Wednesday 24 June
Vet Viv Harris is in with some first-aid tips
and advice for animal emergencies.
Environmental commentator Dave Hansford examines New Zealander's use and abuse of fresh water. Do you take this precious resource for granted?
Astar is embracing Jewish food this week on Good Morning! She's making goldene yoich, cholent and lekant - tune in to find out what they are and how to make them!
Ben Lakomy from the Wellington SPCA is here with Tricolore the rooster, the plucky chook who found fame during Saturday's All Black vs France match in the capital.
Anthony Gallagher from Dunbar Sloane is in today to show us some affordable antiques that are often up for sale at auctions. If you'd like Anthony to assess your antiques, click here to send us your details.
Can the division of parental labour ever be fair? Or does someone always end up doing more? Is this necessarily a bad thing? We welcome parenting panel Nadine Millar, Roseanne Leota, Nick Tansley and Te Rau Kupenga to discuss the issue!
Hannah Wallis from Fair Go is in with a sneaky peek at what's on the show tonight.
Gadget guy Adam Brown reviews netbooks and Ultra Small Form Factor laptops.
Sara Scott from Arena Fitness in Porirua is here to Shake the
Most politicians try to avoid selling out. Not Maori Party co-leader Tariana Turia, though! She's hoping to get a good price on a TradeMe auction to help some rising stars on the local basketball scene. One of them is Te Aro Pairama-Lewington. He and Tariana are here to tell us about the fundraising bid.
If you'd like to make a donation to help out the Pairama-Lewington Brothers, you can make a bank deposit:
Account Name: Pairama-Lewington Brothers Trust
Account Number: 38-9009-0416433-00
Writer and actor Michael Galvin is on the move from the operating theatre of Shortland Street, to the Herald Theatre in Auckland. He's performing in a darkly funny new play there called Station to Station and he's in the studio for a chat.