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Episode 7 (Mar 25)

Episode 7 (Mar 25)
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Denise L’Estrange Corbet

Born in New Zealand,Denise L'Estrange-Corbet grew up in southwest London where she attended the London College of Fashion, and worked for luxury fashion house Crolla. Returning to New Zealand Denise and Francis Hooper launched WORLD in 1989 - a brand which grew from a tiny High St shop selling badges to one of New Zealand’s biggest fashion labels with 10 stand alone stores around the country.

Denise was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit MNZM (formerly an MBE) in 2002. She is a published author - her autobiography, entitled 'All that Glitters...' was featured in the 2008 Bestsellers List. She has been an ambassador for the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation, and works extensively with the Mental Health Foundation and the Starship Foundation on awareness and fundraising.

Ben Boyce

Writer, presenter, producer and radio DJ Ben Boyce was born in Taranaki, grew up in the Wairarapa and Christchurch before moving to Auckland.

He became a familiar face due to hit TV shows Pulp Sport and WANNA-BEn. He's also written award-winning commercials and parodies.

In 2008 Ben ran for government in the New Zealand General Election. He’s 182cm tall.

Justine Smith

The queen of ad-libbing, Justine is notorious for getting sidetracked -usually to hilarious effect. The award-winning comedian mostly draws her material from everyday life: people in general, turning 40, her stints as a cocktail waitress in Melbourne, and barbs about her hometown of Christchurch - only when she's not performing there of course.

But beware the heckled comedian: while Justine doesn't get much flak from the audience, when she does, she will not hold back: It's open season, mate.

Greg Johnson

Actor Greg Johnson - not to be confused with the Kiwi musician – was born in Woodville. He had a promising career as a young rubgy player, getting into the Manawatu rep side at 13.

Greg has been a courier, a fruit-pruner and a baker’s assistant in the past, but in his late 20s he became a standup comic, before reinventing himself as one of the country’s busiest actors and voice artists. He’s madea bit of a specialty of playing gruff Kiwi blokes which may or may not be a reflection of his true character.

He’s also done loads of theatre - include recent plays about the Rose-Noelle capsize, and ballet-dancing rugby players,and will appear in ATC’s forthcoming The Motor Camp.

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Guests By Episode

Episode 9 (Apr 15)

Episode 9 (Apr 15)

One of our guests trained and worked as a makeup artist before winning the title of Miss World NZ.

Episode 8 (Apr 1)

Episode 8 (Apr 1)

One of our guests is a world class egg catcher and called Paul Henry a "dickhead" on live TV.

Episode 7 (Mar 25)

Episode 7 (Mar 25)

Which of our guests is often mistaken for a well known musican?

Episode 6 (Mar 18)

Episode 6 (Mar 18)

One of our guests is a bogan hero.

Episode 5 (Mar 11)

Episode 5 (Mar 11)

One of our guests is famous for wearing chains.

Episode 4 (Mar 4)

Episode 4 (Mar 4)

Which of our guests recently became an "Adult"?

Episode 3 (Feb 26)

Episode 3 (Feb 26)

One of our guests was 1.89m tall at age 13.

Episode 2 (Feb 19)

Episode 2 (Feb 19)

Did one of our guests jetski naked? Find out here.

Episode 1 (Mar 12)

Episode 1 (Mar 12)

Two well known Westies are among the guests for our first episode.

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