Wednesday 9 November
Sally Ridge joins us to talk about what life has in store now that she's hit the big 4-0.
Then Nine piece band Zirigidum performs songs from their new self-titled EP, and you could win a copy!
Mountaineer Pat Deavoll joins us to talk about the death-defying accomplishments chronicled in her book, 'Wind from a Distant Summit'.
We delve into startling new findings from the Families Commission which says families that eat together, stay together.
Meanwhile Sarah checks out the annual Pauatahanui Lamb and Calf Day !
Youth worker Darryl Gardiner is in with tips on how to get your teens motivated for exams.
Carolyn Press-McKenzie demonstrates some simple herbal pet remedies to keep your critters in tip-top shape.
Presenter Wallace Chapman goes head to head with Pam Corkery on this week's news stories.
Astar's making Christmas treats: Chocolate & Fruit Christmas Cake, Nutty Macaroons and Mint Balls.
Los Angeles correspondent Nelson Aspen has the latest celebrity gossip.
And Tanya Houpt, Jo Saffioti and Jo Winter from Lifestyle Health and Fitness present Zumba! Members from Lifestyle Health & Fitness enjoy a fantastic party atmosphere, great instructors and the fact that they offer an introduction class so you can learn the moves.
Lifestyle now gives the public the opportunity to try Zumba entry via Gold Coin donation at their Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt Clubs every Wednesday 7.30pm. For more information see the Lifestyle Gym website .