Wednesday 8 August
Go Girls star Bronwyn Turei is in to serenade us as part of the Indie pop band trio that is Katie Scott and the Miss T's.
Then we're going a little bit country with singer/songwriter Craig Adams who has countless accolades to his name.
Your teenage daughter has just told you she's pregnant and is
keeping the baby. What now? We get advice from Youth Worker
Darryl Gardiner and hear from three young mothers
who are continuing with their education.
Auckland University Lecturer Ngarino Ellis is in talk about ta moko (traditional Maori tattoo) and its resurgence amongst Maori women.
We talk to Kip Chapman and Simon
London about Silo Theatre's 'The Pride' which opens at
Auckland's Herald Theatre on Friday. It's described as a thoroughly
grown up play that examines society's changing attitudes towards
love and sexuality over the last half century.
Café Hanoi's Jason Van Dorsten is in with some delicious Vietnamese dishes. Try your hand at Chicken Skewers, Chicken Noodle Soup (Pho Ga) and Celery and Cabbage Salad. http://www.cafehanoi.co.nz/
The SPCA's Matt Dingle is in with some cute
animals that are up for adoption and he has advice on what to do if
your pet goes missing.
We're counting the cost of divorce or separation. Amanda
Morrall looks at the financial implications for couples
when relationships break down.
Lynda Hallinan is at Kings Plant Barn and she
says even though it's still technically winter, it's time to start
sowing your summer crops! Lynda will show you how it's done.
When it comes to supermarket shopping and young children your
first instinct is probably DON'T DO IT! But that is a luxury few
people have. Jenny Hale from The Parenting Place
has some strategies to help you survive the trip.
Penny Aston is in with all the latest
There's Simon's Cat and don't forget to vote in our Fluffy Pet Photo Competition.