Andrew Dickens Sunday Cafe
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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: The Last Hours, Ali
Joan MacKenzie of Whitcoulls joins Andrew Dickens to discuss her picks of the latest book releases, including The Last Hours by Minette Walters, and Ali by Jonathan...
Peter Griffin: Will a Labour-led government look at technology differently?
Peter Griffin joined Andrew Dickens to talk about what the new government might mean for the world of tech. He reckons while the outgoing National government may...
Hugh MacDonald: Kiwi film-maker talks his latest project 'No Ordinary Sheila'
One of New Zealand's greatest film-makers, Hugh MacDonald, joined Andrew Dickens this morning. You might not instantly know his name, but his biggest film was seen...
The Panel: Karl du Fresne and Anne Gibson
We’ve got columnist, blogger, former newspaper editor Karl du Fresne and NZ Herald Property Editor Anne Gibson on the Panel today. The new government has talked...
Andrew Dickens: Would decriminalising cannabis make it safer?
So we have a new Labour-led government and while they keep saying they will release policy soon their coalition partners keep letting details out. Winston Peters,...
'Beneath the Black' doco sheds light on NZ rugby obsession
It's been another year in which the rugby has had a hold over the country, with the Lions Tour and another Bledisloe victory - even after last night's loss. James...
Megan Singleton: Palm Springs and San Andreas
Megan is in Palm Springs to run a media training event and to attend the fall preview of Modernism Week. She's just been jeep riding at the San Andreas fault had...
In the garden with Jacque Tucker: My top tomato tips
Yes, every Labour weekend I get excited because it’s tomato planting time. For most of us the danger of frost has passed, soil and air temperatures are warmer and...
Mike Van de Elzen: Meringue chocolate cake
Why is October 22nd such a good day? Because its my Birthday! 21 years old again. So I thought there is no better day than do a recipe for a birthday cake. The...
Dominic Corry: Weinstein, Waru and Mindhunter
Entertainment correspondent joins Andrew Dickens to talk about the latest in the ongoing Weinstein affair. There have been a raft of accusations followed by swift...
Jason Bonham: The Led Zeppelin Experience
Jason Bonham is the son of legendary drummer John Bonham, who gave the rock band Led Zeppelin so much of the propulsive power. His tribute to his father's band,...
Joan's Picks: How Hard Can it Be, Munich
Joan MacKenzie of Whitcoulls joins Andrew Dickens this week to share her picks of the latest book releases, including How Hard can it Be by Allison Pearson, and...
Dealing with the frustration of coalition talks dragging on
Newstalk ZB politics editor Barry Soper joins Andrew Dickens to discuss the ongoing coalition talks between Winston Peters' New Zealand First and Labour and National...
Megan Singleton: Videos from my trip to Vanuatu
Megan Singleton has been in Vanuatu for her third visit. This time, she made some videos as more and more of us are looking for new places to visit in the South...
In the Garden with Jacque Tucker: Bring on the Birds
Controversy, fierce competition, skulduggery and fraudulent voting – who knew that the NZ Bird of the Year competition would be more exciting than the general election?! ...
Mike Van de Elzen: Chicken jerky
I've just spent a week working on new beef jerky flavours for a new Good from Scratch product, using the wonderful Green Meadows beef. I have never really been...
Kiwi icon Sharon O'Neill to be inducted into the NZ Music Hall of Fame
Kiwi music icon Sharon O'Neill is set to receive the legacy award at this year's Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards, and will inducted into the Hall of Fame. She...
Joan's Picks: Origin, Chasing the Cup
Joan Mackenzie of Whitcoulls joins Andrew Dickens to discuss her latest books, including Origin by Dan Brown, and Chasing the Cup by Jimmy Spithill.
The Panel: Liam Hehir and Laila Harre
Andrew Dickens is joined on the panel this morning by columnist Liam Hehir and former Alliance leader Laila Harre to discuss coalition government talks. LISTEN...
Megan Singleton: Ha Long Bay
Travel correspondent Megan Singleton has just returned from a trip to Ha Long Bay in Vietnam, and she joined Andrew Dickens to share her experiences. LISTEN TO...
Celebrated writer Robert Harris on his new book Munich
In 1938, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain flew to the German city of Munich in an attempt to stop war breaking out. The resulting peace deal over Czechoslovakia...
Assault, harassment allegations haunt Hollywood mogul
Entertainment correspondent Dom Corry joins Andrew Dickens to discuss the sexual assault and harrasment allegations against major Hollywood mogul and producer Harvey...
Audrey Young: Politics Roundup
New Zealand Herald politics editor Audrey Young joins Andrew Dickens to analyse the first round of coalition talks and who Winston Peters' New Zealand First Party...
Brad Smeele: 'We have to remind ourselves what's real'
Three years ago, wakeboarder Brad Smeele broke his neck in an accident which left him quadriplegic. Earlier this year, as he was about to undergo an extended stay...
Nicola Willis: Out of parliament after two weeks
With the special votes counted, former adviser to Prime Minister John Key Nicola Willis is out of parliament. She couldn't beat Labour's Grant Robertson in Wellington...