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Wellingtonians now have the chance to discuss the issues of the day one-on-one with Heather du Plessis-Allan and have a forum to share their ideas, passions and outrages on a daily basis.

Latest Episodes

Graeme Yule: Taking Scots co-ed

One of Wellington's most prestigious boys schools announced earlier in the year it would take enrollments for girls from 2020 and beyond. Four months on, how has it been received? Scots College headmaster Graeme Yule talks through the feedback and the reasons behind the decision.

7 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Graeme Yule: Taking Scots co-ed

Book Review: Kintu

Kintu is a novel by Ugandan author Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi. It's been called the most significant book to come out of the country since the 1950s. Cassie Richards from Unity Books runs her eye over it and explains why it's also a good read for kiwis.

3 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Book Review: Kintu

Bryce Edwards: Gayford rumours are dirty politics

Rumours about first bloke Clarke Gayford are being called dirty politics. This follows a statement from Police National Headquarters saying Gayford is not, and has not been the subject of any police inquiry, or been charged in relation to any matter. READ MORE:Police put an end to Gayford rumoursOpinion: Low-life gossipers a distraction for PM's office Political commentator Bryce Edwards told Heather Du Plessis-Allan he's not convinced the rumours were an orchestrated attack on Gayford, but he's

4 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Bryce Edwards: Gayford rumours are dirty politics

Comedy Fest 2018: Guy Montgomery

Guy Montgomery is one of dozens of comics in the capital for this year's Comedy Fest. He talks about his show, Guy Montgomery Doesn't Check His Phone For An Hour, as well as starting from the bottom as a comedian in New York.

10 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Comedy Fest 2018: Guy Montgomery

Cool New Stuff: Making an impact

Every Monday, Tim Dorrian brings us Cool New Stuff - which is exactly what the name suggests. Today we look at the increasing trend of plogging, which involves picking up rubbish while on a walk or a run. Tim also brings us the Conscious Consumer, an app that businesses sign up to and consumers use to support those who are making an effort to be environmentally and economically friendly. For more cool new stuff, check out what Tim and his team at Aro Digital are up to.

6 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Cool New Stuff: Making an impact

Monday politics: 30 April

Every Monday, local MPs join us to talk the week in the political world. Today, National's Chris Bishop and Labour's Greg O'Connor talk petrol prices, transport spending in Wellington, healthcare costs and Chris Bishop's baking - among other things.

20 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Monday politics: 30 April

Book Review: A Higher Loyalty

Former FBI director James Comey has attracted a lot of attention for his new book, which is highly critical of Donald Trump. We thought we'd see what all the fuss was about, so Marcus Greville from Unity Books checked it out for us.

6 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Book Review: A Higher Loyalty

Taylor Johnston: Drumming with The Killers

The Killers performed in Wellington last weekend, and one of the highlights of the show was a local guy who was plucked out of the crowd to play drums with the band. He absolutely smashed it, so we tracked him down for a chat.

4 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Taylor Johnston: Drumming with The Killers

Cool New Stuff: Outdoor Recreation

Cool New Stuff doesn't always have to be technology - it can also include things to get you out of the house! Today, Tim Dorrian looks as some of the new parks and outdoor things to do around Wellington, including a new natural playground, diving platform and track. We also check out Wellington wanders, a new website for those looking for great local walks. For more cool new stuff, check out what Tim and his team are up to at Aro Digital.

4 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Cool New Stuff: Outdoor Recreation

Adrian Hornsby: A day in the life of a chef

Ever wondered exactly what life is like as a professional cook? Adrian Hornsby from Blue Carrot Catering talks through his average day, starting at the brutal hour of 3am!

5 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Adrian Hornsby: A day in the life of a chef

Latest Episodes

Graeme Yule: Taking Scots co-ed

One of Wellington's most prestigious boys schools announced earlier in the year it would take enrollments for girls from 2020 and beyond. Four months on, how has it been received? Scots College headmaster Graeme Yule talks through the feedback and the reasons behind the decision.

7 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Graeme Yule: Taking Scots co-ed

Book Review: Kintu

Kintu is a novel by Ugandan author Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi. It's been called the most significant book to come out of the country since the 1950s. Cassie Richards from Unity Books runs her eye over it and explains why it's also a good read for kiwis.

3 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Book Review: Kintu

Bryce Edwards: Gayford rumours are dirty politics

Rumours about first bloke Clarke Gayford are being called dirty politics. This follows a statement from Police National Headquarters saying Gayford is not, and has not been the subject of any police inquiry, or been charged in relation to any matter. READ MORE:Police put an end to Gayford rumoursOpinion: Low-life gossipers a distraction for PM's office Political commentator Bryce Edwards told Heather Du Plessis-Allan he's not convinced the rumours were an orchestrated attack on Gayford, but he's

4 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Bryce Edwards: Gayford rumours are dirty politics

Comedy Fest 2018: Guy Montgomery

Guy Montgomery is one of dozens of comics in the capital for this year's Comedy Fest. He talks about his show, Guy Montgomery Doesn't Check His Phone For An Hour, as well as starting from the bottom as a comedian in New York.

10 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Comedy Fest 2018: Guy Montgomery

Cool New Stuff: Making an impact

Every Monday, Tim Dorrian brings us Cool New Stuff - which is exactly what the name suggests. Today we look at the increasing trend of plogging, which involves picking up rubbish while on a walk or a run. Tim also brings us the Conscious Consumer, an app that businesses sign up to and consumers use to support those who are making an effort to be environmentally and economically friendly. For more cool new stuff, check out what Tim and his team at Aro Digital are up to.

6 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Cool New Stuff: Making an impact

Monday politics: 30 April

Every Monday, local MPs join us to talk the week in the political world. Today, National's Chris Bishop and Labour's Greg O'Connor talk petrol prices, transport spending in Wellington, healthcare costs and Chris Bishop's baking - among other things.

20 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Monday politics: 30 April

Book Review: A Higher Loyalty

Former FBI director James Comey has attracted a lot of attention for his new book, which is highly critical of Donald Trump. We thought we'd see what all the fuss was about, so Marcus Greville from Unity Books checked it out for us.

6 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Book Review: A Higher Loyalty

Taylor Johnston: Drumming with The Killers

The Killers performed in Wellington last weekend, and one of the highlights of the show was a local guy who was plucked out of the crowd to play drums with the band. He absolutely smashed it, so we tracked him down for a chat.

4 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Taylor Johnston: Drumming with The Killers

Cool New Stuff: Outdoor Recreation

Cool New Stuff doesn't always have to be technology - it can also include things to get you out of the house! Today, Tim Dorrian looks as some of the new parks and outdoor things to do around Wellington, including a new natural playground, diving platform and track. We also check out Wellington wanders, a new website for those looking for great local walks. For more cool new stuff, check out what Tim and his team are up to at Aro Digital.

4 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Cool New Stuff: Outdoor Recreation

Adrian Hornsby: A day in the life of a chef

Ever wondered exactly what life is like as a professional cook? Adrian Hornsby from Blue Carrot Catering talks through his average day, starting at the brutal hour of 3am!

5 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Adrian Hornsby: A day in the life of a chef
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