In case you missed it, here's a look back at RadioLIVE's Saturday Fresh with Carly Flynn for the 3rd March, 2018.
Between Simon Bridges announcement as leader of the Opposition, and Bill English's final speech, there's lots going on in the political realm. With an update on the week's biggest politcal news Jenna Lynch joins Carly Flynn.
Newshub Travel launches
This week saw the launch of Newshub Travel at newshub.co.nz, Dan Lake is the man behind it all and he joins Carly Flynn on Saturday Fresh.
Between the replica life-sized Titanic that's being built and tips on how not to be the worst passenger ever, Dan has got your travel sorted!
Our Mind on Media
SkyTV has finally altered its customer packages and dropped its pricing, Australian 60 Minutes and THAT Jacinda Ardern interview, and a remembrance for Emma Chambers, Irene Gardiner has the week of media wrapped.
How a change in diet can help eczema sufferers
In New Zealand up to 1 in 5 are affected by eczema. Karen Fischer joins Carly to talk about her new book which is full of life-changing nutritional information and advice, articulated through 3 eating programs. Both Karen and her daughter, Ayva, have suffered from skin problems in the past but now live eczema-free from following Karen’s meal plans.
The first Best Foods National BBQ Day!
The BBQ is a Kiwi tradition and it’s high time that the humble barbie is given the day of recognition it deserves. Sunday 4th March will be the first inaugural National BBQ Day, and the day will then be celebrated on the first Sunday in March annually. Best Foods see this as an ongoing occasion that will be embraced by Kiwis and will become a well-known date on the summer calendar– almost a ‘last hurrah’ to summer that will encourage Kiwis to gather friends and whanau, get outside and get cooking.
Jay Wanakore, of Jay & Sarah, joins Carly to talk about the delicious recipes for National BBQ Day, including Honey Soy Veggie Kebabs and Grilled Peach and Cauliflower Rice Salad.
Combating 'baby brain'
"Baby brain" is the term used for when the cognitive functioning, memory, and executive functioning performance was significantly lower in pregnant women than in non-pregnant women.
Dr Emma Parry joins Saturday Fresh with some great tips on how to help kiwi mums combat baby brain, and there are ways it can be done (oily fish and supplements to name a few).