In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Carly Flynn for Saturday, 24th November.
This week in politics
Newshub reporter Jenna Lynch joins Carly Flynn to discuss this week's politics.
Vintage caravans and classic cars
Don and Marilyn Jessen talk their new book Classic Car and Caravan Combos Downunder.
NZ Lifestyle Block editor Nadene Hall shares how to go about transitioning to life on a lifestyle block.
Can Father Christmas be a woman?
Former ACT Party leader Rodney Hide argues that the move to sack a man for saying he'd never hire a woman to play Santa Claus is "overly sensitive".
Resene's Sarah Gregory discusses natural colour trends for your room.
Housing and rateable values
Auctioneer Robert Tulp talks houses and a potential Christchurch housing shortage.
Travel with Mark Sainsbury
RadioLIVE's Mark Sainsbury talks about his amazing five-day trip in Victoria, Australia on the Great Southern Touring Route.
RadioLIVE's Mitchell Ley joins Carly Flynn to discuss his week's music update.
Motoring regular Sandie Myhre discusses this years road toll.
Wine on the wireless
Co-founder and Chief tasting officer at Winefriend, Yvonne Lorkin discusses her favourite sticky, sweet wines .
TV with Spencer Budge
Spencer Budge join Carly Flynn to discuss this weeks top televison shows.
The health benefits of Kombucha
René Archer, founder of Rene's Kombucha, discusses why the beverage is good for you and why you should consume it.
Rialto weekly recommendation
Rialto regular, Natalie Wigg talks the this weeks recommended feature, Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool.
Topp Country- A Culinary journey
The Topp Twins discuss their new book Topp Country: A Culinary Journey.
Next Magazine- Chelsea Winter's moment of reckoning
Editor of Next Magazine, Rachael Russel, joins Carly Flynn to explain chef Chelsia Winter's decision to move to Mt Maunganui, talk the Me Too movement and yoga.
How to freshen up your kitchen on limited funds
Katie Tomasi Edwards, co-owner of MJT Property Styling, talks simple, inexpensive ways to spruce up your kitchen.
The equivalent of 85 berries in each capsule
Founding director of Health Currancy Ltd, Fleur Cushman discusses her creation, CurraNZ a natural supplement made from NZ blackcurrants.
Listen to the full interviews above.