In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 29th July.
National Party Conference
Winston Peters was asked if he could work in a Coalition Government with National Party Leader Simon Bridges, responding with “the jackals will be coming for him”.
Newshub political editor Tova O'Brien joins Trudi Nelson on day two of the 82nd National Party conference.
Imran Khan declares victory
Alexander Gillespie, Professor of Law at University of Waikato talks with Trudi Nelson about Imran Khan, former world cup cricket captain who is set to become Pakistan's next Prime Minister.
Khan says he is going to run Pakistan in a way it's never been run before, but what does this mean?
The drug foundation survey shows two thirds support decriminalisation or legalisation of cannabis, attitudes have been changing over many years.
Shamubeel Eaqub, our resident economist joins Trudi Nelson for all your money matters.
Political Panel: Trish Sherson & Mike Williams
Trudi Nelson is joined by Trish Sherson, PR Consultant and Mike Williams, former Labour Party president to discuss the week's political news.
The National Party conference, Winston in charge for one more week, Imran Khan and domestic violence leave.
With one from the left and one from the right, what will they agree on?
Girl Boss Awards
At just 19 years old, Alexia Hillbertidou runs GirlBoss - a social enterprise which encourages young women to become leaders in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
She joins Trudi Nelson to discuss working with NASA, her visit to Buckingham Palace and her Girl Boss story.
Connection: How to do it better?
Leadership expert Harold Hillman talks with Trudi Nelson about how to have better connection or bond with someone.
If you have a broken connection with another person in your life, there are things you can do to make that connection tighter.
Globetrotting on a Shoestring
Authour Lynley Smith joins Trudi Nelson to discuss her book Globetrotting on a Shoesting, an intrepid travelers delightful odyssey.
She taks about her most exhilarting moment, and where her sense of adnevture came from.
Instrumentals - are they back in fashion?
Paula Yeoman our resident music reviewer joins Trudi Nelson to explain why she thinks instrumentals should make a comeback.
Listen out for her favourite one - can you spot it without any words?
“Tea for Two” - Brendan Dugan
Brendan Dugan - the legend - 50 years from new faces to grand ole opry & back joins Trudi Nelson.
He shares how country music took a hold of him, when he realised he had a great voice and what the future holds.
Listen to the interviews above.
Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson, 10am-2pm Sunday on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.