Your Sunday: In case you missed it

Your Sunday 25/02/2018

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

25th February 2018

Political Panel

Parliament. Credit: Getty.

Former leader of the United Future Party, the Honorable Peter Dunne, and broadcaster Petra Bagust joined Trudi Nelson to discuss Trump arming teachers with guns, National's leadership contenders, Cyclone Gita and New Zealander of the Year.

An act with David Seymour

David Seymour. Credit: Getty.

ACT Party leader David Seymour chats with Trudi Nelson about charter schools, his approach to former US President Barack Obama for his support and reaction to the government's plans for economic reforms on a scale not seen since 1989.

Plus we couldn't let him slip away without revealing how his dance moves are shaping up ahead of joining the new series of Dancing With The Stars NZ.

New Zealander of the Year: Kristine Bartlett

Kristine Bartlett. Credit: The AM Show/Newshub.

Equal pay campaigner Kristine Bartlett was this week named Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year.

Trudi Nelson spoke with the courageous woman on her momentus week.

A bug's life

Flies. Credit: Getty.

Grace Hall, entomologist for Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research Auckland, joined Trudi Nelson to discuss what’s bugging us as we reach peak pest weather conditions.

What can we do when rodent and insect populations ‘explode’ and take cover indoors? Grace has all the answers.

My heart will go on (and on) - Celine Dion ticketing fiasco

Celine Dion. Credit: Getty.

Concert ticket scams and scalping can be a real nightmare for anyone purchasing their tickets from resellers who have fraudulently sold fake tickets to make an easy profit.

Brent Eccles from the Frontier Touring Company talks to Trudi Nelson on the fallout from the Celine Dion ticketing fiasco.

Books are cool as, bro

Girl reading. Credit: Getty.

Best selling author Justin Brown has published 31 books for adults and children, ranging from “UK on a G String” and “Bowling through India”.

Mr Brown discusses with Trudi Nelson his latest offering “Kiwi Speak, Shot Bro - Sweet As!” 

Remembering Billy Graham

Billy Graham. Credit: Getty.

Best known for his promotion of Christianity, Billy Graham began his worldwide mission in a large arena in London back in 1954.

He died at his home in North Carolina this week aged 99.

John Cowan from The Parenting Place once shared a stage with the evangelist and saw him at a rally in Auckland in 1969. He joined Trudi Nelson to look back on what made him such a worldwide phenomenon.

Life coaching

Happy people. Credit: File.

I do not believe anyone is born average, but I do believe that many of us choose to live a life of mediocrity.

Let that sink in for a moment.

We all were born with unique gifts and talents.

We all have the potential to do wonderful things that make the world a better place.

Erwin McManus - Better Life Coaching Blog

Joining Trudi Nelson to discuss life, your well-being and staying socially active is life coach Tracy Manu.

Tea for Two - Mark Mitchell

Mark Mitchell. Credit: File.

Our “Tea for Two” guest is the National Party MP for Rodney Mark Mitchell, the man also seeking to take on the party's top job - the leader.

So who is Mark Mitchell, what makes him tick and what drew him to politics?

He joined Trudi Nelson to talk his life as a policeman, working in the battlefields of Iraq and why he should be the next leader of the National Party to replace Bill English.