Kids: An Instruction Manual with Nigel Latta

How often have you wished kids came with an instruction manual? Well, Nigel Latta is returning to deliver what every parent has always wanted…a cutting edge, science based, easy to understand guide to solving problems in families. Made with the support of NZ On Air.

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    Season 1, Episode 1
    • Monday 14 Sep

    G Rebekah and Larry's different parenting styles are causing tension within their family. Rebekah favours a laid-back approach, while Larry is very much about discipline. Do they have to pick a side or is the real solution a more reasoned middle ground?

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      • Monday 14 Sep

      G Rebekah and Larry's different parenting styles are causing tension within their family. Rebekah favours a laid-back approach, while Larry is very much about discipline. Do they have to pick a side or is the real solution a more reasoned middle ground?

      • Monday 21 Sep

      G Many parents struggle with worries around children's 'anxiety' - but how do you know what's normal and what's an actual problem? Will the instruction manual's three simple golden rules be able to help untangle everyone's worries and concerns?

      • Monday 28 Sep

      G Following instructions is not Matthew's strong suit. Why is everything a battle with this bright and engaging young boy? Is there a way to develop more cooperation at home?

      • Monday 5 Oct

      G Kieran and Jean love their daughter Olive a lot - so much so that it actually hurts them to hear her crying. All of this has come to a head around sleeping. Can Nigel help these parents to finally get a better night's rest for everyone?

      • Monday 12 Oct

      G Amy and Ed are a typical Kiwi family, struggling with a typical family issue - screen time. Can Nigel help them achieve some kind of balance where everyone's happy? Is such a thing even possible in the modern world?

      • Monday 19 Oct

      G Series Final. Like many single parents, Bronwyn is worried she isn't doing a very good job. But is she really as bad as she thinks she is? Can Nigel help Bronwyn to feel better about her parenting?