Andrew Dickens Sunday Cafe
9AM - 12PMSun
ANDREW DICKENS’ SUNDAY CAFÉ
Settle into your Sundays in style
This is the show that delivers a little bit of everything. News, opinion, analysis, lifestyle and entertainment – your Sunday morning listening is completely covered.
With decades of broadcasting experience behind him, Andrew has worked around the world across multiple radio genres.
His bold, sharp and energetic approach is always informative and entertaining.
Joan's Picks: Kill the father and Drawn out
Joan Mckenzie brings her picks to top your reading list. FICTION Kill the Fatherby Sandrone DazieriA translated thriller. A damaged detective story set against...
Megan Singleton: Five years of seeing the world with Andrew
Megan Singleton, Blogger at Large, on her five years touring the world and reporting for the Sunday Cafe
The Panel: Morgan Godfery and Frances Cook on their highlights of 2017
Morgan Godfery and Frances Cook join the panel to share their highlights of 2017
Brendan O'Carroll: Mrs Brown and her Boys on coming back to Auckland with a new stage show
The Comedian famous for his drag act Dublin matriarch, Agnes Brown, on his influences and how New Zealand has adopted his family
Jaque Tucker: Garden cheats for Christmas guests
Jaque Tucker teaches the art of distraction. How to tart up your garden and still have time to entertain friends and family.
Mike van de Elzen: Sweet charred strawberries with a nectar sabayon
Serves 4 Prep/cooking time: 25 mins Ingredients 300g red strawberries, stalks removed and cut in half 2 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar 2/3 cup Te...
Claire Trevett: Looking ahead to politics 2018
Andrew Dickens talks politics with The Herald's Claire Trevett as she gives her predictions on what's in store for the coalition government in the coming year.
Marlon Williams: Lyttelton singer on future folk and opening for Bruce Springsteen
After a whirlwind two years, the New Zealand folk singer talks to Andrew Dickens on opening for Bruce Springsteen and preparing to drop his new album Make Way for Love
Neil Oliver: the seafaring Scottish archaeologist on the latest series of Coast New Zealand
Andrew Dickens talks to the man with the most beautiful accent and hair on television, Archaeologist Neil Oliver, about the latest series of Coast New Zealand
Nicky Campbell: New TV show Long Lost Family
Scottish radio and television presenter and journalist Nicky Campbell joined Andrew Dickens to talk about his new season of TV show Long Lost Family. The show deals...
The Panel: Would you buy into Bitcoin?
Shane Te Pou and Laila Harre join Andrew Dickens to discuss the big issues of the day. On the agenda – A new poll out on TVNZ’s Q and A, shows National ahead, Jacinda...
Joan's Picks: Force of Nature and Leonardo da Vinci
Joan MacKenzie of Whitcoulls joins Andrew Dickens to discuss two great Christmas stocking book ideas, including Force of Nature by Jane Harper, and Leonardo da Vinci...
Megan Singleton: Touring South America
Megan Singleton has organised a trip for up to 14 people to go to South America next year as part of her latest tour. The trip will start in Buenos Aires, Iguacu...
Todd Hoffman: Prospecting for gold
Season 8 of Goldrush is about to launch on Discovery Channel and star of the show Todd Hoffman speaks about how he got into it and the gold mining business itself. LISTEN...
Jacque Tucker: Tips for the big dry
LISTEN ABOVE AS JACQUE TUCKER SPEAKS WITH ANDREW DICKENS ABOUT HOW TO KEEP YOUR GARDEN FLOURISHING IN THE HEAT IN THE GARDEN with Jacque Tucker Beat the early...
Michael Van de Elzen: Christmas rolled pork
Rolled pork roast or pork belly is a great go to at this time of the year its affordable, its a handy alternative to the Christmas ham and its relatively easy to...
Audrey Young: Good news for both main parties in latest poll
New Zealand First is the only party with nothing to crow about, in first political poll since the election. The survey for TVNZ's Q&A programme shows Labour up...
Kimbra: Primal heart
KIMBRA SPEAKS WITH ANDREW DICKENS ABOUT HER NEW ALBUM DROPPING SOON AND LIFE SINCE CRACKING THE BIG TIME
Jonathan Densem: I'm saying it now
25 years in the writing and a year in the recording, Canterbury singer, composer, musician and teacher Jonathan Densem will officially launch his album 'I’M SAYING...
Joan's Picks: The Midnight Line and Working Class Man
Joan MacKenzie of Whitcoulls joins Andrew Dickens to discuss her favourites new books, including The Midnight Line by Lee Child and Working Class Man by Jimmy Barnes
Megan Singleton: Auckland Flower and Garden Show
Megan Simpleton normally travels quite far and wide, but this week she is sticking a bit closer to home by visiting the Flower and Garden Show in Auckland. Check...
Jacque Tucker: The Sneezy Season
IN THE GARDEN with Jacque Tucker – The Sneezy Season Been sneezing a bit lately? You’re not alone. At this time of year up to a quarter of New Zealanders are affected...
Michael Van de Elzen: The modern salmon roll
This week we are talking Parties! Xmas parties, work parties, school parties or just catching up with friends before the end of the year. So let me share with you...
Questions over how Todd Barclay spent his last months in parliament
Questions are being raised over whether Todd Barclay deserves his MP salary after effectively quitting in June. Since losing the election, he's gone on a two month...
Maori singer slams Don Brash, talks importance of Te Reo
Acclaimed songwriter, composer and performer Rob Ruha is back with his latest album. Survivance, out now, is the result fo Ruha's latest collaboration, Rob Ruha...