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Wednesday 7 November

Find out what happened when Jeanette and her bug-mad daughter headed off to Tiritiri Matangi.

Sisters Madeleine and Anna Pierard are performing the roles of sisters in Auckland Opera Studio's production of Mozart's opera Cosi fan Tutte. They perform two duets from the opera for us.

We've got folk grunge tunes from enigmatic singer song-writer Plum Green.

Have you noticed that your nose has started itching? You have red, itchy eyes and can't stop sneezing? It's hay fever season and Dr Frances Pitsilis is here to deal to seasonal allergies. Dr Frances is taking your health questions, too. You can call her on 0800 888 255 or email

Mike King and Chief Coroner Judge Neil MacLean are with us to talk about the distressing spike in New Zealand's youth suicide rates and to share ideas on what we as a community could be doing to help.
Suicide Prevention Information NZ (SPINZ):
The Raid Movement, Northland teenagers tackling youth suicide: and on Facebook
Depression helpline: 0800 111 757 or
Youthline: 0800 376 633.
0800 NO BULLY: 0800 662 855.
Lifeline: (09) 437 5055.
Women's Refuge: (09) 437 2127.
Supporting Families: (09) 430 3844.

Sachie Nomura from Sachie's Kitchen has some delicious ethnic recipes for you to try. On the menu - Kaffir Lime Chicken with Stir fried Kai Larm, followed by Japanese Potato Salad and finish with Fried Rice in Lotus Leaf Vietnamese Style. Yum!

There's still time to do your bit for the SPCA. It's appeal week so keep an eye out for collectors this coming Friday, Saturday and Sunday. SPCA Inspector Matt Dingle is here to tell us more.

Youth Worker Darryl Gardiner and former Detective Inspector Graham Bell have advice on what to do if your teenager is arrested.

Money can be a source of tension in a partnership but it can also cause problems between friends. Sorted's David Kneebone navigates the tricky territory that is friends and finance.

Summer is fast approaching and that could mean more bad guys cruising your neighbourhood looking for unattended homes to burgle. Former Detective Inspector Graham Bell joins us to talk about how a burglar thinks and operates. It could help to prevent your home from being targeted.

What do you do when you notice your toddler is starting to tell tall tales? Andrea Stringer from The Parenting Place has strategies for getting your children to realise it's a good thing to tell the truth.

And, Penny Ashton has all the latest gossip.