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.
With years working alongside Andrew Lloyd Webber, appearances on British television, performing the national anthem for the All Blacks and working as a barrister – 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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Tom Hartmann: Will another public holiday get the economy moving?
This week on Smart Money we were joined by resident blogger at sorted.org.nz Tom Hartmann. LISTEN ABOVE
Dr John Cameron on getting a WOF for your body
This week on the Health Hub we were joined by our resident GP, Dr John Cameron. LISTEN ABOVE
Katie Bradford: Todd Muller and Nikki Kaye face 'massive task'
Todd Muller and Nikki Kaye likely face a difficult challenge when it comes to the September election. The two have rolled Simon Bridges and Paula Bennett for the...
Hong Kong fearful over China's planned national security law
Beijing's plan to introduce a hugely controversial national security law in Hong Kong has sparked widespread fears over its potential impact on the city's much-cherished...
Peter Dunne: National's leadership move a game changer for election
National will be hoping that Todd Muller has the same "pixie dust" effect of Jacinda Ardern. Muller on Friday ousted Bridges for the party's top job today in a...
Leonie Freeman: Should you bother buying and selling in 2020?
This week on the OneRoof Radio Show we are joined by CEO of the Property Council, Leonie Freeman. We dive into the issue of buying and selling post Covid-19, is...
John Cowan: Can you influence your kid’s friendships?
This week on the Parent Squad we were joined by our resident expert John Cowan. LISTEN ABOVE
The Panel: Todd Muller's successful leadership challenge
The National Party's newly crowned leader Todd Muller has started off by saying he was "incredibly upbeat" about his chances in the next election – and has left...
Dr Natalie Flynn: Keeping your kids at home or sending them back to school
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed that schools and early childhood services will be open again for all students from Monday, May 18. Schools can provide...
Shane Solly: How to make money during a pandemic?
This week on Smart Money we were joined by Portfolio manager from Harbour Asset Management Shane Solly. LISTEN ABOVE
Jude Walter: Experiencing memory loss at a young age?
This week on Health Hub we were joined by accredited brain fit coach Jude Walter. LISTEN ABOVE
Anne Marie Brady: New Zealand-China relationship not in danger
A Chinese political specialist says there's nothing to panic about when it comes to New Zealand and China's relationship. Last week, Winston Peters spoke out in...
Tourism Minister defends tourism support package
The Tourism Minister is defending his tourism support package. A $400 million support package was announced in the budget last week to help the industry transition...
'We don't live in a dictatorship': National MP wants church attendance limits lifted
The National Party is pushing for religious gatherings to get the green light at alert level two. At level two, religious gatherings are limited to 10 people. National...
Ashley Church: Are we building enough state houses?
Community housing providers say they are shovel ready to help the Government build the 8000 new public houses promised in today's Budget, but also warned this was...
The Panel: Attendance limitations for religious services challenged
Questions continue to be raised around the fairness of a ten person limit for religious services. National Party leader Simon Bridges has penned an open letter...
Carissa Fairbrother: Spending your savings out of lockdown - or not?
This week on Smart Money we are joined by financial adviser Carissa Fairbrother to cover a range of finance topics. With lots of cancellations throughout the last...
Dr Siouxsie Wiles: We're not ready for Level 2 yet
A top microbiologist says that the country should stay in level three for another week. The Government is expected to announce a decision Monday afternoon about...
20.5 million American jobs lost in April - a new record
With much of the American economy in self-imposed shutdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus, April's colossal surge in unemployment delivered a historic blow...
Jason Walls: Government's gag order smacks of arrogance
The Government is under fire for its handling of the release of hundreds of official Covid 19 documents. The documents were proactively released late on Friday...
Paul Goldsmith: Government can't be too conservative about alert level 2
National says the economy has to be a factor in any decision on when to move New Zealand out of Alert Level Two. Cabinet will decide tomorrow whether New Zealand...
Will homeschooling your kids become more common?
Parenting expert Emily Writes joins The Weekend Collective to give her advice on if home-schooling your children will become more common following the past few weeks...
Banks cut rates below 3% - is now the time to invest in property?
Two major banks have cut their home loan rates to below 3 per cent - a new record low for major banks in New Zealand. Sara Hartigan is a Property Expert from the...
The Panel: Excitement builds for Level 2
Minister and Newstalk ZB broadcaster Rev Frank Ritchie joins The Weekend Collective to discuss next week's announcement on moving to level 2, along with the other...
Amanda Morrall: Are small businesses being left to fail?
This week on Smart Money Amanda Morrall joins us to discuss all things SME related during the Covid-19 lockdown. LISTEN ABOVE