In case you missed the show today, here are some of our favourite interviews from The Long lunch, Tuesday June 31st 2018.
Outlandish names US parents picked last year
Esmeralda Rocha, Nameberry’s researcher is on The Long Lunch with some of the more outlandish names US parents chose for their children in 2017 such as Fanta, Tesla, Man, Lemon, Moo and Havoc.
Sunscreens not living up to advertised spectrum protection
Belinda Castles, Consumer NZ senior writer talks about their troubling latest sunblock study which shows that New Zealand not only has the highest incidence of skin cancer in the world, but only nine of 20 sunscreens met their SPF label claim and the requirements for broad-spectrum protection.
Is it un-Aussie to eat a pie like this?
Dr Robert Hogg, lecturer in Australian Studies at the University of Queensland takes a look at Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's pie gaffe. Was it borderline un-Australian?
Science & Innovation: New whale-dolphin hybrid discovered
Robin Baird, Research Biologist and project leader at the Cascadia Research Collective talks about the discovery of the world’s first rare whale-dolphin hybrid species off the coast of Hawai’i.
Travel with Dan Lake
Newshub's travel editor Dan lake is on The Long Lunch talking about the annoying things our fellow passengers do on planes.
Listen to all of the interviews from The Long Lunch above.
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