Saturday Morning with Jack Tame
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SATURDAY MORNINGS WITH JACK TAME
The only way to start your weekend!
Jack Tame is a media juggernaut who shows no sign of slowing down.
Not only does he host his own radio show, Jack also co-host's TVNZ's Breakfast.
He’s spent 5 years in New York where he was based as TVNZ’s US Correspondent.
Jack’s crisp perspective, style and enthusiasm makes for refreshing and entertaining Saturday morning radio.
News, sport, books, music, gardens and celebrities – what better way to spend your Saturdays?
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Music review: Amy Shark 'Love Monster
Andrew Dickens gives us his thoughts on Amy Shark's album Love Monster. On first listen this is solid symphonic electronic pop with an edge. She’s has a memorable...
Book Review: The Book Ninja and The Peacock Summer
Catherine Raynes reviews two new exciting books for you to read: The Book Ninja by Ali Berg and Michelle Kalus, Simon and Schuster $35 The Peacock Summer - Hannah...
Media: Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Sir Cliff Richard
Media commentator Janet Wilson discusses how the White House Press Corp are joining forces against Sarah Sanders Huckabee and Sir Cliff Richard gets 210,000 pounds...
Dr Bryn Thompson: Brisk walking and our sense of smell
Dr Bryn Thompson tells us why brisk walking could make you live longer and new research discovers smell receptors in remote parts of our body.
Jirga Director on filming in Afghanistan 'Naturally there were scary moments'
Jack's guest this morning is Australian filmmaker Benjamin Gilmore, who spent two months filming in dangerous conditions in Afghanistan to bring us his latest offering,...
Technology expert Paul Stenhouse talks the MacBook Pro update, new emoji's and Google's big fine
The MacBook Pro's have had an upgrade.. They've had a power boost. More processing power, newer chips, more RAM.. They have not added in HDMI.. haven't added...
Screen Time: Howard's End, Joseph Parker Metamorphosis, Churchill's Secret Agents
Tara Ward gives us her top picks for your viewing pleasure! Howard’s End: a new adaptation of the story of two unconventional sisters as they navigate an ever-changing...
Movie Review: Mamma Mia: Here We go Again, I Used to Be Normal
Herald movie reviewer Francesca Rudkin joins Jack Tame to give her views on some recent films including: Mamma Mia: Here We go Again starring Alexa Davies and Lily...
Jack Tame: Fresh start the best thing for Silver Ferns
The Silver Ferns coach, Janine Southby, has resigned and Jack says treating her as the scapegoat is somewhat unfair but following the performance at the Commonwealth...
Nici Wickes: Grapefruit yoghurt cake with honey syrup
This makes a magnificent, high cake which keeps fresh for ages. Scented with grapefruit (or any citrus) and drizzled in honey syrup is eats well as a dessert or...
Movie Review: Maui's Hook and Skyscraper
Herald movie reviewer Francesca Rudkin joins Jack Tame to give her views on some recent films including: Skyscraper starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnston an action...
Music review: Gorillaz 'The Now Now'
Andrew Dickens listens to Gorillaz 7th album, The Now Now. With Gorillaz, half the world thinks they’re genius and the half spend a lot of time going huh? This...
Book Review: The Other Wife and Ghosted
Catherine Raynes reviews two new exciting books for you to read. The Other Wife by Michael Robotham, Hachette $35 Ghosted by Rosie Walsh, MacMillan $35 LISTEN...
Technology expert Paul Stenhouse talks Microsoft's new computer and the Twitter clean out
Microsoft's launched a cheaper Surface computer to take on the iPad. It's different to the iPad in that the Surface is a computer first, tablet second. Rather than...
Bob's best buy: Trinity Hill “The Trinity” 2014 or 2015 (around $20)
Where I discovered it: My tasting notes for this wine go back to the 2005 vintage. It’s a consistently good red from a winery that has a great reputation for their...
Screen Time: Kiri, Life after Footy: Legends of the Pacific and Motherland
Tara Ward gives us her top picks for your viewing pleasure! Kiri: Sarah Lancashire stars in this British drama about the disappearance of a young black girl - Kiri...
Temuera Morrison on new movie Occupation 'I got to shoot guns, kill aliens and run around'
Kiwi actor Temuera Morrison joins Jack to talk about his new movie 'Occupation' a sci-fi thriller based in a small rural Australian town where he says everything...
Nici Wickes: Chimichurri verde sauce
This is an uncooked, fresh and zingy sauce used for meat and poultry. The balance of acidity, heat and herbaceousness in this sauce is what makes Argentinean BBQs...
Jack Tame: The brave mothers of Plaza De Mayo
Jack Tame talks of his admiration for the mothers of Plaza De Mayo who have congregated weekly for over 40 years, seeking justice and information on what happened...
Technology expert Paul Stenhouse talks Uber
Uber will be sticking around in London and wants to be more than a car service.
Screentime: Wellington Paranormal, Sharp Objects and Harlots
Tara Ward gives us her top picks for your viewing pleasure! Wellington Paranormal: this mockumentary spinoff of What We Do in the Shadows follows a team of police...
Hannah McQueen: prepping your small business for sale
With lots of baby boomers looking to retire over the next 5 years, many small businesses will be coming up for sale. Hannah McQueen of Enable Me looks at preparing...
Book Review: The Girl Who Smiled Beads and Take Me In
Whitcoulls book manager Joan Mackenzie reviews: The Girl Who Smiled Beads by Clemantine Wamariya, Penguin $38 Take Me In by Sabine Durrant, Hachette $35
Movie Review: Antman and The Wasp, Ideal Home
Herald movie reviewer joined Francesca Rudkin to give his veiws on some recent films at the start of the school holidays. This week a Paul Rudd double bill … With...
Yellow is Forbidden a 'film that goes beyond fashion'
Making its debut at the NZIFF 'Yellow is Forbidden' tells the story of Chinese designer Guo Pei, chasing her dream to break into the exclusive world of haute couture. Film...