gone by lunchtime
gone by lunchtime

PoliticsJune 28, 2016

Politics podcast: the Brexit effect, Paula Bennett’s bad month and Hone Harawira’s return

gone by lunchtime
gone by lunchtime

By Jove, it’s only the hotly anticipated return of Gone By Lunchtime, the Spinoff’s epoch-defining politics pod with Annabelle Lee, Ben Thomas and Toby Manhire

The Gone By Lunchtime podcast team has been roused from its slumber to fearlessly tackle the big political topics of the day/week/month/etc.

Equipped with nothing but Lemsip, ginger beer, some decidedly odd tasting strawberry champagne flavoured Tim Tams and their cold-addled wit, Spinoff politics editor Toby Manhire, The Hui producer Annabelle Lee and Exceltium man Ben Thomas talk Brexit, Winston Peters, Paula Bennett under pressure over housing, Te Puea Marae, Simon Bridges, Hone Harawira’s return, the Shewan review of trust laws, and the Lindauer paintings on shower curtains.

Listen or download below, or subscribe via iTunes, or here on Stitcher:

To read the Spinoff’s unmatched NZ commentary on Brexit, go here; for the Spinoff’s unmatched commentary on housing, go here.

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