The Long Lunch: In case you missed Monday

Long Lunch 08/10/2018

If you missed the show, here are the best bits to listen back to from The Long Lunch, Monday October 8th, 2018.

Legal affairs reporter on Kavanaugh's confirmation

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Wall Street Journal legal affairs reporter Brent Kendall discusses the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. In what is likely to be the start of a new aggressively conservative court era, what happens next?

Loved and loathed, dividing countries - it's daylight saving

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The University of Queensland’s Biomedical Sciences lecturer, Oliver Rawashdeh discusses the hidden health dangers that come with the time of year that is loved and loathed in equal measures and continues to divide nations - daylight saving.

Banksy shreds hopes and dreams

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New York-based artist and art critic, Carol Diehl joins RadioLIVE’s Wendyl Nissen discusses Banksy's latest ‘shredder’ prank.

Ms Diehl has been lecturing on Banksy’s work for several years, and appears as an authority in the HBO film, Banksy Does New York.

Books of the Week

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It's that time of the week, when Joan comes in and give us insight on the hottest books around.

Wendyl's new book The Natural Home is first up on the show today.

If you missed out Whitcoulls have it at a great price $34.99 and it's also online here

The other two hot books of the week are Stormy Daniels' memoir Full Disclosure and Jodi Picoult's A Spark of Light. 

Media Review with Bill Ralston

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Media reviewer Bill Ralston joins RadioLIVE's Wendyl Nissen to take a look at this weeks dramas.

He looks at everything from Simon Bridges to the five ways he thinks we can save sky TV.

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.