In case you missed The Long Lunch today, here are the best bits for you to listen back to from Friday August 17th 2018.
One million kilos of food rescued
Matt Dagger, the Kaibosh Food Rescue general manager discusses the Wellington based company’s 10 year anniversary and the one million kilograms of food it has rescued and redistributed over the past decade.
The reason behind the Stand your Ground law
Mark M. O’Mara, criminal trial lawyer and CNN legal analyst, discusses Florida’s controversial ‘stand your ground law’, which allows people to use deadly force when fearing imminent death or great bodily harm without a duty of trying to escape the danger.
Coming To It: Selected Poems by Sam Hunt
The iconic Sam Hunt is our Feature Interview today as his new book Coming to it: Selected Poems, goes to number one.
Micro-needling the future
Dr Andrew Christie, the Paris-based Australian ‘encyclopedia on skin’, talks about travelling the world to train some 50,000 practitioners each year in micro-needling, as the beauty industry continues to move away from facelifts.
Hunting and Fishing with Terry Williams King: Winter warm-ups
It's the time of year when all the pillies move into the gulf, with that comes whales, dolphins and lots of hungry fish so our resident RadioLIVE hunting and fishing expert Terry Williams King joins us this week talking about winter warm ups.
Kiwis likely using antipsychotics for sleep, says psychiatrist
Roger Mulder, professor in the department of psychological medicine at the university of Otago, Christchurch discusses the new study which shows New Zealanders are being prescribed more antipsychotics, despite there being no increase in the country's psychosis rates.
Listen to all of the interviews from The Long Lunch above.
The Long Lunch with Wendyl Nissen, 12pm - 3pm on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.