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Nation Bites: Steve Hansen, Mike Berridge & Marama Davidson

Nation Bites 12th September 2015 : ABs Coach Steve Hansen, Mike Berridge & Marama Davidson

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Steve Hansen



Steve Hansen on his motivation to win

The All Blacks coach opens up on his love of winning, how that has made him an "average human being" in the past and the importance of learning compassion.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwukJifQRtE

Why Steve Hansen reckons the All Blacks are like a family

All Blacks coach speaks openly about his love for his players and the standards they all have to live up to every day
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTD9QX7BgTg

Has the fear of losing been holding back the All Blacks?

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says fear has stopped the team taking risks and without risks there's no reward.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNUnKYNWFT8

Is Steve Hansen worried about losing the World Cup?

All Blacks coach says worry is a "wasted emotion". But he stresses no-one has won back-to-back world cups before.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SX8CzwiZcHA

What's Steve Hansen biggest risk heading into Rugby World Cup?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kkg10nVuStw

Prof Mike Berridge

What is the consequence of our cleanliness obsession?

Malaghan Institute's Prof Mike Berridge says we have gone too far in our quest to be clean and young children need exposure to germs or risk allergies and weak immunity.
https://youtu.be/Is_r06dnWFY

Mike Berridge on how we've become an over medicated society

Prof Mike Berridge says doctors come under pressure from patients to give out antibiotics even when they aren't needed.
https://youtu.be/YjK3LxPYIBo

Marama Davidson

Quickfire questions for new Greens MP Marama Davidson

Get a sense of Marama's Davidson's politics with questions on mining, abortion, taxing unhealthy food, super age
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVR8pDn0E5E

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