In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson for Sunday, June 17th, 2018.
The “Trade War” we’ve been fearing, is about to begin.
NZ International Business Forum executive director Stephen Jacobi spoke with Trudi Nelson.
The Political Panel with Chris Trotter & Rodney Hide
Trudi Nelson is joined by Chris Trotter and Rodney Hide to discuss the week's political news.
Mr Hide is the former Act leader and Associate Minister of Commerce, and Mr Trotter is a left-leaning political commentator.
Big summits, war games and North Korea's denuclearisation
Defence and Security studies senior lecturer at Massey University, Dr Mark Lanteigne joins Trudi Nelson.
Dr Lanteigne looks at the current state of negotiations between North and South Korea, the prospect of Denuclearisation and has a look back at other big summits in history.
The business of change
Mike Pollok, the managing director of Ricoh NZ joins Trudi to look at his new book The Business of Change.
Mr Pollok discusses how NZ organisations can survive and thrive, despite digital disruptions.
Looking for odd jobs?
Brittany Earl, the co-founder of Joblist.co.nz joins Weekend Life to discuss her new start-up that is changing the way we search for jobs in New Zealand.
Ms Earl discusses where Joblist.co.nz came from, and the concept of the site; that you can list odd jobs with a payment, and have someone come and complete them without hassle.
World Elder Abuse Day
Janette Turner, manager of Age Concern joins Trudi Nelson to discuss World Elder Abuse Day, which kicks off on Friday 15th June.
Ms Turner discuss the importance of the event, and of elderly awareness as a whole.
Short documentaries find new platform
The project manager and producer of Loading Docs joins Weekend Life.
Nia Phipps takes a look at the new initiative launched to produce short documentaries that captivate and inspire audiences.
She provides insight regarding the importance of short pieces, and how this online platform is changing the game.
Big shows coming our way?
Music aficionado Paula Yeoman joins Trudi Nelson to take a look at what’s the go in music.
This week, Paula gives us a taste of what big acts will be heading to our shores very soon.
Tea for Two with Nicky Hager
Investigative journalist, author and simply controversial public figure Nicky Hager joins Trudi Nelson.
Mr Hager is back in the news this week, after a settlement was finally reached in regards to the 2015 search of his home.
However, Mr Hager covers everything from education to relationships, to the home he built himself.
Listen to the interviews above.
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