9:00am to Midday with Andrew Urquhart, also included are the daily lifestyle segments which feature new topics every day.
Safe T Sleep is a unique Sleepwrap for babies that has been used by 100s of 1000s of babies for nearly 21 years. A Royal version has been made and is soon to be sent off to Prince William and Princess Kate and a one-off version will be auctioned on Trade Me. Funds raised will go to the work of A Girl Called Hope, Miriam Rutherford-van Gisbergen, Educator and Inventor or Safe T Sleep chats with Andrew.
Housing think-tank 'NZ Initiative' has developed three reforms they believe can help free up the housing market and the supply of new homes. One of the authors of the report, Jason Krupp, chats with Andrew.
Coca-Cola has agreed to review its top sugar suppliers to ensure that the company does not buy from large plantations that were assembled using "land-grab" tactics that evict small farmers or local residents. Barry Coates, Executive Director of Oxfam NZ, discusses this with Andrew.
Social media is a great way of raising the profile and needs of humanitarian agencies, a platform where stories can be told to thousands of people that have 'liked' a page, the trouble is that 'likes' don't always translate to donations, and even worse it can have a negative effect on donations, marketing lecturer at Auckland University Bodo Lang chats with Andrew.
Julie Crean from Plan My Play takes us to Raglan and talks us through hall sorts of things to get you into the summer season.