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Wednesday 21 October

Her new album, 'Holy Smoke' recorded at Hollywood's famous Capitol Studios puts her in the company of such legendary greats as Frank Sinatra and Aretha Franklin. It's hard to believe Gin Wigmore is only 23 - but it's true! The singing sensation is with us for a chat.

John Cocks is best known to TV viewers as 'Cocksy' on TV2's 'My House, My Castle', but he's also been in a raft of other tele shows including 'Celebrity Treasure Island'. Aside from that, he's been a builder for 19 years, so he knows a fair bit about stringing bits of timber together! He's here this morning to teach us how to make an easy herb planter box.

Brought up on a South Island farm Raylee Bradfield is your quintessential kiwi girl. But these days she's ditched the woolshed and gumboots for the recording studio. The talented songstress is in for a chat, and to sing for us!

Also performing on the show is local group Soul Paua - a band with a unique kiwi flavour, who've been selected to play at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver!

Andrew Griffiths had one of the most horrific childhoods you can imagine, but he decided not to let his past define his future. He says many of us live with the limiting belief that the world revolves around ME, and he joins us on he show to dispel what he calls the ME myth.

Green Living advisor Viv Harris is here to teach us how to coach our kids to a more sustainable way of living.

Carolyn Press-McKenzie has news on the release of a very special feathered friend, and the 'Community Max' workers who helped make it possible.

The ever-lovely Astar is in the kitchen and making Mexican Chicken, Tarantino Pizza, and Strawberry delight!

Our favourite consumer crusader Kevin Milne is in with a sneak peek at tonight's episode of Fair Go.

They're fascinating and they're only found in New Zealand! DOC's Nic Vallance is here to tell us all about Tuataras and to introduce us to the newest member of Auckland Zoo's family.

To mark international Grandparents week next week, the 'Grandparent's Raising Grandchildren Trust' is holding its first national conference in Auckland. Today, our Grandparent's Panel Kim Blake, Margaret Pearson, Sally Kabak, Barbara Jeffries, and Diane Levy are in to discuss one of the topics on the conference agenda - supporting kids though angry and upset feelings. 

And it's time to get yourself onto your feet, because Sara Scott's here to help us 'Shake the Fat'!