In case you missed it, here are some of our favourite bits from The Long Lunch with Wendyl Nissen for Thursday 31st May, 2018.
'Britain’s strictest teacher' has some advice for Kiwi schools
She’s been labelled by UK media as ‘Britain’s strictest teacher’ – but this famously outspoken New Zealand-born head teacher is making waves in London’s education scene.
Katharine Birbalsingh joined Wendyl Nissen on The Long Lunch to discuss why order and structure are critical in delivering effective education techniques.
Ending the war with your body
Eugenia Nikiforow is a nutrition and mindfulness coach for mindfoodnews.nz.
She joins Wednyl Nissen on The Long Lunch for our Health, Mind and Body feature this week to talk about ending the war with your body, food and ultimately yourself.
The Cherry Orchard
Andrew Grainger is one of the stars of The Cherry Orchard, described as the greatest play ever written.
He joined Wendyl Nissen to talk about Auckland Theatre Company's Kensington Swan season of The Cherry Orchard, which will be at the ASB Waterfront Theatre in Auckland from June 12 to 26.
Music news with The King
King Kapisi joins Wendyl Nissen on The Long Lunch with this week's music news.
He's looking at the Michael Bolton symphony tour, Yoko-Zuna and Randa playing tonight in Browns Bay to close NZ Music Month and the Bastion Point 40th Anniversary gig last Friday at the Tuning Fork where he played along with other special guests.
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