Wednesday 20 June
On Animal Corner, Carolyn Press McKenzie has some tips for training dogs with behaviour issues. She'll be back with Chelsea - her case study dog - in a month's time for a progress report. Click here for the Government's dog information.
The Wellington Vintage Machinery Club has just celebrated its 20th anniversary. Peter Blackler shows off his stationary engines and talks about the joy of owning these and maintaining these mighty machines as technology refines itself to a less tangible future.
Nic Vallance from the Department of
Conservation talks about the wildlife, landscapes, surfing, and
walks that make the mighty Waikato a great place to visit.
The man who can escape from a straightjacket while suspended from a burning rope is in to dazzle with his magical prowess. Andre the Magician also chats about Magic in New Zealand, and with his assistant, Hayley, presents close up magic as well as three classic illusions: the trunk illusion; the origami illusion, and sawing a woman in thirds. http://www.andremagic.co.nz
Our tecko Pat Pilcher has some hints and tips for maintaining your computer, freeing up space and generally giving it a tune up so it can perform to its full potential. Pat's website of the week: http://www.youtube.com
Fairgo's Kevin Milne checks in from the
Auckland studio. Tonight: Sandra discovers how Wilson Parking could
park you in; Greg finds out why having a bit of muscle could cost
you with your insurance company; and Erica takes a close look at
bookings fees - what clipping the ticket at concerts is really
costing us. For more details visit www.tvnz.co.nz,
keyword: Fair Go
Music Reviewer Stacey Morrison has the latest top ten countdown and industry goss. Stacey profiles up and coming Aotearoa hip-hop artist, Tyree, and his album "Now or Never". Charts here http://www.rianz.org.nz/rianz/chart.asp
Choreographer Jason Te Patu is back to
shake his patootie to the Bodyjam exercise programme. In the final
session of this six-week programme, Jase is joined by two people
who have followed the Bodyjam programme - and Sarah
Bradley -to show you the moves that are sure to burn off
We catch up with the hilariously funny former "What Now" host Anthony Samuels, who's all grown up but still a great entertainer. He chats about being one of "What Now's" longest-serving presenters, and his memories of the show. http://www.whatnow.tv/
Our celebrity parents panel comprising Pita Sharples, Kerry Prendergast, Anthony Samuels and Astar discuss ways parents can help their children embrace their cultural heritage.
Astar has special recipes from the lovely residents of Invercargill. She cooks Mexican Mince, a meat loaf, and a peppermint slice.