Wednesday 31 August
We catch up with Sonia Gray and Kevin Milne, hosts of new documentary series " What Would You Do? ", sharing stories of those whose lives have changed after a big Lotto win!
Fashion editor Carolyn Enting is in with news on the latest runway looks from New Zealand Fashion Week.
Author and culinary whiz Alexa Johnston is in talking about her newest book, " What's for Pudding? ", and whipping up a sweet Coconut Blancmange! Plus she'll be giving away three copies of her book - tune in to win.
For details of Alexa's book tour, see the Penguin website .
We sit down with Brent Laurenson to talk about " The Ripple Effect ", a DVD created after the death of his son, to encourage teenagers to think before they get behind the wheel.
Killing them with kindness - Wellington vet Kether Gati shares his expertise on how we can stop our pets from becoming obese.
We speak with Lower Hutt school teacher Julie-Ann Kamal about her efforts in India working with underprivileged children.
Youth worker Darryl Gardiner has advice on how you can foster competitive children, without being overbearing.
Astar's baking something sweet and delicious, a Scotch Black Bun Fruit Cake!
Pam Corkery goes head to head with Backbenches presenter Wallace Chapman on this week's top news stories.
Gossip guru Nelson Aspen is in with our latest dose of Hollywood news.
And tune in for a whole body workout with Carla Beazley and the team from Zumba Tauranga! See the Zumba Tauranga website for more information.