If you missed The Long Lunch today with Carly Flynn, you can listen back to the best bits here from Friday November 9th 2018.
Documentary marks 70th birthday of Prince Charles
Dickie Arbiter, veteran Royal-Watcher and former Buckingham Palace press secretary, talks about the BBC’s much-anticipated new documentary marking Prince Charles’ 70th birthday in which he outlines what kind of a King he will be.
Accosta called 'hostile' by body language expert
Lion gives vet 'cool scar' on his arm
Dr Lillian Glass, American body language expert, talks about the messages US President Donald Trump has been displaying of late, particularly in his tense standoff with CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta following the Midterm elections.
Bondi Vet Dr Chris Brown talks about travelling the world to save animals, the death of Cliffsofmoher at the Melbourne Cup, his new TV series, Vet Gone Wild and the story behind his cool scar on his arm that a lion gave him.
The problem with Apu
Dr Faiza Hirji, associate professor at McMaster University talks about the exit of Apu from the Simpsons following Hari Kondabolu’s 2017 documentary, The Problem with Apu.
Warriors legend Simon Mannering on the end of his career
The Warriors legend talks to The Long Lunch about the end of his rugby league career, his new book Warrior (and why he hasn’t read it yet) and what the future holds.
If you want to catch Mannering at one of his book signings you can check times here.
Former gang member on new life
Paohara Raharaha, former patched Black Power gang member talks about his history with the gang, what got him involved in the gang lifestyle in first place, what drove him to give it up, and his drive to create a better life as a business owner and personal trainer in Paeroa.
Listen to all of the full interviews above.
The Long Lunch with Carly Flynn in for Lynda Hallinan, 12pm - 3pm on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.