GOOD MORNING. 15/03/2007

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Morning magazine programme.

“It is a very exciting time for netball with the World Championships, a new trans tasman competition announced and the July test series. Netball supstar Silver Fern Irene Van Dyk talks us through it all.
 Swedish Swing Harlem Hotshots are Mattias Lundmark and Hanna Zetterman and they share some dancing tips with Brendon today.    
 Psychic medium Sue Nicholson  form Sensing Murder is back to look at what is in store for us this year.
 Ben Kemp and his band fuse Maori and Japanese culture together in a unique way.
Astar is showing us how to get the St. Patricks day decorations done for the table. 
Autumn is harvest time and chef Anne Morton starts a new series on preserving so we can enjoy those Summer fruits well into the Winter months. 
 Jewellery maker Clementine Ludlow is back to create a stunning yet simple memory wire bracelet that literally remembers the shape of your wrist.
 The Red Cross teach Sarah how to stop bleeding and deal with broken bones.
 We have top legal advice from Bill Bevan on the recent changes to eligibility for legal aid.
 Vicky Vaa from the Citizens Advice Bureau talks about how to handle faulty goods and services.
 To round off the day we have a relaxing mind/body Body Balance exercise session." TVNZ; tvnz.co.nz; 21/03/2007

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Year 2007

Reference number F98256

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Series GOOD MORNING

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 2:00:00

Production company TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND

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Credits Presenter: Sarah Bradley
Presenter: Brendon Pongia

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