Your Sunday: In case you missed it

Your Sunday 11/02/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at RadioLIVE's Your Sunday with Ryan Bridge.

11th February 2018

Sir Bob Jones threatens legal action against anti-racist petition

Sir Bob Jones. Credit: Photosport.

Sir Bob Jones has threatened legal action against filmmaker Renae Maihi, after she started a petition to have him stripped of his knighthood.

Some 40,000 signatories have reportedly endorsed the petition, which follows Sir Bob's controversial National Business Review Column calling for a Maori Gratitude Day to replace Waitangi Day as a national holiday.

Sir Bob Jones joined RadioLIVE's Ryan Bridge on Your Sunday and said that his column was clearly satirical and he would sue Ms Maihi for defamation.

Political Panel

Parliament. Credit: Victoria Evans.

ACT Party leader David Seymour and broadcaster Leah Panapa join our Political Party to discuss with Ryan Bridge the big political issues of the week.

Big companies jumping in on gay pride festivities

Gay pride. Credit: File.

Big Companies are jumping into the gay pride festivities but are their intentions all for the right reasons?

Misha Kavka, associate dean of Media & Communication studies at Auckland University discusses with Ryan Bridge.

Cook Strait bridge or tunnel: Could this ever become a reality?

Interislander in the Cook Strait. Credit: Getty.

Christchurch journalist Julian Lee has pitched the idea for a bridge or tunnel between the North and South island.

His idea has generated a lot of talk. Julian Lee joined Ryan Bridge to discuss if this could ever become a reality.

Cars left abandoned at Auckland Airport

Auckland Airport. Credit: Getty.

80 cars are abandoned at Auckland International Airport every year. So what happens to them?

Ryan Bridge chats with Richard Baker, general manager of Retail & Commercial at Auckland Airport, to find out who would do such a thing.

Tomorrow People's newfound fame

Tomorrow People. Credit: File.

Kiwi band Tomorrow People have knocked Ed Sheeran off the top of the New Zealand Music Chart with their Kiwi brand of reggae.

Band member Tana Tupai joined Ryan Bridge to discuss their newfound fame and sample their EP, BBQ Reggae.

New Zealand employee turnover at its highest rate since 2008

Bad boss. Credit: Getty.

Staff attrition, or employee turnover, is at the highest rate it has been in New Zealand since 2008.

It's challenging many companies especially with millennials.

Business consultant, Harold Hillman, joined Ryan Bridge to discuss employee turnover and what's behind the trend.

Tea for Two - Annette Presley

Annette Presley. Credit: File.

Our Tea for Two guest this week is Annette Presley.

Ryan Bridge chats with the co-founder of Slingshot, one of our largest internet service providers, about her life, her loves, her passions and plans for the future.