Friday 20 July
John Kirwan has an exciting new
job. We talk to him about re-joining The Blues, his time in Japan
and life as a 'Sir'.
Get ready to rock. Auckland-based rock quartet
Park' play their Itunes chart-topping new single
Grab your maracas and a sequin dress. We're about to heat up your morning with live salsa music from Latin band Cuban Accent.
With 'National Poetry Day' just around the corner, writer Raewyn Alexander is in with a magic formula which she says will have you all writing poetry. We'll be reading out your best efforts. http://www.booksellers.co.nz/awards/new-zealand-post-book-awards/poetry-day
Sunday Star Times Lifestyle columnist,
Faire is in with vegetarian dishes for meat lovers.
The Male Panel, Wallace Chapman, Willie Jackson and Matt Gibb are talking about insecurities & the lengths men go to, to cover their flaws.
Wendy Douglas is in with her guide to the weekend. What's hot in New Zealand, and what's funny on the web?
We get ready to celebrate Peru's Independence on the 28th of this month. Chef Jesus Alvarez has two of the nation's favourite dishes. Ceviche & Arroz Con Pollo.
The New Zealand International Film Festival begins today. We
talk to the directors of
'We Feel Fine', a micro
budget feature, produced in Auckland that's making big waves.
What do Llamas eat for breakfast? Do they make good pets? Can you eat them? We answer all these questions and more when Penny King from Karma Llamas brings her working animals in for a chat. http://www.karmallamas.co.nz/
Lucy Warhurst and the Allen's DVD Review, this week she's looking at 'Contraband', 'Dragonslayer' and a documentary about 'A Tribe Called Quest'.
Breeze FM breakfast's
Robert Rakete is in to
talk about his recent wedding, blending families and a new App for
helping to treat Asthma.
We're hosting a cocktail showdown this week. Our favourite
Sai Charan, takes on newcomer
Laura Lopez Lopez. Let the best drink win!