The Long Lunch: In case you missed Thursday

Long Lunch 02/08/2018

In case you missed the show today here are some of the best bits from The Long Lunch, Thursday August 2nd 2018.

Men 'demonised' in Australian media

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Melbourne’s March for Men organiser Sydney Watson joins The Long Lunch to share why she thinks men in Australia are feeling demonised by the way the media and public figures talk about men collectively in relation to crime.

Risque ad seeks bokshop employees

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Warwick Jordan is the owner of the Hard to Find Books store in Dunedin. He discusses the slightly risque ad he placed in the Otago Daily Times to find a couple of new employees.

Warning over roots causing damage as tree planting season begins

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Watercare's head of service delivery Simon Porter discusses the amount of damage that is done underground to waterpipes by the average tree.

How can we stem the rise in synthetic cannabis related deaths?

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Max Abbott, professor of psychology and public health, discusses the shocking rise in synthetic-cannabis-related deaths in New Zealand over the last year and what the Government needs to do to help stem the tide of deaths.

Health, Mind & Body: Move it Mama with Lisa Fong

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Move it Mama's Lisa Fong is this week's Health, Mind and Body guest. She is looking at the importance of movement, the effect exercise has on our mind and how exercise helps us with our food choices.

Hillary Clinton: Television producer

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Marc Malkin, Variety senior events & lifestyle editor joins The Long Lunch talking about his new job at Variety, Hillary Clinton becoming a television producer and Nicole Kidman playing Gretchen Carlson in a Fox News movie about sexual harassment opposite Charlize Theron as Megan Kelly.

Best songs to dance to

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RadioLIVE's Sunday Social host Vaughn Davis is on The Long Lunch for our social media and technology segment. He's looking at the best songs to dance to according to technology, Huawei overtaking Apple in smartphone shipments and a new parental control app that makes kids exercise before they can use their phones.

Merata Mita honoured in film

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Merata Mita producer Chelsea Winstanley is in The Long Lunch studio ahead of the film's premier tonight.

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