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 Chris Schulz: Charlie XCX's lockdown album
Charlie XCX made a new album in five weeks of lockdown, and music reviewer Chris Schulz has been taking a listen. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Book review with Catherine Raynes: Tsarina, The Kennedy Curse
Book reviewer Catherine Raynes has been reading Tsarina by Ellen Alpsten and The Kennedy Curse by James Patterson. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Mike Yardley: Christchurch travel
Travel writer Mike Yardley is looking at some closer-to-home destinations, this time he's in Christchurch. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Malcolm Rands: Make working from home, work for you
Remote working The advantages of remote working are obvious, and also good for the planet in many cases. Many of us now have experience of this through the lock...
Bryan Betty: When will we get a COVID vaccine?
Our resident doctor, Bryan Betty, has been giving Jack the inside word on when - or if - we should expect a COVID-19 vaccine. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Paul Stenhouse: Are you ready to go into space?
Samsung has a TV especially for outdoor viewing It's called The Terrace. A TV designed to be put outside, in direct sunlight. It's water resistant, dust resistant,...
Ruud Kleinpaste: Feeding birds at home
Birds and supplementary foodDon’t forget our feathered friends as the days begin to really shorten. Food is becoming scarce, unless you’ve planted a heap of trees...
Screentime with Tara Ward: Little Fires Everywhere, The Great, The Big Flower Fight
TV reviewer Tara Ward's picks for the week:Little Fires Everywhere: Based on Celeste Ng's 2017 bestseller and starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, "Little...
Julia Robson: Kiwi PI brings down epic conman
When former Kiwi cop turned private investigator Julia Robson was asked to investigate someone’s ex-boyfriend seven years ago, she had no idea what she was about...
Film review with Francesca Rudkin: The Assistant, Bait
Movie reviewer Francesca Rudkin has been reviewing The Assistant and Bait. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Nici Wickes: Classic French Onion Soup
Classic French Onion Soup This soup so hearty and rich and irresistibly topped with generous, bubbling cheese croutons gratinéed until golden. Serves 2 2 cups...
Jack Tame: Todd Muller could well be our next PM
I think Todd Muller can win the election. He has his work cut out, sure. I don’t think he’s the favourite, but I think there’s a reasonable chance Todd Muller will...
Kevin Milne: Coming clean on bad driving
Kevin Milne's been reflecting on what he learned out of his small car accident this week. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Paul Stenhouse: Ditching the office for good
Is WFH here to stay? If you work at Twitter - yep! They'll allow employees to work from anywhere.. indefinitely. That may mean you can reduce your commute by up...
Andrew Dickens: New music from Hailee Steinfeld
Music reviewer Andrew Dickens has been listening to Hailee Steinfeld's new album "I love you's". LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Steven Dromgool: Does 'no strings attached' really work?
Relationship therapist Steven Dromgool's got some tips for those after more of a 'casual' relationship. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Book review with Catherine Raynes: The Paris, Gulliver's Wife
Book reviewer Catherine Raynes has been reading The Paris secret by Natasha Lester and Gulliver's Wife, Lauren Chater. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Mike Yardley: Visiting historic Kiwi pubs
Travel writer Mike Yardley has a rundown of some of New Zealand's greatest historic pubs. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE
Ruud Kleinpaste: Late fruit trees
Late Fruit Trees Figs: It's getting cooler now and one of the crops that's available is figs. They're relatively easy to grow in most localities. All you need...
Himesh Patel: 'Yesterday' star on his new role in The Luminaries
New Zealanders are rightly proud of Eleanor Catton’s Booker Prize-winning book ‘The Luminaries’, and from this weekend we'll be able to enjoy the story on the small-screen. Eleanor...
Screentime with Tara Ward: The Luminaries, White Lines, Schitt’s Creek
The Luminaries: In a world premiere, TVNZ 1 tells the epic story of love, murder and revenge with the much-anticipated screen adaptation of Eleanor Catton's Man-Booker...
Hannah McQueen: Should we have easier access to Kiwisaver?
If you lose your job, should you be able to spend your KiwiSaver? Grant Davies has started a petition, asking for people made redundant due to COVID 19 to be able...
Movies with Francesca Rudkin: Michelle Obama's Becoming and independent cinemas
Movie reviewer Francesca Rudkin has been looking at the new Michelle Obama documentary Becoming, as well as what independent cinemas have on offer under level 2. LISTEN...
Nici Wickes: Passionfruit curd loaf cake
Passionfruit curd loaf cake In celebration of our new level and the health of all New Zealanders, here’s the perfect cake to enjoy with a decent cuppa! 110g butter,...
Kevin Milne: Lockdown secrets
Kevin Milne isn't sure about the return to level two, he's been talking to Jack Tame about the things he's loved about lockdown. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE