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Wednesday 20 October


Rachel Noble, CEO of Deaf Aoteroa, and Superintendent Andy McGregor discuss a new service being launched by New Zealand Police that means the deaf community can text 111.

Our Inspiring Kiwi is  Jared Noel, who was struck down with cancer at 27, and despite being given merely months to live, is working as a doctor and continuing to study medicine.

We chat with singer/songwriter Emma Paki about her new album, released after a few years without music making.

Guitar virtuoso Paul Ubana Jones teaches us chords in the second of his guitar lessons.

Darren Watson and the Real Deal Blues Band performed ahead of their tour to promote their new albums, and we chat with bluesman Darren.
CD release party dates
Wellington - Ruby Lounge, Thursday 21 October
Auckland - Juice Bar, Saturday 23 October

Avril Ringrose from cityfitness continues her Group Power barbell programme.
- Head to www.cityfitness.co.nz and logon for a free 7 day trial! Check out our group fitness timetables to see when you can try Group Power at cityfitness!

The Parent Panel tackles the issue that plagues many parents - the sexualisation of children. 

Dr Alex Bartle is back to answer common questions about young children and teenagers' sleeping patterns.

Astar has a good yarn with Labour MP Annette King who makes Weetbix loaf, then Astar cooks a chicken and tomato curry.

2009 winner of the prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year award Diane Foreman joins us and talks about this year's competition.

Vet Carolyn Press-Mckenzie is in to talk about how to safely transport an injured pet.

Our man in Hollywood Nelson Aspen has the latest in showbiz news.


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