In case you missed it here are some of our favourite bits from The Long Lunch, Monday June 25th 2018.
Two-thirds of Kiwis experience mild to severe anxiety when driving
Massey University senior clinical psychologist Dr Joanne Taylor talks about the new study that shows two-thirds of New Zealanders experience mild to severe anxiety while going about their daily driving business on New Zealand roads, some of which is caused by issues such as road rage and social conflict.
Australian world-first inquiry into workplace sexual harassment
Australian Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins discusses what is believed to be a world-first inquiry into workplace sexual harassment across the Tasman and the early indications show that sexual harassment is increasing in the workplace.
Author interview: Linda Olsson
Listen to Part One
Listen to Part Two
Linda Olsson is our author interview on The Long Lunch today with her book A Sister in My House.
Wellington restaurant takes meat off the menu
Asher Boote, the owner and chef at the established and successful Hillside Kitchen and Cellar in Wellington joins Wendyl Nissen to talk about why he is taking the seemingly risky move to remove all meat from his menu from the start of September.
Bag of books with Joan Mackenzie
Joan Mackenzie from Whitcoulls reviews the following books this week on The Long Lunch:
Listen to the full interviews above.
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