Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday

Weekend Life 18/11/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 18th November, 2018.

Brexit complications

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Associate professor at Massey University, Grant Duncan discusses Britain’s political chaos over Brexit.

Sports analysis

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Newshub sport specialist Brad Lewis discusses the latest Rugby match between Ireland and the All Blacks. 

Money Matters

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RadioLive’s resident economist, Shamubeel Eaqub explains the latest New Zealand’s economy this week.

The Political Panel

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Broadcaster Mary Lambie and President of the First Union Robert Reid join Trudi Nelson to discuss this week's politics.

Birds of New Zealand

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Author Geoff Norman discusses his book Bird Stories, A History of the Birds of New Zealand.

Cycling Taiwan

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Cyclist Duncan Wilson relays his experience of cycling through Taiwan.

Mental Health awareness walk

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Rhys Nicholas joins Trudi Nelson to discuss psychosis and raising awareness of mental health issues.

They also take a look at his new book Walking the length of New Zealand.

Sunday music review

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Music Reviewer Nicole Thomas joins Trudi Nelson to talk the Spice Girls Reunion tour 2019 and Friday jams at Western Springs.

MITCHELL & MITCHELL - A Father & Son Art Legacy

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Author Peter Alsop discusses his new book Mitchell & Mitchell.

Bookabach report reveals nostalgia tourism on the rise

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Communications manager at Bookabach, Simone McDermid joins Trudi Nelson to discuss how Kiwi travellers are preparing for a season of memory making with nostalgia tourism.

The Vineyards of Cental Otago

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Wine writer Viv Milsom, talks her new book The Vineyards of Central Otago.

Listen to the interviews above.

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