In case you missed it, here's a look back at some of our favourite bits from The Long Lunch with Wendyl Nissen on Friday 25th May 2018.
Why GPs may offer excessive tests and treatment
A survey has revealed that one in five Kiwis believe their doctor has recommended a test or treatment that is unnecessary. Dr Derek Sherwood tells us why and how to combat it.
Stress-related illnesses related to the workplace
New research is underway to investigate the relationship between stress-related illnesses and various work environments. Professor Tim Bentley from Massey University explains how the research will impact businesses and employees.
The Elixir of Love
Peni Pati and Amina Edris pop into The Long Lunch studio ahead of New Zealand Opera’s new comedy, The Elixir of Love, which is coming to Auckland and Wellington in which the couple star.
Hot to Trot
Gail Freedman joins Wendyl Nissen on The Long Lunch.
The New York-based director is talking about her breakthrough documentary Hot to Trot looking at the fascinating but little-known world of same-sex competitive dancing.
Click here for more on the film.
The rules about hunting on private farms
Terry Williams King, our hunting and fishing expert, takes a look at what the rules are when it comes to hunting on private property. How does it work and what needs to happen?
The Long Lunch with Wendyl Nissen, 12pm - 3pm on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.