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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Shane Solly: Stock markets are up by 25% - Is it time to invest?
Kent Johns: Do we have the right approach to becoming Smokefree?
The Apprentice Aotearoa advisor defends taking part in Trump-linked franchise
One of the advisors on the new local version of The Apprentice has defended taking part in a show linked to former US President Donald Trump. Trump, who had been...
Queensland looking forward to welcoming back New Zealand tourists
Australians are looking forward to the trans-Tasman travel bubble. The bubble starts at 11.59 tonight, meaning travellers won't have to quarantine when they travel...
Queenstown Mayor excited for what travel bubble means for the district
Queenstown's mayor predicts an influx of Australian visitors will bring a bumper ski season for the tourist town. The first quarantine-free flight lands into Queenstown...
John Cowan: What rules do you set around kids using technology?
Parenting Expert from the Parenting Place and host of Real Life on Newstalk ZB John Cowan joined The Weekend Collective to share his advice on all things parenting. LISTEN...
The Panel: Should the Tokyo Olympics go ahead?
The delayed Tokyo Olympics are to open in just over three months on July 23. Fans from abroad have already been banned, and now even Japanese spectators could be...
Ashley Church: The hidden cost of the Government’s ‘war’ on landlords
"Since coming to power in 2017 the Labour has been at war with landlords. Yes, I know that statement will offend some – and others will claim that it’s an exaggeration...
Martin Hawes: Is it time to shift the tax brackets?
Claire Turnbull: Why are meat alternatives so gross?
Vaccinologist questions the current rate of the vaccine rollout
An Auckland University vaccinologist is concerned about the speed at which people here are being vaccinated. Many have accused the government of a lack of transparency...
Former ACT leader says National at risk of losing status as main opposition party
A former ACT leader says it's possible that National could no longer be the main opposition party sometime in the future. Richard Prebble, who was one of the founding...
What you need to know about Prince Philip's funeral arrangements
Prince Philip, the late husband to the UK's Queen Elizabeth II, will be laid to rest on Saturday local time (Sunday early morning NZT) next week, in a ceremony that...
Kathryn Berkett: Choosing between single sex or co-ed schools
Child Physiologist and Neuroscience expert Kathryn Berkett joined The Parent Squad on The Weekend Collective to share her advice on all things parenting. LISTEN...
Pete Wolfkamp: Buying homes of the plan - smart idea or something to avoid?
Newstalk ZB “Resident Builder” Peter Wolfkamp joins The OneRoof Radio Show to share his advice on all things property. LISTEN ABOVE.
The Panel: Prince Philip dies aged 99
Two months shy of his 100th birthday, Prince Philip has died. He died on Friday morning in Windsor Castle, where his body will rest until a royal ceremonial funeral...
Brad Olsen: The effects of a minimum wage increase
The minimum wage and benefit levels get a boost today, as part of a package of changes coming into effect from April 1. Those on the minimum wage get a pay bump...
Stacey Tremain: When pets become an unhealthy obsession
Veterinarian Stacey Tremain joined The Weekend Collective to share his advice for those who own pets. LISTEN ABOVE
Michael Baker on the likelihood of quarantine-free travel to Australia being announced
Hopes we'll know this week exactly when to get our passports ready for quarantine-free travel to Australia. An update on the possibility of a trans-Tasman bubble...
Act Party introduces bill to relax Easter trading rules
There are hopes a new bill will fix confusion around the Easter trading rule. Online businesses can trade without restrictions over Easter while traditional shops...
Dorothy Waide: Should we be encouraging more stay at home dads?
Dorothy Waide is one of New Zealand's most in-demand baby sleep consultants. She joined The Parent Squad on The Weekend Collective to share her advice on all things...
Aaron Davis: Is it really such a bad thing if house prices drop a little bit?
The latest OneRoof-Valocity figures, covering the month to March 20, show an easing of house price growth, as buyers and sellers came to terms with new loan to value...
The Panel: Highlanders stun Crusaders in record win
The Highlanders have caused a major upset in Super Rugby Aotearoa, tearing through the Crusaders 33-12 in Christchurch. The visitors took advantage of a sloppy...
Andrew Bascand: Is housing a safe investment now?
Dr John Cameron: is UFC too violent for free to air TV?