Wednesday 26 May
For many Kiwi teens, an unplanned pregnancy can signal the end of formal education. This weeks Air New Zealand Holidays Inspiring Kiwi is a woman who tackled this discrimination head-on when she when she established a school for teenage parents in 1995. Since then, He Huarahi Tamariki has helped hundreds of students to complete their schooling. We welcome founder Susan Baragwanath and past student and Victoria University post-grad student Helen Woolner.
Good Morning is helping celebrate 50 years of television in New Zealand - and who better to do that with than the people who've helped make our own show a success. We welcome the return of former hosts Mary Lambie, Liz Gunn, Jacqui Hudson and Laurel Watson.
We check in for our regular dose of Hollywood, with entertainment correspondent Nelson Aspen!
The lovely Astar is in the kitchen with recipes inspired by the new film It's Complicated. Don't miss chocolate cake, apple pie and something different - maple-thyme pork chops.
Had some cat-astrophes recently? What do you do when your moggy destroys your furniture? Carolyn Press-McKenzie joins me to discuss what you can do about it.
We find out what's coming up on Fair Go tonight from Kevin Milne.
For generations New Zealanders have borrowed books from the local library free of charge. But could this wonderful service be under threat? We welcome Bob McKee from the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals.
Our next guest hails from the wild West Coast! We welcome Kiwi musician Mel Parsons .
Accessories from the turn of the century were very different from those that adorn us now. Here to show us some examples is Dunbar Sloane's Anthony Gallagher.
Andrew Smith from Cityfitness is back! Today we're lifting the heart rate with some multi-joint exercises!