The Long Lunch: In case you missed Tuesday

Long Lunch 21/08/2018

In case you missed The Long Lunch today, here are the best bits with Carly Flynn in for Wendyl Nissen.

Cleanup at Ohope campground after tornado yesterday

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Mark Inman, Ohope Beach Top 10 Holiday park manager talks to Carly Flynn about today’s clean up at the campground after yesterday's tornado which was estimated as being 20 metres wide swept through, completely blowing apart a conference room in the process.

For more, see Newshub's article here.

Wellingon on a Plate: Dan Hong

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He's a high school drop-out turned high flyer. Dan Hong, a multi-hatted chef, restaurateur, TV personality and father of three is in New Zealand as part of Wellington on a Plate.

Smartphones killing relationships

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Relationship expert Dr Anna Martin talks about the new research she has overseen that shows that one in four Kiwis in relationships feel their partners are spending too much time on smartphones, and one in five feel insignificant because of it.

Crayfish in Kaikoura

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Asia-Pacific Lonely Planet brand spokesperson Chris Zeiher discusses about how the Kiwi right of passage of eating crayfish in Kaikoura came to be ranked #7 on the list of the iconic travel publication’s new 500-strong Ultimate Eatlist.

The five other New Zealand gastronomic encounters ranked in Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Eatlist are:

  • Whitebait fritters (#54)
  • Hangi (#304)
  • Hokitika Wildfoods Festival (#346)
  • Manuka honey (#438)
  • Pavlova (#429)

Centre set up to help indigenous people beat smoking

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Dr Marewa Glover, tobacco control and public health researcher, talks to Carly Flynn about the creation of the Centre of Research Excellence: Indigenous Sovereignty & Smoking, how it came about and its goal to become a global centre for smoking cessation and harm reduction research focused on indigenous people.

Baby Boomers Panel with Brendan Telfer and Don Brash

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Today on the Baby Boomers Panel, Don Brash and Brendan Telfer talk about free speech, waka jumping and whether the government should be allowed to have a say in what you call your child.

Kiwis making it easy for jewellery thiefs

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Amelia Macandrew, AA Insurance customer relations manager, talks about an alarming review of jewellery claims data that shows Kiwis have limited and often non-existent security in place to protect expensive jewellery when it's not being worn.

Listen to all of the interviews from The Long Lunch above.

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.