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The Long Lunch: In case you missed Thursday

In case you missed the show today, here are the best bits for you to listen back to from Thursday 16th August 2018.

4 hours ago

Two languages should be compulsory, starting with Te Reo - professor

“It’s the language of this county and we all need to know our indigenous language.”

5 hours ago

The Long Lunch: In case you missed Wednesday

Here's the best bits from The Long Lunch for Wednesday August 15th, 2018.

15/08/2018

The Long Lunch: In case you missed Tuesday

In case you missed The Long Lunch today, here are the best bits from Tuesday August 14th 2018.

14/08/2018

The Long Lunch: In case you missed Monday

In case you missed The Long Lunch today, here are some of the best bits from Monday August 13th 2018.

13/08/2018

Wendyl Wants to Know: Whiskas Kitten & Adult Cats Milk Plus Lactose Free

Wendyl Nissen takes a look at the ingredients in pet milk on Wendyl Wants to Know today.

13/08/2018

New app helps volunteers and companies

Holly Norton joins RadioLIVE’s Vaughn Davis on Sunday Social to discuss the new app she and 399 of her closest friends have just launched.

13/08/2018

Apps of the Week: Powerpoint, open banking

Anna Connell joins Vaughn Davis talking apps of the week.

13/08/2018

Outsiders: Thomas Brunner

Gerard Hindmarsh discusses the amazing story of Thomas Brunner.

13/08/2018

Helping people leave conservative religion

Imtiaz Shams discusses his own experience with leaving Islam, and how he helps people around the world to do the same.

13/08/2018

Human parasites that inhabit and cripple society

Professor Graham Le Gros describes the wildlife that occasionally and sometimes permanently inhabits the human body.

13/08/2018

Skeptical Thoughts: Monsanto, psychics

Siouxsie Wiles joins RadioLIVE's Graeme Hill to expose hoaxes, woo and scams for what they aren’t.

13/08/2018

Media Stick: Freedom of speech, Sandy Hook denial

Tamar Munch joins RadioLIVE's Graeme Hill for Media Stick - the week’s media guff and gaffes laid bare for fun.

13/08/2018

Craig Heatley: The man behind New Zealand's SKY TV

Craig Heatley discusses a new book about him and his mantra.

12/08/2018

Stark warnings of climate change fate

Professor Will Steffen from The Australian National University discusses climate change tipping points.

12/08/2018

Words with Max Cryer: Spring, bamboozle

Max Cryer is a New Zealand living treasure in both entertainment and etymological spheres.

12/08/2018

Asteroid Ryugu older than the Sun?

Astronomer Grant Christie joins Graeme Hill to talk the latest in astronomy news.

12/08/2018

The rights and wrongs of science fiction

Physicist and author Shaun Hendy takes a look at what science fiction has got right and wrong.

12/08/2018

The Long Lunch: In case you missed Friday

In case you missed The Long Lunch today, here are some of the best bits from Friday August 10th 2018.

10/08/2018

New Zealand’s unsolved missing person cases

What happens to the five percent of missing people who aren't found?

10/08/2018

The Long Lunch: In case you missed Thursday

In case you missed The Long Lunch today, you can listen back to some of the best bits from Thursday August 9th 2018.

09/08/2018

Should parents be paid for raising their children?

A psychotherapist makes the case for subsidising mothers and fathers who want to raise their kids at home.

09/08/2018

No need to kill cats - Wellington Mayor

Wellington Mayor Justin Lester is refusing to heed calls to banish cats from the city as it tries to go predator free.

09/08/2018

Cats have to go, says Duncan Garner

Duncan Garner has called for an end to keeping cats as pets, saying it will be impossible to become predator-free while cats remain alive.

09/08/2018

The Long Lunch: In case you missed Wednesday

In case you missed the show today, here are some of the best bits from The Long Lunch, Wednesday August 8th 2018.

08/08/2018

Old angry lefties ‘nothing but a pack of bullies’ – Mark Richardson

Richardson says Don Brash has become a victim of the left-wing agenda.

08/08/2018

The Long Lunch: In case you missed Tuesday

In case you missed the show today, here are some of the best bits from Tuesday August 7th 2018.

07/08/2018

Kiwis are ‘missing out’ on life-saving cancer drugs – Aussie oncologist

The number of cancer deaths may increase if the country's approach to the disease isn't urgently addressed, says an Australian oncologist.

07/08/2018

Air New Zealand is far too plastic

Our national airline appears to have its head firmly wedged between two of its economy class seats, writes Roman Travers.

07/08/2018

Rodriguez, the Sugar Man has returned

Rodriguez's story is full of mystery and drama, and now he's set to hit New Zealand shores this February.

06/08/2018