The Long Lunch: In case you missed Tuesday
If you missed the show, here are the best bits to listen back to from The Long Lunch, Tuesday October 2nd, 2018.
Do accused sexual harassers in the United States tend to get away with it?
Carrie Leonetti, the Associate Professor from the University of Auckland School of Law joins RadioLIVE’s Wendyl Nissen.
Prof Leonetti takes a look at Donald Trump’s continued backing of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the notion that accused sexual harassers in the United States tend to get promoted anyway.
Customs could now slap you with a $5000 fine
Customs spokesperson Terry Brown joins RadioLIVE’s Wendyl Nissen to discuss the Customs and Excise Act 2018.
The Act came into effect today and could see travellers who refuse to hand over their phone or laptop passwords to Customs officials slapped with a $5000 fine.
Doctor opposes End of Life Choice bill
Northland doctor Chris Reid joins Wendyl to take a look at why he has formed a differing opinion to that of David Seymour.
Dr Reid discusses his opinion, when it comes to the subject of euthanasia and why he is opposing the ACT Party leader’s End of Life Choice Bill in an upcoming debate.
The professor of poo
Wayne Cutfield, Professor of Paediatric Endocrinology at the University of Auckland joins The Long Lunch.
Prof Cutfield discusses the new documentary series starting on TV3 tonight, The Good Sh*t, which asks the age-old question: can eating poop - literally - promote weight loss?
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.