The Weekend Collective
The Weekend Collective on Newstalk ZB is an intelligent and fun take on the life you live and what you love.
Who’s at the helm?
One’s a best selling recording artist, the other a walking encyclopedia.
From Barrister to singer to recording artist and concert producer, including performing the national anthem for the All Blacks, you name it, Tim Beveridge has done it.
Tim Roxborogh has spent many years in the music radio game, and is arguably New Zealand’s leading expert on cricket and the BeeGees!
Joined by a range of special expert guests throughout the afternoon, The Weekend Collective will cover off the issues of the week, politics, parenting, finance, wellness and property.
Tim and Tim are perfect company every weekend from 3pm on Newstalk ZB.
THIS WEEKEND'S SHOW
3pm-4pm The Panel
4pm-5pm OneRoof Radio Show
5pm-6pm The Parent Squad
3pm-4pm Politics Central
4pm-5pm Health Hub
5pm-6pm Smart Money
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Jenny Hale: How to find balance in your child's routine
Parenting Place family coach Jenny Hale joins the Weekend Collective to discuss how to have balance in your child's routine, parenting styles, what to do if you...
Rupert Gough: Difficult but not impossible for first-home buyers
Mortgage Lab CEO Rupert Gough joins the Weekend Collective to discuss whether it's possible for first-home buyers to get into the property market in the hardest...
Miles Davis: Reflecting on our first Matariki
Broadcaster Miles Davis joins the Weekend Collective Panel to discuss our first official Matariki, the fallout from Roe vs Wade being over-turned in the USA, Chris...
Andrew Bascand: You wouldn't want to come face to face with a bear market
Managing Director of Harbour Asset Management Andrew Bascand joins the Weekend Collective to discuss just what a bear market is, and how we'll experience it, and...
Kyle MacDonald: How to deal with sporting disappointment
Psychotherapist and broadcaster Kyle MacDonald joins the Weekend Collective to discuss how to deal with disappointment in sports games, and how to deal with anger,...
Dr Charlotte Chambers: DHB staff struggles been a long time coming
Director of policy and research for the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists Dr Charlotte Chambers says DHBs need more staff than there are jobs advertised...
Floyd du Plessis: Spiking violence in prisons driver behind 800 staff vacancies
Corrections Association President Floyd du Plessis says covid fatigue, further violence and a lack of government support have resulted in 800 front-line prison job...
Dr Anna Martin: How do kids deal with social hierarchy at school?
Clinical therapist Dr Anna Martin joins the Weekend Collective to discuss how kids can deal with the social hierarchy at school, and how you can help as a parent. LISTEN...
Debbie Roberts: What should first home buyers look for?
Property Apprentice founder Debbie Roberts joins the Weekend Collective to discuss what property will do well in the currently softening market, the best house first-home...
Niva Retimanu: Excitement for the Blues v Crusaders tonight
Newstalk ZB News Broadcaster Niva Retimanu joins the Weekend Collective Panel to discuss the Blues v Crusaders game tonight, Auckland mayoral candidate Leo Molloy's...
Hannah McQueen: Is the faff worth the reward in small business?
Enable Me founder and director Hannah McQueen joins the Weekend Collective to discuss whether the risk of small business is worth the return, are commercial property...
Greg Pain: Well-being more important than weight loss
Applied biomechanist Greg Pain joins the Weekend Collective to discuss how important goals are in exercise, why our core strength is important, and why it's better...
Anna Burns-Francis: The latest revelations from the Jan 6th hearings
TVNZ US correspondent Anna Burns-Francis joins the Weekend Collective to discuss what we can expect in the second January 6th committee hearing tomorrow, and what...
Steve Maharey: Covid made an existing school attendance problem worse
Former Labour education spokesperson and current Chair of Education NZ Steve Maharey joins the Weekend Collective to discuss what's really behind chronically low...
Mark Mitchell: Enough is enough when it comes to gang violence
National's police spokesperson Mark Mitchell joins the Weekend Collective to discuss National's new plan to tackle gang violence and presence. LISTEN ABOVE.
Kathryn Berkett: How we encourage teen girls in sport
Neuroscience educator and psychologist Kathryn Berkett joins the Weekend Collective to discuss why teen girls are moving away from team sports, and why competitiveness...
Pete Wolfkamp: What is Gib, and why's it in the headlines?
Newstalk ZB's Resident Builder Peter Wolfkamp joins the Weekend Collective to discuss the notorious Gib board that's been head-lining the news this week - what is...
Toni Street: The conversation we need between Albo and Ardern
Coast FM host Toni Street joins the Weekend Collective to chat about her new podcast launching this Wednesday, Jacinda Arderns's recent trip across the Tasman, NASA...
Amanda Morrall: Buy now, pay later loans
Financial specialist Amanda Morrall joined Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge on The Weekend Collective to talk about buy now, pay later schemes. LISTEN NOW
Dr Libby Weaver: How to approach stressful situations
Internationally acclaimed nutritional biochemist and 13 times best-selling author and speaker Dr Libby Weaver joined Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge on The Weekend...
Geof Nightingale: They were badly designed and targeting small and medium sized businesses
PwC tax partner and board member, Geof Nightingale joined the Weekend Collective to chat about why the Government quietly delayed changes to the tax system. LISTEN...
Selah Hart: It's a silent addiction that many people suffer from
Hapai te Hauora spokesperson, Selah Hart joined the Weekend Collective to discuss what adding more Lotto games would mean for New Zealand. LISTEN ABOVE
Peter Dunne: This is the end of a remarkable period of time
Political commentator, Peter Dunne joined the show to share his thoughts on the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, China and the Pacific, the implications of the PM’s visit...
Dorothy Waide: Advice for step-parenting
Baby sleep expert and nanny to celebrities Dorothy Waide joined The Weekend Collective's Parent Squad to talk about navigating step-parenting and whether sticker...
Ashley Church: Will house prices continue to double every 10 years?
Business commentator Ashley Church joined The Weekend Collective's OneRoof Radio Show to talk about whether it's sustainable for house prices to double every 10...