Wednesday 24 February
We catch up with Shortland Street star Faye Smythe . For her role as Tania Jeffries she's earned herself a nomination for Sexiest Woman in this year's TV Guide Best on the Box.
We speak to Ray Avery , inventor of medical devices that save the sight and lives of millions of the world's poor, the second of our Air NZ Holiday Inspiring Kiwis. He was recently named New Zealander of the Year 2010.
We meet a super senior with a good few yarns to tell. John De Lautour is an 81-year-old bikie with a lot left in the tank yet!
The Parent Panel debates when and how is the right time to tell your child about the birds and the bees with advice from YrChoice general manager Andrew Nimick.
Astar continues to demonstrate the versatility of vegetables. This time she's cooking with zucchini.
3, 2, 1, blast off! Practical Parenting guide Kerryn Palmer shows us how to make safe rockets, bubble bombs and volcanos - the wonders of baking soda!
Antiques expert Antony Gallagher is back this week with some beautiful examples from the ever popular Royal Doulton China collection.
Our resident vet Viv Harris returns to Good Morning with a special series covering a check list of regular indicators of good health for our pets. This week she looks at some of the important routine treatments for dogs.
It's a duet between man and machine - we meet French performers Philippe Priasso and Eric Lamy whose show Transports Exceptionnels is set to wow audiences at the NZ International Arts Festival.
We talk to author Marisa Garau , whose new book, From Stress to Strength, is just hitting bookshelves.