Wednesday 28 November
Matai and Astar are live in
Wellington for the world premiere of The Hobbit.
For just the third time in New Zealand, you the public have
voted for the most striking and engaging magazines covers of the
year - and we've got Jude Dobson, one of the
judges, in to announce the winners of the 2012 Maggie Awards.
Singer Songwriter Sam Allen writes from the
heart, his unique acoustic pop/rock sound remains true to the kiwi
tradition. Sam performs two of his original numbers "Assurance" and
"Speak to Me".
Hobbits, hippos and Heavenly Creatures ... we take a look back at Peter Jackson's film making beginnings with Irene Gardiner from NZ on Screen and The Peter Jackson Collection. http://nzonscreen.createsend1.com/t/r-l-kuiuydy-mukjtiir-d/
Food Blogger Delaney Mes is in with a delicious
Broccoli and Brown Rice Salad, Chilli and Lime Chicken Thighs and
top that off with a scrumptious White chocolate, Rhubarb and
Kittens, there are a lot of them about at the moment. And quite
a few that need a little tender loving care. Matt
Dingle from the SPCA is talking today about what it takes
to foster a furry bundle of love.
Rebecca Gibson, Community Ranger with the
Department of Conservation is with us to talk about some of the
spectacular walking tracks that New Zealand is blessed with.
It's almost time for another year to click over, when we start
thinking about goals and resolutions... and then we forget about
them. Achievement Expert Tom O'Neil is here to
share with us some handy tips for goal GETTING, not just Goal
Youth Worker Darryl Gardiner discusses everything you need to know about teens and therapists... from tell-tale signs they could benefit from counselling to making the most of the sessions. http://www.youthline.co.nz/
Heather Tait is at Kings Plant Barn with tips
on getting your garden weed-free for the festive season. She also
has plant gift ideas for Christmas.
Getting ready in the morning can be a challenge many households
face on a daily basis. Children not co-operating, parents yelling
and eveyone running late. Jenny Hale has some wise
words to help make your mornings go more smoothly.
And Penny Ashton has all the latest