Today it's the thrill of the rummage! Kellynmeets three different ladies with three different obsessions inretro fashion and style. Touring a rummage and antique market, she stops by stalls with names like 'The Posh Poodle',and tries on dresses, hats and colourful accessories. Colourful is right especially for one stall owner who collects 1940s Australian fashion. We sense the fascination with this colourful period of Aussie fashion history, and what made us different!
Today Alex helps immerse us all in Bollywood! He's quite a sport as he tries to fit in and crashlearn the intricacies of semiclassical Bollywood dance. Graceful and intense instructors advise him of the multiple moves of various parts of the body required for this joyful and sensual dance. Head movement and even eye and finger movements are integral for the lively expressions to be projected. What a workout!
Duane interviews Dr Andrew Vermeulen, head of a 24hour veterinary care clinic.from Percy the threelegged lizard, to Piglet the parrot in for his annual health checkup these professionals in pet care nurse all back to health. Every pet is precious, and as their owners we are their 'voice', supplying love and care always.
Today with Emma, we get a look and insight into the Chinese Crested dog. Habitual winners of 'freaky breed contests', this breed truly is winning and brings a lot more than meets the eye. As breeder Christine Faint says,Chinese Crested dogs are natural clowns who really bring you a smile. Plus, they're loving lap dogs!
Today Kellyn talks to two hula hoop performers, Rachael Gibson and Abby Kelso. Inspired by circus performers they'd seen, it's easy to see why as the athletic dexterity skills of these ladies can't be contained in just three rings! A fun and inspiring lesson, not to mention the ultimate total body workout!
Join a dance class and learn how to dance Bollywood style
Meet a vet who takes care of some unusual pets.
Join two hula hoop performers and find out how it's done.
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