In case you missed The Long Lunch with Carly Flynn, here are some of our favourite bits from the show for Thursday 21st June, 2018.
The art of rough sleepers
Auckland City Mission team leader Alexis Sawyers discusses fundraising a new exhibition of artwork from some of Auckland’s inner-city rough sleepers and marginalised people, which is also part of the global art exchange project, This Is Where I Live.
Growing human skin
Upside Biotechnologies chief executive Dr Robert Feldman talks about the groundbreaking regenerative tissue technology that has allowed the Auckland company to grow bigger-than-A5 sheets of replacement human skin for burns victims.
Fewer Kiwis identify with the Christian faith
Chris Clarke is the former chief executive of World Vision and is now advisor to the Wilberforce Foundation. He discusses a new report that shows fewer New Zealanders are attending church and only one in three identify as Christian, compared to 49 percent in the 2006 Census.
Health, Mind & Body
Rachel Grunwell is a wellness expert and influencer, yoga instructor and director of Inspired Health.
She joined Carly Flynn to discuss International Yoga Day and why a trend overseas has found that people are more mindful to seek out more balance in workouts.
The Long Lunch with Carly Flynn in for Wendyl Nissen, 12pm - 3pm on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.