If you missed the show, here are the best bits to listen back to from The Long Lunch, Wednesday October 3rd, 2018.
Afghanistan asylum seeker leaving due to racism
Dr Ann Hood, the Refugees as Survivors chief executive joins RadioLIVE’s Wendyl Nissen to take a look at the case of Afghanistan asylum seeker Sayed Sadat.
Mr Sadat is leaving New Zealand to return to his homeland after facing racism and workplace bullying,
Dr Hood also explores the issues refugees face when they arrive in this country.
Will Megan Markle make the etiquette cut?
Etiquette expert Myka Meier is with us to bust some of the biggest myths about the royal family.
Ms Meier offers up an etiquette report card for the newest royal, Meghan Markle .
Was Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven plagiarised?
Noted forensic musicologist Judith Finell offers some musical criteria and key evaluation points around music copyright infringement issues on The Long Lunch.
Ms Finell’s comments come to light as Led Zeppelin come under fire for supposedly plagiarising part of arguably the greatest rock song ever - Stairway to Heaven.
Countdown's new initiatives to help save the planet
Kiri Hannifin, Countdown’s General Manager of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability joins RadioLIVE’s Wendyl Nissen.
Ms Hannifin explores Countdown’s drive to rid itself of plastic bags and straws, and a new initiative to get donated pet food to the places it is needed most.
Musician Spotlight: Anika Moa
Kiwi songstress Anika Moa joins RadioLIVE’s Wendyl Nissen on The Long Lunch.
Ms Moa explores her new self-titled album, the new addition to her family and life in general.
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.