In case you missed The Long Lunch today, here are some of our favourite interviews from Tuesday 10th July 2018.
Fast food portions are getting bigger
Dr Helen Eyles, University of Auckland senior lecturer and healthy eating champion, discusses the worrying trends in a new study that shows takeaway portions at major fast-food chains are increasing in size, energy and sodium levels.
Baby Jessica's family feel for Thai relatives
Chip McClure, the father of America’s ‘Baby Jessica’ who was the 18-month-old who was famously rescued after 60 hours down a backyard well in 1987, talks about the memories the rescue efforts in Thailand have stirred up 30 years later.
Karl de Smedt: Sourdough librarian
Karl de Smedt curates a sourdough library in Belgium and joins Wendyl Nissen to talk about it.
Nearly half of NZ real estate agents compete in Auckland market
Bindi Norwell, the Chief Executive of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand is talking about the fact that nearly half of the 14,000+ real estate professionals working in New Zealand are competing for commissions in Auckland.
Could the pink and white terraces still be intact?
Pink and white terrace researcher Rex Bunn discusses the final steps in reaching the exact location of New Zealand’s most mystical lost natural wonder, and the chances of some of the terraces still being intact.
Travel: Where do Kiwis go for the school holidays?
Jodi Bernard, the Flight Centre general manager marketing takes a look at Kiwi school holiday travel trends and whether the old favorites like Fiji and the Gold Coast still rule the roost at this time of year.
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.