The Weekend Collective
3PM - 6PM weekends
The Weekend Collective on Newstalk ZB is an intelligent and fun take on the life you live and what you love.
Who’s at the helm?
One’s a best selling recording artist, the other a walking encyclopedia.
From Barrister to singer to recording artist and concert producer, including performing the national anthem for the All Blacks, you name it, Tim Beveridge has done it.
Tim Roxborogh has spent many years in the music radio game, and is arguably New Zealand’s leading expert on cricket and the BeeGees!
Joined by a range of special expert guests throughout the afternoon, The Weekend Collective will cover off the issues of the week, politics, parenting, finance, wellness and property.
Tim and Tim are perfect company every weekend from 3pm on Newstalk ZB.
THIS WEEKEND'S SHOW
3pm-4pm The Panel
4pm-5pm OneRoof Radio Show
5pm-6pm The Parent Squad
3pm-4pm Politics Central
4pm-5pm Health Hub
5pm-6pm Smart Money
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Aaron Davis: Buyers are being starved for choice
This week on the OneRoof Radio Show we were joined by Champion Auctioneer Aaron Davis. LISTEN ABOVE
The Panel with Jono and Ben
This week on the panel we were joined by 'The Hits Breakfast' stars Jono and Ben. We dive into the biggest issues of the week. LISTEN ABOVE
Max Whitehead: How to negotiate your employment contract
This week on Smart Money we were joined by employment expert from the White Head group 'Max Whitehead' We answer all your employment questions! LISTEN ABOVE
Dr Libby Weaver: What to look for when choosing supplements?
This week on the Health Hub we were joined by internationally Acclaimed Nutritional Biochemist, Author & Speaker 'Dr Libby Weaver'. LISTEN ABOVE
They Are Us backlash: Petition against proposed movie gains momentum
An online petition calling for a film on the Christchurch mosque attacks to be scrapped continues to gain momentum. The film "They Are Us" is only in planning at...
Feebate scheme: Electric car rebates will be paused if money runs out
The Government's scheme for discounts for electric cars comes with a couple of fishhooks: it only applies to newly imported cars, and if the funding runs out the...
John Cowan: Lessons your kids have taught you
This week on the Parenting Squad we were joined by our resident expert 'John Cowan' LISTEN ABOVE
Kyron Gosse: Are tiny homes the future?
This week on the show we were joined by Kryon Gosse, the Chairman of 'The Tiny House Association NZ' LISTEN ABOVE
The Panel: Slowing down traffic on purpose, is just wrong!
Amanda Morrall - Travel insurance and loyalty programmes
Financial commentator Amanda Morrall tells Tim Roxborogh and Tim Wilson when she thinks it'll be safe enough to book plane tickets - and she's confident enough to...
Greg Pain: How to run like a champ
Applied biomechanist from biosport.co.nz Greg Pain tells the Weekend Collective how to get the most out of running - glutes, cadence and all.
"I'm certainly worried" - Professor Des Gorman talks the latest vaccination issues
Auckland University professor of medicine Des Gorman tells Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge why we need to be concerned about the recent revelation that 3800 border...
Chris Cahill - Police officers acquitted of manslaughter shouldn't have been on trial
Police Association president Chris Cahill explains to Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge why manslaughter charges weren't the appropriate way to hold the police accountable...
Viv Beck - Has the City Rail Link put Auckland businesses in a warzone?
Heart of the City chief executive Viv Beck says it's time the government started showing a bit more urgency in compensating Auckland businesses affected by the City...
Dr Jin Russell - How does your career affect your parenting?
Board member of the Parenting Place and developmental paediatrician Dr Jin Russell has some good news for parents who want to pursue their careers and still make...
Tony Alexander: Are house prices really going to crash?
Independent economist Tony Alexander talks to Tim & Tim on why we've had so many predictions of a house price crash that has yet to eventuate. And is there anything...
The Panel: Should National be concerned?
National candidate Jake Bezzant has parted ways with the political party following explosive claims that he impersonated his ex-partner online, shared explicit photos...
Martin Hawes: Covid-19 causes young KiwiSaver members to switch funds
This week on Smart Money, Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge were joined by Martin Hawes, financial advisor and Chair of the Summer KiwiSaver Investment Committee. LISTEN...
Kent Johns: The big booze experiment
This week on the Health Hub, Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge were joined by Kent Johns, a certified health coach who recently spent 30 days without any form of alcohol. LISTEN...
Emergency Management Minister: What people need to know about Canterbury weather
Authorities are prepared for the swollen Ashburton river to breach its banks. The region's one of three - along with Timaru and Selwyn - to declare a state of local...
National wants Government to look at DHB cyber security
Opposition parties want the Government to look at our DHBs cyber security.The Waikato DHB's computer system crashed last week after a ransomware attack from overseas.Critics...
What happens next in Samoa's election crisis
Samoa was plunged into a constitutional crisis when the woman who won an election last month was locked out of Parliament and the previous leader claimed he remained...
Ashley Church: How accurate is the Reserve Bank Governor's prediction?
This week on the OneRoof Radio Show, Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge were joined by OneRoof Property Commentator, Ashley Church. LISTEN ABOVE
Dorothy Waide: What are the greatest children's books?
This week on the Parenting Squad, Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge were joined by Dorothy Waide, Karitane Mothercraft nurse and one of New Zealand's most sought-after...
The Panel: Should Scott Morrison be let into NZ?
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison was in the Greater Melbourne area recently, which is now covered by a public health order issued in New Zealand. It is unclear...