Wednesday 28 September
What is the true story behind the Mt Erebus disaster? We sit down with author and presenter Paul Holmes to find out. Plus tune in to win your own copy of 'The Daughters of Erebus'!
We check out up and coming fashion designer Emily Menzies' award-winning dress, made entirely out of toilet paper!
Two performers in the current play showing at Wellington's Circa Theatre He Reo Aroha , perform on Good Morning. It plays for the next three nights at Circa starting at 6pm.
We talk to Richard Aston, CEO of the Big Buddy programme, and inspiring initiative that ensures fatherless children can spend time with a father figure for two hours every week!
Astar's in the kitchen with a Five Spice Duck Salad, Pan Fried Duck Breast with Honey Ginger Sauce, and Potato with Asparagus and Snow Pea Salad.
Prepare for cuteness overload! Animal welfare inspector Ben Lakomy is in to talk about how to take care of baby animals in the spring.
Youth worker Darryl Gardiner is in with tips on how to stop conflict escalating with your teen.
Pam Corkery goes head to head with Backbenches presenter Wallace Chapman in our Midweeker.
Los Angeles correspondent Nelson Aspen beams in with the latest Hollywood gossip.
And Ben Montague puts us through our paces in kickboxing for girls! Lifestyle Health & Fitness Clubs are located in both Lower Hutt, Upper Hutt and Wellington Central. Lifestyle offers a great range of classes and fitness programme. For more details check out their website.