Home & Garden: In case you missed it

Home & Garden 16/09/2018

In case you missed the show today, here are the best bits from Home & Garden, September 15th & 16th 2018

Delicious Dunedin 

More than a cookbook, Delicious Dunedin documents the stories of Dunedinites present and past, illustrating the impact the city has on New Zealand’s food production and food culture. Christian Kasper and Kelly Lindsay spent eight months collecting recipes and stories from Dunedin’s best chefs, restaurants and cafes. 

Supermarket Sleuth: Fake Manuka, glass bottled milk

Photo: File.

"Supermarket Sleuth" John Winters discusses fake Manuka honey, milk in glass, and the sewing needles found in strawberries sold in Victoria and Queensland.

If you have a question or any feedback for Mr Winters go to our Home & Garden Show page, click on email and send your question.  

From One Mother to Another

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Christina Buckland is from "One Mother To Another", an organisation that provides gift bags to distressed mums and carers who find themselves in either the Children's Acute Assessment Unit or the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Christchurch Hospital. Each pack is filled to the brim with goodies, some items are practical and some are indulgent.

The Queen of Clean

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Best-selling Australian author Shannon Lush is the "Queen of Clean", specialising in helping us all in cleaning and household management.

She joined Tony Murrell to share a few simple cleaning tips.

Great Dixter Vegetable Garden


Author of The Great Dixter Cookbook Aaron Bertelsen is head vegetable gardener and cook at The Great Dixter, an historic house and garden in East Sussex.

He joins Tony Murrell on RadioLIVE's Home & Garden.

Dulux Design and Colour

Every year Dulux conducts extensive research into international interior trends to provide New Zealanders with the latest colour inspiration.

Dulux colour and design specialist Davina Harper talks about how they develop the Colour Forecast each year, and she also shares some of the latest trends for 2019.

Are Apartments affordable

Apartments are secure, low maintenance, and more affordable than a house. So why aren't they a more popular option?

Citysales' Martin Dunn talks the cost of buying an apartment.

Home and Garden with Tony Murrell, 7am - 10am Saturday and Sunday mornings on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.