Home & Garden: In case you missed it

Home & Garden 25/02/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at RadioLIVE's Home & Garden with Tony Murrell for the 25th February, 2018.

From Ireland to Raglan

Nestled on a hill overlooking Shipwreck Bay, in the small settlement of Ahipara at the base of Ninety Mile Beach, is a slice of paradise known as The Huts.

Tony talks eco-BnB's with entrepreneur Adam Murphy.

Beds fit for Kings, Queens and Teens

The increasing awareness of the role good sleep plays in health and well-being has spawned massive growth in bed technologies and styles, all of which can be confusing.

Tony Murrell learns the importance of beds from Jason Barnao of Sleepyhead Beds.

The return of the bidet

A popular fixture in bathrooms of the European continent since the 1700s, the bidet is a piece of technology for down under that ironically is only just starting to become popular "down under".

Tony Murrell and Hamish Dodd talk with Kaisha Macgillivray from The Bidet Shop in Auckland's Onehunga.

The magic of the Chinese lantern

Each year, Auckland Domain and Hagley Park come alive in February with spectacular Chinese lanterns, incredible food stalls and local and international performers.

Tony Murrell and Hamish Dodd go behind the scenes with Jennifer King, now retired organiser of the Chinese Lantern Festival.

Who needs friends when you can talk to your fridge?

Can people really talk to a fridge? And what sort of voice assisted technology trends are we seeing in the home?

Newshub's technology editor Emma Brannam explains where home technology is heading.

Freyberg Place reopens in Auckland

An Auckland Council media release calls the $11 million project to upgrade Freyberg Place and refurbish the Ellen Melville Hall a "jewel for the city centre".

David Urwin, director of Isthmus Group NZ joined Tony Murrell.

Home and Garden with Tony Murrell, 7am - 10am Saturday and Sunday mornings on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.