On the HYUNDAI CODE couch tomorrow night, Jenny-May Coffin, Glen Osborne, Karl Te Nana and Wairangi Koopu are joined by former Kiwi’s coach Blue McClennan in the lead up to the ANZAC test on Friday night.
Awen Guttenbeil and Ruben Wiki will be over in Queensland with the Kiwi’s trying to convince them they’re there to work, Awen as a commentator and Ruben as the team’s trainer.
World women’s welterweight champion boxer Daniella Smith and top New Zealand BMX rider Trent Woodcock will be in for a chat. Smith is currently preparing for her next boxing challenge – heading to Johannesburg in June to defend her world title.
HYUNDAI CODE will also feature the Smith whanau from Gisborne who travel the country with their four children, all of whom represent New Zealand in BMX.
The second week of the Mana Shield gets underway with the Brofessionals and the Fressionals going head to head in an athletics competition. But of course in true HYUNDAI CODE style this is no ordinary athletics competition with a twist involving wearing flippers during a high jump.
Tune in tomorrow night from 8.30pm to see which duo will be subject to this week’s consequence of drinking a Fear Factor-style cocktail of kai blended into a milkshake – with ingredients including animal eyeballs, intestines and testicles, hot chillies and off milk.
HYUNDAI CODE viewers will be treated to the sweet sound of reggae/soul musician Ria Hall, live in the studio, with her conscious and passionate music and lyrics. Her performance is also a preview this year’s Pao Pao Pao for Otautahi concert at Pipitea Marae, Wellington later this month – which this year is sending all proceeds to the Christchurch Relief Fund.