If you missed The Long Lunch today with Lynda Hallinan, you can listen back to the interviews here from Tuesday December 4th, 2018.
Camp for gaming addicts
Michael Jacobus, executive director of the Reset Summer Camp, a clinical camp for gaming addiction, on dealing with kids addicted to video games and the troubling lengths children are going to in their quest to succeed in games such as Fortnite.
Does the age for Super need to be raised?
Jenesa Jeram, research fellow at The New Zealand Initiative on the new report on superannuation, Embracing a Super model: The superannuation sky is not falling and the question of whether the entry age for superannuation in this country needs to be raised.
Inquiry into mental health and addiction released
Jenna Lynch, Newshub political reporter on the just-released report into Mental Health and Addiction.
Followed by, professor Sally Casswell, co-director of the SHORE and Whariki Research Centre, College of Health at Massey University on the report, the speed with which it was compiled and the actions that are now required to reduce inequities and improve outcomes.
Protecting your on line privacy
Paula Gair, founder of deriskme.com looks at look at cyber security, online safety and privacy risks for yourself, your family and your business. Today, she looks at privacy and you can get further information on The Long Lunch page at deriskme.com here.
Backlash against women speaking out about sexual assult
Dr Kristin Diemer, sociologist from the University of Melbourne, discusses research showing four in 10 Australians think women lie about being victims of sexual abuse, despite the fact that research proving that false allegations are rare.
Could Waiheke be an electric car only island by 2030?
Cath Handley, Waiheke Local Board chair on the island’s push to become the world’s first residential island to have only electric vehicles by 2030.
Kaikoura tops trending destination list
Glenn Ormsby, Destination Kaikoura General Manager on the just released Airbnb trending destinations list for 2019, which sees the iconic Kiwi seaside town as the first NZ destination to fly the flag at the top of the global list.
Remembering Geoff Murphy
Roger Donaldson, iconic Kiwi movie director on the passing of friend and colleague Geoff Murphy, director of Goodbye Pork Pie, Utu and The Quiet Earth who died yesterday at the age of 80.
Brands sponsoring nuptuels of influencers
Georgia McGillivray, founder and chief executive of The Social Club on the role brands are now playing in the nuptials of ‘influencers’, in the wake of news that Michael Hill Jeweller sponsored weight-loss star Simone Anderson’s engagement ring.
Today's Baby Boomers are RadioLIVE broadcaster Tony Amos and More FM Breakfast host Gary McCormick, talking about Santa's gender, e-scooters and bullying in the workplace.
Listen to all of the full interviews above.
The Long Lunch with Lynda Hallinan, 12pm - 3pm on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.