The Long Lunch: In case you missed Tuesday

Long Lunch 11/12/2018

If you missed The Long Lunch today with Carly Flynn you can listen back to the interviews here from Tuesday, December 11th 2018.

The reasons behind name suppression

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Criminal barrister Tudor Clee discusses court-ordered name suppression and what can happen when people take it upon themselves to ‘out’ people who are before the courts, which is now happening all over Facebook in the case of murdered British backpacker Grace Millane.

How the proposed Air New Zealand strike could impact your holiday

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Aviation New Zealand chief executive John Nicholson discusses the expected strike by Air New Zealand engineers during the busiest travel time of the year, and what it would mean for the industry in this country.

Bad time of year for pet abuse

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Cats Protection Wellington president Iona Anderson on the case of an Eltham man who videoed himself smoking cannabis and blowing it onto a young kitten.

Laughing gas delivered to your door

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Dr Stephen Bright, senior lecturer in addiction at Edith Cowan University, talks about the resurgence in popularity of nitrous oxide, laughing gas or ‘Nangs' and the delivery service in Australia that can have them delivered to your door in half an hour for as little as A$1 a pop.

Media Matters

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Bill Ralston on the media this week including TVNZ's Melissa Stokes being named to replace Peter Williams on 1 News, Les Moonves - the former head of CBS, and the coverage of Grace Millane's murder.

Baby Boomers Panel

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The Baby Boomers today are Chester Borrows and Jeanette Fitzsimons.

WORLD designing silks for Jockeys’ World Cup

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WORLD creative director and designer Benny Castles (and a judge on Project Runway NZ) talks about the art of making jockey silks, the history of the attire and why jockeys wear them, and how making silks differs from his regular work.

Dads get postnatal depression too

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Richard Fletcher, associate professor in the Family Action Centre at The University of Newcastle, discusses the fact that men get postnatal depression too.

NZTA boss resignation

Photo: Getty. editor Clive Matthew Wilson on the resignation of New Zealand Transport Agency boss Fergus Gammie in the wake of the agency’s poor enforcement of transport regulations, which has seen almost 20,000 cars recalled throughout the country.

Vigil for Grace Millane and all women murdered this year

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Ali Mau, organiser, on the Federal street vigil Wednesday night at seven for the Millane family.

Listen to all of the full interviews above.

The Long Lunch with Carly Flynn, 12pm - 3pm on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.