The Long Lunch: In case you missed Wednesday
If you missed The Long Lunch today with Lynda Hallinan, you can listen back to the interviews here from Wednesday November 21st, 2018.
Confidence and trust in police is high
Mark Evans, New Zealand Police Deputy Chief Executive Service Delivery, talks about a new satisfaction survey that shows public trust and confidence in our police force remains high and stable.
Our worst drink driver
Caroline Perry, director of road safety charity BRAKE New Zealand, discusses the case of New Zealand’s worst drink driver, Gavin Hawthorne. He has been caught drunk behind the wheel again, despite having already killed four people in two separate crashes.
Forecast rain could make things worse for Camp Fire victims
Los Angeles City Council spokesperson Mitchell Englander shares an update on the deadliest wildfire California’s history and the flash flood alert that has been sounded with rain expected to hit Los Angeles on Thursday.
Motoring correspondent Eric Thompson on what's been on his motoring radar this week.
John Cowan from The Parenting Place on step parenting.
Tony Murrell joins Lynda Hallinan for Backyard Banter looking at what to tackle yourself and when to pay for help in the garden, the importance of understanding the term "low maintenance gardening" and plants in pots, "more is more" when planting up pots and hanging baskets.
Anna van Riel award-winning kids singer/songwriter is our musician guest today talking about three of her favourite songs right now and her new album for kids.
Trade me offer
Simon Shepherd, reporter and presenter of Newshub The Nation on the takeover offer for New Zealand company Trade Me that has been launched by British private equity company, Apax Partners.
Listen to all of the full interviews above.
The Long Lunch with Lynda Hallinan, 12pm - 3pm on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.