Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday

Weekend Life 18/11/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 18th November, 2018.

Brexit complications

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Associate professor at Massey University, Grant Duncan discusses Britain’s political chaos over Brexit.

Sports analysis


Newshub sport specialist Brad Lewis discusses the latest Rugby match between Ireland and the All Blacks. 

Money Matters

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RadioLive’s resident economist, Shamubeel Eaqub explains the latest New Zealand’s economy this week.

The Political Panel

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Broadcaster Mary Lambie and President of the First Union Robert Reid join Trudi Nelson to discuss this week's politics.

Birds of New Zealand

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Author Geoff Norman discusses his book Bird Stories, A History of the Birds of New Zealand.

Cycling Taiwan

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Cyclist Duncan Wilson relays his experience of cycling through Taiwan.

Mental Health awareness walk

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Rhys Nicholas joins Trudi Nelson to discuss psychosis and raising awareness of mental health issues.

They also take a look at his new book Walking the length of New Zealand.

Sunday music review

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Music Reviewer Nicole Thomas joins Trudi Nelson to talk the Spice Girls Reunion tour 2019 and Friday jams at Western Springs.

MITCHELL & MITCHELL - A Father & Son Art Legacy

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Author Peter Alsop discusses his new book Mitchell & Mitchell.

Bookabach report reveals nostalgia tourism on the rise

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Communications manager at Bookabach, Simone McDermid joins Trudi Nelson to discuss how Kiwi travellers are preparing for a season of memory making with nostalgia tourism.

The Vineyards of Cental Otago

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Wine writer Viv Milsom, talks her new book The Vineyards of Central Otago.

Listen to the interviews above.

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