In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Saturday 12th January, 2019.
Pies in Prague
The humble Kiwi pie has made it across the world to Prague as a delicacy.
Lawrence Allen from Haka Pies explains what inspired the idea and if they enjoy our humble Steak and Cheese overseas.
Aladdin the Musical
The magic of Disney has taken Auckland by storm, Aladdin is playing now until the beginning of March at the Civic theater.
Shubshri Kandiah landed the role of Jasmine straight out of art-school in Queensland.
She shares what it's like to play Jasmine, how she got the role and maybe even a bit of singing.
Let's face it - everyone talks about wanting to get fitter and healthier at this time of year.
For the next 2 weeks, there's a free initiative underway called FIT CITY, Jimi Hunt explains what the pop-up is and how they can help you.
New Zealanders are heading to South Australia in record numbers, Brent Hill, Executive Director of marketing for tourism South Australia explains they head over for the art, wine and music history.
Decorating mistakes are easy to make, especially when it comes to arranging furniture.
When you have some tips and ideas - it makes planning your living room a lot easier!
Katie Tomasi-Edwards explains the right height to hang art over furniture and whether or not to push your couch up against the wall.
Shane Bosher - new theatre show
Named as one of the Aucklanders of the Year in 2005 by Metro, and four-time Director of the Year by the NZ Listener, Shane Bosher's new work "“HOMO’S or EVERYONE IN AMERICA” plays at Q Theatre from January 30 to February 16 as part of Auckland Pride.
He describes what the play is, where we are at with equality and who they expect to come and watch the show.
Listen to the full interviews above.
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