Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday

Weekend Life 11/11/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 11th November, 2018.

100 years since Armistice

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Weekend Variety Wireless host Graeme Hill talks about his seven-part Podcast Series in commemoration of 100 years since Armistice.

Ancestry's free acess to military records this weekend

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Marketing Director at Ancestry Nigel Seeto speaks on how Ancestry NZ are commemorating WWI centenary this weekend by offering New Zealanders free access to 50 million military records.

New Zealand's economy update

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Economist Shamubeel Eaqub discusses the strength of the labour market and the rate of employment.

Political Panel

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Former Act Leader Rodney Hide and political commentator Chris Trotter join Trudi Nelson to discuss the teachers strike, Trump, Iain Lees-Galloway and more.

Walking the Camino de Santiago

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Author Lorraine Thompson describes her book The French Way - Trekking the 40-day El Camino de Santiago, which resulted from a solo 800 km trek from St Pied de Port in France, across Spain and to the ancient burial place of St James - Santiago de Compostela.

No excuse for high smoking rates among indigenous people- Dr Marewa Glover

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Renowned Tobacco Control Researcher Dr. Marewa Glover joins Trudi Nelson speak on why there is no excuse for high smoking rates among Indigenous people. 

Politics 101

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Green Party MP Chloe Swarbrick and National Party Hamish Walker MP, join the panel to discuss their stance on drugs, horse racing and National's private members bill.

Tea for Two - Hudson and Halls

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Joanne Drayton is the author of new book 'Hudson and Halls: The Food of Love' and she joins Weekend Life Sunday to discuss it in our Tea for Two segment.

Survey reveals lack of support and understanding for diabetics

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The release of New Zealand's first ever Diabetes NZ Stigma Survey, reveals a quarter of a million people with diabetes are judged, blamed and shamed for having diabetes. Director of Youth for Diabetes NZ, Ruby McGill discusses.

Listen to the full interviews above.

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