7:30PM - 8PMSun
John Cowan hosts ‘Real Life’, a weekly nationwide chat show featuring a different high-profile guest every week. John talks with them about their life, their upbringing, their passions and their view of the world.
John Cowan works in a number of roles including as a parenting expert with Parenting Place. He's an accomplished author, media producer and seminar presenter. He's been a hospital scientist in neurophysiology, a youth worker, a social worker and a minister, but his primary passion is communication: mainly as a speaker to live audiences, and as a writer. His wit and humour have been enjoyed by tens of thousands of people in live-audiences around the country.
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Interview: Jazz Thornton
John Cowan interviews mental health advocate and author of Stop Surviving Start Fighting, Jazz Thornton. WHERE TO GET HELP: If you are worried about your or someone...
Interview: Christopher Luxon
John Cowan interviews former Air New Zealand CEO and National Party candidate Christopher Luxon.
Interview: Hollie Smith
John Cowan interviews kiwi singer songwriter, Hollie Smith.
Interview: Wendy Petrie
John Cowan interviews journalist & TV presenter, Wendy Petrie.
Interview: Suzy Cato
John Cowan interviews children's TV presenter, Suzy Cato.
Interview: Te Radar
John Cowan interviews comedian & broadcaster, Te Radar (Andrew Lumsden).
Interview: Bishop Justin Duckworth
John Cowan interviews Anglican Bishop of Wellington, Just Duckworth.
Interview: Sir John Key
John Cowan interviews former Prime Minister of New Zealand, Sir John Key.
Interview: Dr Siouxsie Wiles
John Cowan interviews microbiologist Dr Siouxsie Wiles.
Interview: Tim Costello
John Cowan chats with former World Vision Australia CEO, Tim Costello.
Interview: Mike Bush
John Cowan interviews outgoing police commissioner Mike Bush.
Interview: Chlöe Swarbrick
John Cowan interviews Green party list MP, Chlöe Swarbrick.
Interview: Jennifer Ward-Lealand
John Cowan interviews actor and Kiwibank 2020 New Zealander of the Year, Jennifer Ward-Lealand.