In case you missed The Long Lunch today, here are the best bits to listen back to from Thursday, September 6th 2018.
Will Colin Kaepernick keep the Nike tick?
Business strategist and Marketing Hall of Fame member Tony Chapman discusses Nike’s decision to use former NFL player Colin Kaepernick as one of the faces of the company latest ad campaign.
Is there "quiet resistance" underway in the White House?
The campaign advisor for Donald Trump and president of the America Winning Coalition joins Stephen McIvor to take a look at the unidentified senior administration official who wrote an anonymous op-ed column in today’s New York Times.
The column is claiming there is a “quiet resistance” underway inside the White House.
Lets go to "Epic Nerd Camp"
Are you a fan of Cosplay? Action role play? Dungeons and Dragons? Well do we have something for you. Epic Nerd Camp in the Pocono Mountains was set up by former Dolphin Trainer Kim Kjessler.
Ms Kjessler explains what we all want to know – what is Epic Nerd Camp?
A little bit yummy is looking after your tummy
A Little Bit Yummy offers dietician-approved FODMAP recipes and resources
to help those with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Founder Alana Scott joins Stephen McIvor to take a look at how the company came to be.
What is 'resource guarding'?
Jourdan Coulson from DefineCanine joins The Long Lunch to take a look at dog behaviour. Mr Coulson explores “resource guarding” - like when your dog growls at you over a bone/toy or object they want.
The Long Lunch with Steven McIvor in for Wendyl Nissen, 12pm - 3pm on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.