In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 2nd December, 2018.
Opposition talks health
Michael Woodhouse, National's Opposition Health Spokesperson, discusses cheaper doctor visits, shorter wait times for specialist visits and the urgent meningococcal immunisation program.
RadioLIVE's resident economist Shamubeel Eaqub discusses the Auckland housing crisis and money laundering.
Former National Party leader Don Brash and media commentator Irene Gardiner discuss this week's politics news.
Motor vehicles on death row?
Richard Brookes, Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Auckland, discusses the future of the world's automotive industry.
Kool & the Gang celebrates new tour
Ronald "Khalis" Bell, co-founding member of Kool & The Gang, talks about their upcoming concert in New Zealand this New Year.
The New Zealand Horse
Deborah Coddington, former MP and journalist, talks about her book, The New Zealand Horse.
Excuses people make to get a day off work
Life coach, business commentator and author Harold Hillman reveals the common excuses that people cite to get the day off.
The story behind New Zealand’s Mountain Tourism
Author Peter Alsop discusses his new book, Scenic Playground: The Story Behind New Zealand’s Mountain Tourism.
Gray Bartlett discusses his new album
International guitarist Gray Bartlett joins RadioLIVE's Trudi Nelson to discuss his new album, Platinum.
Listen to the interviews above.
Weekend Life - the Sunday edition, 10am-2pm Sunday on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.