The Sunday Session with Kerre McIvor
9AM - 12PMSun
THE SUNDAY SESSION
WITH KERRE MCIVOR 9am-Noon
Sink into your Sunday with the best session around.
This is the show that delivers a little bit of everything.
News, opinion, analysis, lifestyle and entertainment – we’ve got your Sunday morning listening covered.
Join Kerre McIvor one of New Zealand’s best loved personalities as she dishes up a bold, sharp and energetic show every week.
Kerre's first show will be Sunday 28 January.
Nanogirl: Why the Southwest Airlines incident occurred
The Southwest Airlines incident this week claimed one life, and Nanogirl Dr Michelle Dickinson explains why it happened, and what happened to the woman who died...
Mike Van de Elzen: Shiitake mushroom with whitebeans and feta
It was really hard to decide on these three soup as the world of soups is so vast! But what we have is three soup that have favour from ingredients instead of salt...
Mind over Money: The psychology of money
Nigel Latta is back on our screens with another series of Mind over Money, where he takes a look at the psychology of money. The show reveals that we all have a...
Better Burger providing edible wrappers for Earth Day
An up and coming fast-food company says the industry needs to take a good look itself, and the volume of plastic waste it's producing. Better Burgers has five outlets...
Steven Pinker: Things are getting better all the time
Life is getting better. That’s the message in a new book written by Harvard College Professor of psychology, Steven Pinker. His book Enlightenment Now: The Case...
A journey into the unknown, Director Dustin Feneley on his film 'Stray'
Ten years in the making, indie film Stray broke crowdfunding records back in 2016 raising $125,000, the most ever for a New Zealand film. Move on two years, the...
Nanogirl: Why you should put the toilet lid down
Nanogirl, Dr Michelle Dickenson, shares a wee bit of 'gross goss' on why it can be a good idea to put the lid down when you flush and the reason you may want to...
Poppy day important to help those who are mentally struggling
Friday, April 20th will be Poppy Day which raises funds to support the needs of veterans and their families. Servicewoman Tina Grant, founder of Families of the...
Nanogirl: how birds know where to go
'Nanogirl' Dr Michelle Dickinson explains to Newstalk ZB's Kerre McIvor how birds know where they are going. LISTEN ABOVE
Mike Van de Elzen: Pad Thai
So we have just got back from a well overdue break from Thailand. We went to a friends wedding on the beautiful island of Koh Samui and continued on to spend more...
Pattie Boyd - Rock n Roll wife and muse for some of the world's most famous songs
She is one of the most important muses in Rock n Roll history inspiring some of the all-time great love songs, the likes of Something, I Need You, Layla and Wonderful...
Wahine rescuer seeking young survivor 'He was such a brave little boy'
This week marks 50 years the anniversary of the sinking of the Wahine, during which 51 people lost their lives. Julian Webb was an engineer on the NZ Railway ferry...
Michele A'Court: Falling in love, staying in love and 'thrumming'
Comedienne and author Michelle A'Court has written a new book 'How We Met' that contains the love stories of 42 couples. LISTEN ABOVE AS SHE SPEAKS TO KERRE MCIVOR...
Garth Gallaway: They are bully boys and everyone is sick of it
Garth Gallaway was Brendon McCullum's lawyer during a time when he was instrumental in changing the Black Caps culture to one of behaving with more respect for the...
Nicky Pellegrino on her new book and what inspires her to keep writing
Acclaimed author Nicky Pellegrino joined Kerre McIvor to talk about her latest novel, A Year at Hotel Gondola. Kerre was interested in why Nicky's novels are often...
Megan Singleton: Why you should visit Fiji
Travel blogger-at-large Megan Singleton joins Kerre from Fiji this week. She says she's in love with the place - so booked a package deal to make the most of her...
Joan's Picks: Speak No Evil, Breaking Free
Joan Mackenzie of Whitcoulls joins Kerre McIvor to talk about the latest book releases including: Speak No Evil by Uzodinma Iweala: about a well-off and very conservative...
Expert on nz rest homes: Situation is woeful, government need to step up
A major investigation by the Weekend Herald has found dire living situations in many rest homes around New Zealand with not enough staff to provide a decent level...
Spanish Easter Bread
In the countries bordering the Mediterranean, sweet, dried fruit-studded doughs are plaited and baked with dyed red eggs nestled into the dough. Make the dough...
Umbilical Brothers: Not Suitable for Children
Australian slapstick comedy duo Shane Dundas and David Collins have been wowing audiences as the Umbilical Brothers for more than two decades. Dundas joined Tim...
Lawrence Arabia: How to release music in the streaming age
Renowned New Zealand songwriter Lawrence Arabia joins Tim Beveridge to discuss his Singles Club, a new way to release music. He started a Kickstarter campaign, and...
Joan's Picks: Shepherd's Hut, Let Me Lie
Joan Mackenzie of Whitcoulls joins Tim Beveridge to talk about the latest book releases, including The Shepherd’s Hut by Tim Winton, and Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh. LISTEN...
Mike Van de Elzen: Feijoa and chocolate crumble
Crumble mix 2 cups wheatbran 1 cup LSA ½ cup brown sugar 1 cup plain flour 1 cup dates 200g butter 6 tsp 100% dark chocolate peanut spread Preheat oven to...
Megan Singleton: Bucket list tours
Travel correspondent Megan Singleton joins Tim Beveridge to talk about her upcoming bucket list tours of South America and Italy. LISTEN TO THE FULL CONVERSATION...
Sunday Debate: Should religion in schools be banned?
Following a proposal in Sweden that religious schools should be banned, Tim Beveridge ponders the role of religion in New Zealand schools and whether it might sow...