The Living Room March 28

There’s a lot in store on The Living Room this week.

TRAVEL WITH CHRIS BROWN: KINABATANGAN RIVER CRUISE

Chris explores one of the most ecologically diverse places on the planet: Borneo’s Kinabatangan River.  This is one of the only places on earth where you will find 10 different primates living together.  How many of these little guys will Chris discover?  More importantly, can he track down one of the rarest animals in the world, the pygmy elephant?  Along the way, he makes a bet with his guide that he may just live to regret.

WOW HOUSE WITH BARRY DU BOIS: BLUESCOPE

Barry discovers Australia’s most unique beach house on the northern Queensland coast. The Drew house, otherwise known as The Pods, is a two bedroom holiday house built to represent the old-fashioned campsite on the beach. With locals referring to it as “the plane wreck” due to its unusual structure, it definitely challenges mainstream ideas of what a house should be.

MIND AND BODY WITH LEANNE HALL: THREE SURPRISINGLY BAD FOODS FOR KIDS

You might be surprised to discover that some of the foods you regularly put in your kids’ lunchboxes are doing more harm than good. Through a series of experiments, Leanne reveals to a group of mums just how much salt, sugar and fat is hidden in three of the most popular lunchbox snacks. How well are you feeding your kids?

FOOD WITH MIGUEL MAESTRE: THREE FOODS YOUR KIDS SHOULD EAT

After revealing the unhealthy truth behind our kids’ favourite snacks, Leanne tasks Miguel with creating two healthy recipes active kids will love. Getting creative with popcorn, yoghurt and dark chocolate, Miguel heads to tennis camp to trial his creations on Australia’s up and coming sport stars. Will it be a double fault? Or could it be the perfect serve?

7:30 PM Friday on Ten