In case you missed The Long Lunch today, here are some of our favourite interviews from Tuesday June 26th, 2018.
USA have 40% of world's one billion firearms
Aaron Karp, the senior consultant to the Small Arms Survey in Geneva discusses the latest edition of the document, which shows there are over 1 billion firearms in the world and the USA, despite only having 4% of the world’s population, can claim to 40% of them.
Neve Te Aroha - wonderful name choice
Sabrina Rogers-Anderson, the renowned baby name expert and author of The Little Book of Bogan Baby Names discusses the several layers of meaning behind the name Neve Te Aroha and how in some cases, a baby’s non-traditional name could end up ruining its life.
Science & Innovation: Blockchain and Crypto currencies
In our Science & Innovation feature today, David Downs looks at Blockchain and Crypto currencies. A kiwi company Centrality last week had a bit of a splash in the crypto world as one of the top 10 ‘cool’ crypto currencies, and their value rocketed more than 80%.
Travel: Is Madrid better than Barcelona?
Chris Zeiher from Lonely Planet looks at why you should give Madrid a go over Barcelona.
New app revolutionises school communications
Sharlene Barnes, the Kaikoura-based Skool Loop founder talks to Wendyl Nissen on The Long Lunch about how her tech business is helping to revolutionise school communications and operations around the country and also in Australia.
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.