The results were overwhelming when Research New Zealand asked Kiwis about what we should be doing to manage Covid-19, with nearly three-quarters of people (70%) saying they support lockdowns to eliminate Covid-19. For many people, however, that willingness only extends to when the vaccination target has been reached. Half the respondents of Research NZ's latest survey said they supported the idea of restaurants and bars only serving vaccinated people, while only 7% want to return to life as it was before Covid-19, with no rules around mask wearing, testing and quarantine. Research NZ Managing Director Emanuel Kalafatelis is with us to discuss.
Ever wondered how some people are able to function optimally on just a few hours' sleep, while others still find themselves feeling a lot less than ideal after a solid eight hour shift? Those lucky people who thrive on limited but more efficient sleep ('short sleepers') could be benefiting from a...
Federico Rossano, director of the Comparative Cognition Lab at UC San Diego, joins the show to look at whether dogs do miss people when they're not with them.
Annabel Langbein and her daughter Rose have collaborated again, releasing their second cookbook, the aptly-named Summer at Home. After three years of life in the Big Apple, Rose is now living next to Annabel and husband Ted in a cabin on their Wanaka property. Rose joins us to discuss Summer at...