Ashley Brown plays a cello made in 1762 and every time he travels by aircraft he needs to buy an extra seat for his cello to ensure its safety. Proble
Hilary Barry rings her mum who is stuck in New York because "Snowmageddon" is on the way.
CNN Reporter, Ivan Cabrera talks to Mark Sainsbury about this once in a lifetime blizzard
Where is he now? Former RadioLIVE website editor is cycling the coastline of New Zealand for St John's.
A new Prime Minister and controversy over the economy. What is happening in Greece? Bernard Hickey explains the situation to Mark Sainsbury
NZX 50 is up, The Kiwi Dollar and Mortgage Rates are are down
Andrew Patterson talks with Robert Patman, Professor of International Relations at the Department of Politics at University of Otago
It's all for charity but who will win in a boxing match between Whaleoil blogger Cameron Slater and cricket bad boy Jesse Ryder? Mark Sainsbury finds
Summertime in NZ unfortunately means water tragedies…..Mark Sainsbury talks to Dr Kevin Moran Lecturer Health and PE Auckland University about why and
Mark talks with Megan Alexander, from Robert Half International on Australian's wages and how they compare to New Zealanders here.
Mark talks with Susan Doughty, Remuneration specialist from Ernst & Young on the gender pay gap in New Zealand.
Mark talks with John McGill, the CEO of Strategic Pay on the earners on the top end of the pay-scale and if executives deserve the salaries they comma
Mark talks with Helen Kelly on the bottom end of the pay-scale. What sort of jobs and what they are earning and also if there is likely to be an incre
Mark talks with Derek Rankin, the Director of Rankin Treasury on wages in New Zealand.
Mark talks with soon to become Cardinal John Dew for the soundtrack to his life.
Mark is joined in studio with Deborah Coddington and Vernon Tava to discuss the week in news and politics.
Mark talks with Dr Michelle Dickinson on how temporary tattoo are able to measure blood glucose level. Dr Michelle Dickinson is the Senior Lecturer at
Mark talks with Vincent Heeringa on disruptive change in technology. Vincent Heeringa is the Publisher of Idealog magazine.
Mark talks with Kyle MacDonald on a study which suggests we can actually smell fear. Kyle MacDonald is a registered psychotherapist (www.psychotherapy
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