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.
The miracle for a second hand bookstore owner
Second hand bookstore owner Warwick Jordan talks with Kerre McIvor about the near collapse of his business. After the building used for his business was sold, Mr...
Public are 'disconcerted' around rise in begging numbers in Tauranga
Tauranga Mayor Greg Brownless talks with Kerre McIvor about the recent bylaw that banned begging and rough sleeping within five metres of shops and hospitality venues. Groups...
Celebrating 40 years of New Zealand film
John Barnett talks to Kerre McIvor about the past, present and future of the New Zealand film industry. LISTEN TO JOHN BARNETT TALK WITH KERRE MCIVOR ABOVE
Dr Bryce Edwards: Authorities making mistakes has a 'cascading effect'
Dr Bryce Edwards joins Kerre McIvor to talk about issues around the image of the Government and authorities, after Simon Bridges apologised for evicting New Zealand...
After the abortion law changes in Ireland, what now for New Zealand?
Irene Gardner and Liam Hehir join Kerre McIvor to talk about the recent changes to abortion laws in Ireland. With Ireland being in an intensely Catholic society,...
Sir Richard Faull: Slowing down brain disease can decrease its severity
Sir Richard Faull is the neuroscientist and director of the centre for brain research at the University of Auckland. The centre is working to improve the lives...
The Panel: Digesting the 'boring budget'
Listener political columnist Jane Clifton and Newstalk ZB host Tim Beveridge join Kerre McIvor to talk the first budget of the coalition government's term. LISTEN...
How much did the royal wedding cost?
Meghan and Harry's royal nuptials are expected to rank in the top ten most expensive weddings of all time. There are concerns over the security bill alone, which...
Joan's Picks: Mississippi Blood, Pick Three
Joan Mackenzie of Whitcoulls joins Kerre McIvor to talk about the latest book release, including; Mississippi Blood by Greg Iles, the third book in a brilliant...
Co-founder of Big History Project talks about his new book
David Christian is more than just a Professor of Modern History at Macquarie University in Australia. He is also co-founder of The Big History Project with Bill...
PP Arnold talks ahead of first NZ show
American soul singer PP Arnold is in the country for the first time. The RNB icon is performing at Auckland's Powerstation tonight as part of her first Australian...
How will Meghan Markle change royalty?
It’s the talk of many a town this morning, the marriage of Prince Harry to American actress Meghan Markle. She’s an unconventional royal bridge, Markle has been...
Royal commentator: Harry, Meghan wedding 'riveted millions'
It’s official – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are husband and wife after saying ‘I do’ in front of 600 guests at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. The couple...
Genter: Road death and injury toll not good enough
Kerre McIvor speaks with Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter over the proposition of 'point-to-point' speed cameras and its potential impact on New Zealand's...
Mike Van de Elzen: An easy recipe for duck shooting season
Well the duck shooting season is officially open as of yesterday and according to Fish and Game the duck numbers this season are higher than last year. The mallard...
The Sunday Session Panel: Ruminating about rumours
This week on the Sunday Session Panel, Kerre McIvor was joined by Shane Te Pou and Lorna Subritsky. They discussed the Clarke Gayford rumours that were dismissed...
Nanogirl: Unusual new study reveals horses can remember your emotions
Beware the long face! A new study has revealed that horses can remember if the last time they saw you, you were angry or happy. Research has previously suggested...
Is Marae-based justice the way forward for low-level offending?
An up-and-coming restorative justice programme is allowing police to send low-level criminal offenders to a Marae instead of going through the Court system. The...
Is NZ Binge drinking culture on the decline?
On the Sunday Sessions panel this week Kerre talks to Mark Dye and Ben Thomas about whether New Zealand's binge drinking culture is on the decline as young people...
Claire Robbie: When I gave up drinking I had to learn who I was again
New Zealand’s drinking culture has been in the spotlight again this week. A coroners ruling on the death of teenager Mitchell Hewerd highlights the role peer pressure...
Lorraine Downes: Martin's illness taught me to truly grab each moment
Lorraine Downes has been in the public spotlight since winning Miss Universe in 1983. Her new book details her new book details her life's journey including career,...
Mike van de Elzen: Leek risotto with mushrooms
Prep time: 10 mins Cooking time: 25 mins 2 tbsp olive oil 2 cups finely chopped leek 4 cloves garlic, peeled and finely chopped 2 cups Arborio rice ½ cup...
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...