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Wendyl Nissen

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Latest 15 Jan 2022 | Updated Daily

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The Panel with Wendyl Nissen and Sir Ian Taylor (Part 2)

The Panel

Panellists Wendyl Nissen and Sir Ian Taylor on South Auckland families struggling to access food in lockdown, how to prevent driveway deaths and whether we should bring back hats

24mins

31 Aug 2021

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The Panel with Wendyl Nissen and Sir Ian Taylor (Part 1)

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Panellists Wendyl Nissen and Sir Ian Taylor discuss the South Island moving to Alert Level 3, a New Zealand video game hitting it big, and the resumption of parliament in lockdown

22mins

31 Aug 2021

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The Pre- Panel with Wendyl Nissen and Sir Ian Taylor

The Panel

Wallace Chapman and panellists Wendyl Nissen and Sir Ian Taylor talk to Glenn Wheeler and Emily Lane about thunder, lightning, floods and power cuts.

14mins

31 Aug 2021

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Author Wendyl Nissen discusses her latest book 'My Mother and Other Secrets' with John Cowan on Real Life

Real Life with John Cowan

Wendyl Nissen is a journalist, broadcaster and former magazine editor who is the author of ten books, mostly about living a chemical-free, old-fashioned life. She gave up her corporate life 15 years ago and now lives in the Hokianga with her husband, her father, 20 chickens, two cows, two dogs and three stray cats.Wendyl's most recent book, My Mother and Other Secrets tells stories of mothers and daughters, ageing, the way deep family traumas echo down through the generations and how uncovering old family secrets led Wendyl to a better understanding of her mother.

24mins

20 Jun 2021

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Wendyl Nissen releases her new book 'My Mother and Other Secrets'

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin

Over the past week, Francesca Rudkin has been reading the new book by Wendyl Nissen, and it’s been a compelling and utterly gripping read from the first page for her.The book stems from Wendyl’s decision in 2018, to take her parents in, to live with her and husband Paul in their Hokianga home.At the time, her mother Elis, had early stage Alzheimer’s.While caring for her mother, Wendyl learned of family secrets and stories that she had never heard before.Stories of loss, grief and love, that gave Wendyl a new understanding of her mother and her family.Those stories are now a book, My Mother and Other Secrets.Wendyl Nissen joins Francesca Rudkin from the beautiful Hokianga.LISTEN ABOVE

18mins

3 Apr 2021

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The Panel with Wendyl Nissen and Liam Hehir (Part 2)

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Don't throw the RMA baby out with the bathwater says former RMA hearings commissioner David Collins in a recent opinion piece for Stuff. He joins The Panel to talk about the strength of the Resource Management Act. Christchurch woman Maryam Frozan says police need to take racist abuse incidents more seriously, after she and her son were subject to racial abuse. Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon joins The Panel to give his response to the incident.

25mins

21 Oct 2020

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What panellists Wendyl Nissen and Liam Hehir are thinking

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What panellists Wendyl Nissen and Liam Hehir have been thinking.

5mins

21 Oct 2020

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Wendyl Nissen taks new book A Natural Year

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin

Wendyl Nissen is well known on our airwaves. She is a journalist, broadcaster, former magazine editor, author of nine books and an expert of living a chemical free, old fashioned life.19 years ago, Wendyl left the corporate world and now lives in the Hokianga with her husband, ten chickens, two dogs and two stray cats.Her new book is A Natural Year: Living Simply Through the Seasons, which looks at Wendyl’s first year of living full-time in Hokianga.She joined Andrew Dickens to talk her new life and how it has been during lockdown.LISTEN ABOVE

16mins

9 May 2020

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Ti Ora Tea Talks with Wendyl Nissen

Ti Ora Tea Talks with Good magazine

Wendyl Nissen talks about her new book, A Natural Year, which focuses on getting back to basics, and living the good life in Hokianga with husband Paul and their brood of chickens.A journalist, broadcaster and former magazine editor, Nissen speaks frankly about anxiety and depression, and shares wellness techniques that have worked for her.A Natural Year is her ninth book and a beautiful guide to living through the seasons as well as Nissen’s favourite recipes which are simple to make as well as simply delicious.

23mins

11 Apr 2020

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Wendyl Nissen talks the best way to live a healthy life

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin

15 years ago, Wendyl Nissen left the corporate world behind for a simpler life so she could remember the way people used to live.Her range of books give advice on living a more balanced and sustainable life, using natural products and living chemical free.Her latest book, The Natural Home – Tips, ideas and recipes for a sustainable life, combines the best of her previous books to make the ultimate guide to living a healthier life. Wendyl joined Kerre McIvor to talk why she changed her life and the benefits she noticed when she did. LISTEN TO WENDYL NISSEN TALK WITH KERRE MCIVOR ABOVE

13mins

27 Oct 2018

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