In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 25th November, 2018.
Overlooked and undervalued - the midwife experience
Experienced nurse and midwife Libby Cain joins Trudi Nelson to discuss the ongoing midwife protest.
Three million phones expected to chime
Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management Director, Sarah Stuart-Black explains the live test taking place today between 6-7pm.
RadioLIVE's resident economist Shamubeel Eaqub discusses housing and New Zealand's weak financial market.
John Palino to run for Mayor of Auckland again
Auckland mayoral aspirant John Palino reveals his decision to run for mayor for a third time.
Fight for our forests
Author Paul Bensemann talks his new book, Fight for our forests - the pivotal campaigns that saved New Zealand’s native forests.
The Trust Triangle - build tighter connections at work
Leadership coach Harold Hillman discusses how the three dimensions of trust that can make or break your success.
A Kiwi look into swimming
Author and wild swimming enthusiast Annette Lees talks her new book, Swim.
The ARIA Awards
Music reviewer Paula Yeoman discusses the ARIA Awards in Australia this week.
Presenter Verity Johnson and broadcaster Sean Plunket discuss the teachers strike, housing and the rough sleeping ban.
Town versus Country, Left v Right. Parliament's young guns Chloe Swarbrick from the Greens and National's MP Matt King discuss this week's politics news.
Lee Child reveals new Jack Reacher book
World renowned author of the Jack Reacher novels, Lee Child, talks his new book, Past Tense.
Listen to the interviews above.
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