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 with Estelle Clifford: Alanis is back
Music reviewer Estelle Clifford has been on a trip down memory lane, with a special 25th anniversary edition of Alanis Morrissette's Jagged Little Pill. LISTEN TO...
Malcolm Rands: Are pets an eco-issue?
Green pets In these days of limited resources, anti-meat farming and issues around waste, can we still have pets in our lives? A resounding YES! Studies have shown...
Book review with Catherine Raynes: Liar & Flash Crash
Book reviewer Catherine Raynes has been reading Liar by Lesley Pearse and Flash Crash by Liam Vaughan. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Lotta Dann: The truth about women and alcohol
We’re four days into Dry July, where people pledge to go without the booze for a month. It’s become common-place in the past few years, and it’s been extended to...
Mike Yardley: A weekend in Wellington
Travel writer Mike Yardley has some tips for spending a weekend in Wellington. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Dr Bryan Betty: Rheumatic fever on the rise
A disease eliminated from the western world is steadily growing in New Zealand. Rheumatic fever develops when a sore throat goes untreated - it's common in children...
Ruud Kleinpaste: Winter bird food
Bird Food We’ve often talked about the food of birds, especially in winter. Many people have got bird feeders that will attract a range of native and introduced...
Paul Stenhouse: Facebook joins the mask debate
Removing race-charged phrases from the tech vocabulary It was started in 2014 but with the Black Lives Matter movement it's picking up steam. Master & Slave, Blacklist...
Screentime with Tara Ward: Blood, Transplant, Unsolved Mysteries
TV reviewer Tara Ward has some TV recommendations for the weekend. Blood: An Irish thriller about a woman returning home after her mother’s sudden death, and the...
Nici Wickes: Feijoa & apple pie
Feijoa & apple pie Last week we did a savoury pie and this week we go sweet with this incredible feijoa and apple pie which has a crumble top! Pastry 1 cup...
Film review with Francesca Rudkin: Dads and Red Shoes & The Seven Dwarfs
Movie reviewer Francesca Rudkin has been watching documentary Dads, and Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs.LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Kevin Milne: How to save hundreds a year
Kevin Milne's back to his consumer roots, he's been giving Jack Tame an easy way to save hundreds of dollars a year. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Jack Tame: Lockdown was the easy bit
My best mate is trying to plan a wedding. He lives in the Middle East and he wants to get married in Barcelona in October. It’s where he and his wife-to-be first...
Music review with Andrew Dickens: Bob Dylan's new album
Music reviewer Andrew Dickens has been listening to Bob Dylan's 39th album, Rough And Rowdy Ways.LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Steven Dromgool: Getting over heartbreak
Relationship expert Steven Dromgool has some tips on how to cope when you've been dumped. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Hannah McQueen: Is now a good time to buy shares?
Lots of first time investors saw recent market uncertainty as a good time to buy shares. Enable Me's Hannah McQueen has some advice for people looking at dabbling...
Book review with Catherine Raynes: Kill the King and Kilo
Book reviewer Catherine Raynes has been reading Kill the King by Sandrone Dazieri and Kilo by Toby Muse.LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Mike Yardley: Heritage draws in Dunedin
If wet and wintry weather confines you indoors, Dunedin’s stash of heritage draws burst with storied intrigue. Founded in 1860, the Otago Museum is a perennial people-magnet,...
Ruud Kleinpaste: Time to start pruning
Time to start pruning Winter is here and pruning time is upon us. Everything is dormant, so sap-flow has stopped. That means no loss of sugars and nutritious liquids...
Paul Stenhouse: Flash new features for Apple
With iOS 14, your iPhone's home screen is getting a major upgrade. Widgets are coming! So instead of just having a calendar app icon, you can now make it bigger...
Screentime with Tara Ward: Head High, Home Game, Beat the Chasers
Tara's TV picks for this week are: Head High: A New Zealand drama series about the hopes, dreams and expectations of high school rugby, told through the eyes of...
Film review with Francesca Rudkin: The Wretched and Da 5 Bloods
This week, movie reviewer Francesca Rudkin has been watching The Wretched and Da 5 Bloods. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Navvy: Making music out of heartbreak
Watch out Benee, there’s another Kiwi musician taking the US by storm. Earlier this month, Billboard said with Benee's Supalonely becoming a Top 40 hit, "fellow...
Nici Wickes: Chicken mustard & bacon pan pie
Chicken mustard & bacon pan pie This lid-only pie is so easy to put together and it’s a favourite with everyone who tries it. Serves 2-3 2 tbsps olive oil 1...
Kevin Milne: It's time to properly fund ambulance services
This week, Kevin Milne has been wondering why our ambulance services have to drop to their knees for funding. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE