In case you missed Thursday, here are some of the best bits from The Long Lunch July 12th 2018.
Most unaware of all 23 risks that come with smoking
Michelle Scollo, the acting director of the Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer (Melbourne), takes a look at the troubling results from a study in Victoria that showed an unsettling gap in people’s knowledge about the dangers of smoking and why it’s likely to be the same in New Zealand.
UK correspondent on fallout from England's semi final loss
Newshub's UK correspondent Lloyd Burr talks to Wendyl Nissen about the frustrations that have come out in England after losing their semi final match to Croatia.
Movies and Binge-watch ideas with Kate Rodger
Newshub's Entertainment Editor Kate Rodger talks about heading to the release of Mission Impossible, the movie Adrift on full release around New Zealand at the moment and bingeable series The Kettering Incident.
Health, Mind & Body: Body image
Eugenia Nikiforow, body and mind transformation coach, joins The Long Lunch today in the studio for Health, Mind & Body talking about body image.
Huge truffle found is mostly going into beer
Jax Lee, the general manager of Kings Truffles in the heart of Canterbury’s limestone country, discusses the record 1.36kg black truffle she recently discovered, and the state of the truffle industry in New Zealand.
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.