If you missed the show, here are the best bits to listen back to from The Long Lunch, Wednesday October 10th, 2018.
‘Brain tissue shouldn’t have gone to jury’- Lundy's lawyer
Barrister Jonathan Eaton, lawyer for convicted double murderer Mark Lundy, discusses a possible review of inadmissible evidence.
Dreamworld's Coronal Inquest reveals new information
Brisbane Times reporter Lucy Stone speaks to Wendyl Nissen about newly revealed factors leading up to the 2016 Dreamworld tragedy.
Youtube star reveals the positive effects of medication
Youtube personality Jessica McCabe joins Wendyl Nissen to discuss the positive effects of medication on ADHD.
Migrant sex workers seeking travel, study funds
Associate Professor Gillian Abel from the University of Otago discusses the new study of New Zealand’s migrant sex workers, which found that the majority are not being exploited or trafficked.
Backyard Banter with Tony Murrell
RadioLIVE’s Home & Garden host Tony Murrell discusses plants for impatient gardeners, irrigations systems and the raised vegetable garden debate.
'Didymo' Dave Cades mission
Environmental warrior ‘Didymo’ Dave Cade discusses his quest to stop the spread of didymo in Central North Island rivers and the ingenious ways in which he gets his message across to freedom campers.
Motoring with Eric Thompson
Motoring aficionado Eric Thompson joins Wendyl this week to look at a Kiwi-built Trekka museum centrepiece, building roads and "car cabins".
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.