In case you missed it, here are some of our favourite bits from The Long Lunch today, Wednesday June 13th 2018.
Backyard Banter with Lynda Hallinan
Lynda Hallinan joins us for Backyard Banter discussing chickens, kale and preparing the ground for next season's strawberries as well as tips and tricks for the garden this week.
Rising Brazil homicide rate has cost US$100 billion since 1995
Robert Muggah, the Rio-based Igarapé Institute’s research director shares a new report that shows rising homicide rates in Brazil have cost South America’s most influential country more than US$100 billion since 1995.
Aucklanders invading Northland
Sheryl Mai, the Whangarei Mayor discusses the influx of Aucklanders invading Northland and the impact it’s having on housing and homelessness.
Trish Andrews, the Timaru Poultry Pigeon & Cage Bird Club Show Manager talks about the practice of dumping chickens and roosters on the side of he road and the options that are available to people who no longer want their poultry.
Body language battle
Allan Pease, the Australian author and body language expert shares his views on who won the body language battle when Donald Trump and King Jong Un met face to face for the first time in Singapore yesterday.
Yvonne Godfrey from Miomo youth independence programme gives advice for parenting teens on The Long Lunch.
Listen to the full interviews above.
The Long Lunch with Wendyl Nissen, 12pm - 3pm on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.