The Sunday Session
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THE SUNDAY SESSION
WITH KERRE MCIVOR 9am-Noon
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Megan Singleton: Travel trends of 2019
It's a new year, so what travel trends can we expect in 2019? Megan Singleton popped in to share her thoughts and expectations with Francesca Rudkin. She says the...
Sunday Panel: Are we obsessed with public shaming?
Two incidents this week have raised eyebrows about snap reactions and 'trial by media'. While the 'unruly tourists' have earned multiple headlines across dozens...
What to do after Marie Kondo-ing your house
Since the release of ‘Tidying Up’ on Netflix earlier this month, Marie Kondo mania has taken over the world. For those that haven’t been caught up in the hype, the...
Anti-vaxxers labelled a threat to global health
Anti-vaxxers have been officially named by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as a threat to global health. People who refuse to vaccinate are now among the top...
Should you watch Glass and True Detective?
There are new movies and returning TV shows for you to feast your eyes on this week. Flicks.co.nz editor Steve Newall joined Francesca Rudkin to discuss Glass, the...
Jeremy Elwood and Michele A'Court taking Arts on Tour
They are two of New Zealand’s best and most outspoken stand-up comedians, a married couple and now a duo act. Michele A’Court and Jeremy Elwood are heading to small...
Mike van de Elzen: Courgette salad
If don't think there is another vegetable that comes on as strong at this time of the year as the courgette and green bean! They are just amazing. Courgettes, Zucchini...
Ardern set to rub shoulders with world elite at Davos
The Prime Minister is on her way to Europe. Jacinda Ardern will first meet British Prime Minister Theresa May in London. She will travel to Davos for the World...
RSA president: 30,000 young veterans still need us
A report has revealed a blunt message has been delivered to the country’s RSA clubs: change or die. However, the RSA President says that he does not expect much...