Your Sunday: In case you missed it

Your Sunday 04/03/2018

Cehill Pienaar & David Seymour

South Africa votes to confiscate white-owned land and violent repercussions are predicted, Trudi chats with Cehill Pienaar, a former South African Politician now living in NZ with close ties to his former country about the latest developments and will this lead the great nation to the abyss we are all familiar with north of the border in Zimbabwe.

 Act Leader David Seymour wants Parliament to condemn the action, he speaks to Trudi live from his participation in the Auckland round The Bay as to whether his calls are falling on deaf ears.

Ben Thomas & Vernon Tava

Ben Thomas, PR Consultant Exceltium and Business Broker Vernon Tava join Trudi for our “Political Panel” discussing the issues of the week, James Shaw’s Green policy on corporate perks, The PM on Oz, The National Party Leadership changeover, Deputies in National, NZ First and The Greens, Lowering the voting age to 16 and more.

Chloe Swarbrick & Hamish Walker

Politics 101, Town & Country, Left and right, two young, fresh MP’s from opposite side of the house, Green’s List MP Chloe Swarbrick and National’s Clutha, Southland MP Hamish Walker.

Fletcher Tabuteau

Who is Fletcher Tabuteau and will he succeed Winston Peters, The new Deputy Leader joins Trudi for a chat so we can find out more about this relatively unknown member of NZ First.

Denise McGregor

Counting down to Census Day on Tuesday 6 March, Trudi talks with Census General Manager Denise McGregor about the importance of the event, how it works online and any challenges facing organisers.

Scott Rasmussen

Trudi chats with Scott Rasmussen, Founder CBD Medical about the push for medicinal cannabis, Hemp oil, and submissions to the health select committee.

Jordan Tini

Video game sales in New Zealand head towards half a billion dollars. Jordan Tini, Film reviewer and Pop Culture person about where this industry is heading in light of the latest sales stats released this week.

Paula Yeoman

Paula Yeoman, Music Reviewer & Music Management Extraordinaire joins Trudi to preview the big female hitters coming our way.

Alex Gilbert

Our “Tea For Two” guest is Alex Gilbert who was born into a Russian Orphanage and adopted by a New Zealand couple from Northland. Trudi chats to Alex about his early memories, searching for his birth parents, his brother also born in the same orphanage, being featured in a documentary about the search for his birth parents, His “I’m adopted” project and his two books “My Russian Side” and his latest “I’m adopted”