The Weekend Collective
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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Craig Renney: What are the implications of the cost of living payment?
CTU economist Craig Renney joined the Weekend Collective to discuss the recently announced cost of living payment that will be received by all Kiwis earning less...
Murray Groot: How Australian election can impact NZ's relationship
Emeritus Professor of Politics and International Relations at Macquarie University Murray Groot joined the Weekend Collective in the wake of the Australian Federal...
Chris di Leva: How should we react to the Budget?
Harbour Asset Management's Chris di Leva joined Smart Money with reaction to the Budget released last week. LISTEN ABOVE
Kent Johns: What are the best self-help books?
Certified Health Coach Kent Johns joined the Weekend Collective's Health Hub to discuss which of the myriad of self-help books are actually good, as well as age-appropriate...
The OneRoof Radio Show: Mortgage Lab's Rupert Gough (1)
Rupert Gough, CEO of the Mortgage Lab joins The OneRoof Radio show, this week discussing Budget 2022. The Government is upping the price caps for those purchasing...
Kathryn Berkett: The adolescent brain
Psychologist and neuroscience trainer Kathryn Berkett joins the Parent Squad to discuss adolescent brain changes - unpacking the physical and chemical changes that...
The Panel with Simon Wilson: Budget 2022 and the 'squeezed middle'
Simon Wilson, Senior Writer at the New Zealand Herald joins Tim Beveridge and Roman Travers for The Panel on The Weekend Collective to recap the biggest stories...
Brad Olsen: Are financial advisors just for rich people?
Infometrics principal economist and director Brad Olsen joins the Smart Money hour to discuss whether financial advisors are just for rich people and budgeting services....
Greg Macpherson: Can we slow the ageing process?
Pharmacist, author and SRW Laboratories founder Greg Macpherson chats to the Weekend Collective about Zombie Cells and the biology of ageing. Plus many more of your...
Murray Olds: Will people believe what Morrison has to say if he gets re-elected?
Australian correspondent Murray Olds discusses the Australian election which is coming up in six days and whether we can trust the polls going into Saturday. LISTEN...
Grant Duncan: If the poll trends were to continue, it would be logical to look at a Cabinet reshuffle
Massey University Associate Professor of Politics Grant Duncan discussed what the Labour Party should look at doing if they want to stay in power after 2023 and...
Nicola Willis: National not anticipating a silver bullet Budget
The National Party's not anticipating a silver bullet Budget. Finance Minister Grant Robertson will reveal his fifth Budget on Thursday, with much of the focus tipped...
Dave Atkinson: How to avoid being THAT parent on the sporting sideline
CEO of Parenting Place Dave Atkinson joins the show to discuss sideline parenting – how to avoid being that parent on the sporting sideline – what sort of encouragement...
Debbie Roberts: What does the drop in median days for selling a house mean for sellers and buyers?
Debbie Roberts from the Property Apprentice joins the Weekend Collective to discuss the slowing property market. The median number of days it takes to sell a house...
The Panel with Miles Davis: What to make of the latest political poll?
Newstalk ZB regular Miles Davis joined the Weekend Collective to discuss the latest political poll that has a National/Act majority, if only just, plus a whole host...
Amanda Morrall: It's time to get financially fit during these tough times
Financial commentator Amanda Morrall joins the Smart Money hour to chat about how to get financially fit during these tough times, avoiding the pitfalls of credit...
Niall McCormack: How diabetes can affect your eye health
Specsavers optometrist Niall McCormack chats to the Weekend Collective about how diabetes affects your eye health, are supermarket glasses any good, and why go to...
Simon Watts: $21m for Three Waters consultants is wasteful
National's Local Government spokesperson Simon Watts says the $21 million spent on consultants and contractors is a waste of money with no clear delivery outcomes. LISTEN...
Poto Williams: We're targeting firearm regulations in this budget
Police Minister Poto Williams unveiled the direction the new law and order budget will take, ahead of the budget announcement's on May 19th. Some of the funding...
Kerri Nuku: Lack of clarity from DHBs leaves nurses without pay
Kaiwhakahaere and co-leader of NZ Nurses Organisation Kerri Nuku says nurses have not been a t the table when it comes to health measures preventing them from working....
John Cowan: Which battles to pick with your teenager
Parenting expert John Cowan joins the Parent Squad this week to discuss which battles to pick with your kids, and when to let them slide, from tattoos, relationships...
Ashley Church: Prices might be dropping but is it actually affordable?
Business commentator Ashley Church joins the Weekend Collective to chat where the property market is really at, after a week of predictions it'll fall - but will...
Matt Heath: Our reaction to "Eurasian Fluff" comment show's just how outdated it is
Radio Hauraki Breakfast host Matt Heath joins the Panel this week to chat about just how out-dated Simon Henry's "Eurasian Fluff" comment really is, Trevor Mallard...
Malcolm Knight: Is unlimited annual leave worth the hype?
Malcolm Knight, director of Advice Knight, joins the Weekend Collective to discuss proactive mortgage rates, 4 day working week, and whether unlimited annual leave...
Kyle MacDonald: How to treat addiction and dependency
The Weekend Collective chat how to deal with addiction and dependency, what it is, and what resources there is, with psychotherapist Kyle MacDonald. Listen above...