Saturday Morning with Jack Tame
SATURDAY MORNINGS WITH JACK TAME
The only way to start your weekend!
With more than 15 years as a journalist and broadcaster, Jack's become a household name on New Zealand airwaves.
Not only does he host his own radio show, Jack also co-hosts TVNZ's Q+A. His work has taken him around the world.
Jack’s crisp perspective, style, and enthusiasm makes for refreshing and entertaining Saturday morning radio.
News, sport, books, music, gardens and food – what better way to spend your Saturdays?
Music: Love & Fire with The Black Seeds
Estelle Clifford has been listening to the new Black Seeds album, Love & Fire. LISTEN ABOVE
Books: Meredith, Alone and Nazi Billionaires
Meredith, Alone – Claire Alexander For anyone who has lost hope, Meredith will help you find it...discover the most uplifting and unforgettable debut of the summer. Nazi...
Mike Yardley: Fiji's Coral Coast
Mike Yardley has been kicking back in Fiji. LISTEN ABOVE
Kate Hall: How to rely less on your car
Our sustainability expert Kate Hall gives her advice on how to rely less on your car. Short car trips under two kilometres make up nearly a third of all car trips...
Ruud Kleinpaste: Citrus in Winter
Citrus are “surface-rooting” and hence do not like a lot of “competition” from grass roots, so it pays to keep them mulched and avoid grass growing close to the...
Dr Bryan Betty: Dental care the focus for kids worldwide
Dr Bryan Betty chats to Jack Tame about the 2020 Child Health Report that's just been released with specific focus on dental care – the biggest non-communicable...
Paul Stenhouse: Netflix getting ads, Abortion laws and data collection
Netflix has confirmed ads are coming In April they said they were open to the idea, but now it's been confirmed. They'll still have an ad-free product, but they're...
Screentime: Chloe, Loot, Man vs Bee
Chloe: A thriller about Becky, a young woman who compares herself to the picture-perfect lives on Instagram and compulsively returns to one account: Chloe's. However,...
'Ice Man' Wim Hof on becoming a worldwide phenomenon
‘Ice Man’ Wim Hof has become a worldwide phenomenon. He has more than 20 Guiness World Records to his name, has climbed icy mountains in nothing but shorts and...
Nici Wickes: Carrot & parsnip hashbrowns
Sweet, crispy and scrummy, these hashbrowns are so delicious and perfect for a long weekend! Take advantage of parsnips and carrots when they’re in season, even...
Film: Baz Luhrmann's Elvis, Whina
Francesca Rudkin has been watching Baz Luhrmann's Elvis and Kiwi film, Whina. LISTEN ABOVE
Kevin Milne: Tragedy at the supermarket with phasing out of Ernest Adams products
Kevin Milne has taken issue with the phasing out of Ernest Adams products. He joined Jack Tame to discuss this tragedy at the supermarket. LISTEN ABOVE
Jack Tame: My sporting injury horror story
We were only two or three minutes into the game when it happened. The guy had the ball in midfield and I rushed up to mark him. He stepped backwards and brought...
Estelle Clifford: George Ezra's Gold Rush Kid
Estelle Clifford gives her rating of George Ezra's third album, Gold Rush Kid. LISTEN ABOVE
Catherine Raynes: Horse and Le Fric Family, Power and Money
Catherine Raynes has been reading Horse by Geraldine Brooks and Le Fric Family, Power and Money by Alex Duff. LISTEN ABOVE
Mike Yardley: Eat and Drink in Marlborough
Travel expert Mike Yardley has been eating and drinking his way around Marlborough. LISTEN ABOVE
Steven Dromgool: Helping a partner who’s grieving
It’s always difficult knowing the right things to say to someone who is grieving so Steven Dromgool is sharing his advice on how to help a partner that’s dealing...
Hannah McQueen: How to navigate your finances in bear market territory
There has been blood on the floor of markets all round the world this week – with share markets falling into ‘bear market’ territory. Hannah McQueen talk us through...
Paul Stenhouse: Internet Explorer is no more, Photoshop to be free
Internet Explorer is no more It's the end of an era! Microsoft has officially ended support for the once-popular internet browser which many people used to explore...
Tara Ward: This is going to hurt, For All Mankind, Everything I know about love
This is going to hurt: A British medical comedy-drama based on the best-selling memoir by Dr Adam Kay, about the lives of junior doctors working in an obstetrics...
James Bay talks new album Leap and becoming a new dad
Brit singer-songwriter James Bay shot to fame in 2014 with his songs Let it Go and Hold Back the River. He's now back with a third album and his most personal yet...
Francesca Rudkin: Nude Tuesday and The Other Fellow doco
Francesca Rudkin has been watching Nude Tuesday and The Other Fellow doco from the Doc Edge Film Festival. LISTEN ABOVE
Jack Tame: The autocorrect fail driving me mad
I am not a technophobe. I need no convincing that technology makes many aspects of our lives much easier and though I’ve been known on occasion to come late to technology...
Nici Wickes: Fried Bread/Parāoa parai
I made this for the first time last Matariki and loved it as a dessert! Fried bread, or parāoa parai is easy to whip up and this recipe produces lovely soft soft...
Books: Four Treasures of the Sky, The Murders at Fleet House
Catherine Raynes has been reading Four Treasures of the Sky by Jenny Tinghui Zhang and The Murders at Fleet House by Lucinda Riley. LISTEN ABOVE