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 and writes for the Herald on Sunday.
He’s just returned from 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?
Hannah McQueen: Meeting your financial milestones
Hannah McQueen from EnableMe details the financial milestones you should be meeting to make sure you're on track for retirement, saying it's something Kiwis need...
Dame Suzie Moncrieff: Setting the stage for WOW
The World of Wearable Arts competition has grown exponentially from its first show at a Nelson gallery, which saw 200 people attend. Now in its 29th year, the next...
Francesca Rudkin: Hampstead, 47 Metres Down, Big Time
NZ Herald film reviewer Francesca Rudkin joins Kate Hawkesby to discuss three movies this week, in order of preference: Hampstead, 47 Metres Down and Big Time. LISTEN...
Barry Soper: 'Surprising' poll shows few voters concerned with poverty
Newstalk ZB's political editor Barry Soper asks what the results of a new poll on voters concerns says about society. He also asks whether politicians are barking...
Kevin Milne: Sweet 16?
On the eve of his daughter's birthday, Kevin Milne checks to see what the law lets 16-year-olds do, finding some interesting rules, including some he wished would...
Kate Hawkesby: Welcoming back the school term with open arms
In for Jack Tame this morning, Kate Hawkesby says it's nice to have some normality back after the demanding school holidays. She reflects on a special trip she took...
Nici Wickes: Pear and Ginger Pan Soufflé with Butterscotch Sauce
In this recipe I've taken the stress out of cooking individual soufflés by making one larger one and it works a treat. Never mind that it sinks on cooling, no one...
Bob Campbell: Good and bad vintages
Bob Campbell, vice president of the Circle of Wine Writers and director of Wine Searcher -the world's largest wine website spoke to Jack Tame about vintage charts...
Programme Info July 22 2017
SPECIAL GUEST: Jessica Grace Smith, best known for her role as Denny Miller on Home and Away, has made a short film: Everyone Else is Taken, which won the Youth...
Jessica Grace Smith: From Dannevirke to Hollywood
Best known for her role as Denny Miller on Home and Away, Jessica Grace Smith actually hails from Dannevirke in Tararua. Jess has since turned her hand to film-making,...
Jack Tame: Suicide, drugs should be major election talking points
Nine weeks out from this year's election, Jack Tame thinks we should be thinking about some issues that are less in our self-interest, and less economic. With the...
Francesca Rudkin: Dunkirk, Baby Driver and Abacus
This week, the NZ Herald's film reviewer Francesca Rudkin talks to Jack Tame about Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk and Edgar Wright's Baby Driver, both in cinemas now. Francesca...
Kevin Milne: What age will I die?
Kevin Milne has been thinking about life expectancy this week. With the increasing standards of living, availability of medicines and health technology - how long...
Mike Yardley: Wonders of the Hollyford Track
Awakening from a deep sleep following my first day on the Hollyford Track, Pyke Lodge was buzzing with excitement. The day had dawned crisp and clear, and gazing...
Nici Wickes: Savoury Muffins
When is muffin more than a muffin? When you're in Melbourne with one of your darling sisters and she's taken you to an amazing local cafe! Thank you Stuart McKenzie...
Programme Info July 15 2017
FRANCESCA RUDKIN: Movies At the NZIFF - Spookers is a documentary by one of my favourite NZ filmmakers Florian Habicht - Francesca's verdict 4.5 out of 5 War for...
Catherine Raynes: The Force, But Seriously
This week Whitcoulls' Catherine Raynes reviews The Force by Don Winslow (HarperCollins $37) and But Seriously by John McEnroe (Hachette $38). LISTEN ABOVE
Mike King: My generation needs to believe in young people
The goal of Mike King's Key to Life Charitable Trust is curbing suicide and opening dialogue around the issue. Mike King and his Key to Life Charitable Trust are...
Francesca Rudkin: Spookers, War for the Planet of the Apes
This week the NZ Herald's film reviewer discusses NZIFF flick Spookers, as well as War for the Planet of the Apes.
Nici Wickes: Silky Lemon Tart
Time to celebrate citrus season with this insanely silky tart! Makes one 24cm tart (serves 6-8) Ingredients 1 sheet sweet short crust ready-rolled pastry 5 eggs220g...
Kevin Milne: Does philanthropy let the Govt off the hook?
A new children's hospital will be built in Wellington after a mammoth donation from local property developer Mark Dunajtschik. Kevin Milne wonders whether he would...
Jack Tame: Time to get used to electric cars
Jack Tame doesn't usually get excited about cars, but this morning he shares his admiration for electric Teslas. "I love Teslas for what they represent. A friend...
Programme Info July 8 2017
SPECIAL GUEST: Royal biographer Penny Junor New book: The Duchess: The Untold Story, HarperCollins $35 FRANCESCA RUDKIN: Movies Spider-Man: Homecoming starring...
Book Reviews: The Party, The Late Show
Catherine Raynes joins Heather du Plessis-Allan to review some books, including The Party by Robyn Harding (Simon and Schuster $35), and The Late Show by Michael...
Beginning of the end for petrol cars?
US correspondent and tech expert Paul Stenhouse joins Heather Du Plessis-Allan to the rise in electric cars as the transport of tomorrow.