95bFM: The Wire

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95bFM: The Wire
  • Language: eng
  • Episodes: 29
  • Last: 21 Mar 2018
95bFM's daily News and Current Affairs hour. Amanda Robinson, Mack Smith, Ximena Smith, Jogai Bhatt and Joel Thomas bring you the issues from Tāmaki Makaurau and elsewhere, in independent-thinking bFM style.

Episodes (29)

  • How proud are the Police?
    How proud are the Police?
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    Published: 21 Mar 2018 Duration: n/a
    This Worry Week the Wire is looking at Pride issues. Jemima talked to academic and transwoman Lexie Matheson about Pride and the Police, the rainbow Police car in the Auckland Pride Parade and about the changing attitudes towards the queer ... Read more →
    This Worry Week the Wire is looking at Pride issues. Jemima talked to academic and transwoman Lexie Matheson about Pride and the Police, the rainbow Police car in the Auckland Pride Parade and about the changing attitudes towards the queer ... Read more →

  • The Race
    The Race
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    Published: 26 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Bronwyn Bent is a co-director of The Race, a play by the Hobson Street Theatre Company in association with the Auckland City Mission, that is on as part of the Auckland Fringe Festival. It looks at the way racism affects those experiencing ... Read more →
    Bronwyn Bent is a co-director of The Race, a play by the Hobson Street Theatre Company in association with the Auckland City Mission, that is on as part of the Auckland Fringe Festival. It looks at the way racism affects those experiencing ... Read more →

  • Everybody Eats
    Everybody Eats
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    Published: 26 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Everybody Eats is all about feeding people. They rescue food that would otherwise go to landfill. Every monday night at Gemayze Street in St Kevins arcade, people from all walks of life are encouraged to come along for a 3 course meal, whic... Read more →
    Everybody Eats is all about feeding people. They rescue food that would otherwise go to landfill. Every monday night at Gemayze Street in St Kevins arcade, people from all walks of life are encouraged to come along for a 3 course meal, whic... Read more →

  • Sanitary Products in New Zealand Schools
    Sanitary Products in New Zealand Schools
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    Published: 25 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Soala Wilson from The Works Hair Salon in Grey Lynn, with the help of Nicola Edwards from the Auckland Foundation, have created the charity SPINZ. This is Sanitary Products in New Zealand Schools. An organisation that takes donations and m... Read more →
    Soala Wilson from The Works Hair Salon in Grey Lynn, with the help of Nicola Edwards from the Auckland Foundation, have created the charity SPINZ. This is Sanitary Products in New Zealand Schools. An organisation that takes donations and m... Read more →

  • O-Week Madness: Uni Clubs
    O-Week Madness: Uni Clubs
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    Published: 25 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Today is the first day back at uni for Auckland uni students and it’s a busy day on campus. All of the uni clubs have set up their stalls in the quad and Albert Park in the hopes they’ll get some new sign ups. Mary-Margaret went to ask some... Read more →
    Today is the first day back at uni for Auckland uni students and it’s a busy day on campus. All of the uni clubs have set up their stalls in the quad and Albert Park in the hopes they’ll get some new sign ups. Mary-Margaret went to ask some... Read more →

  • Tackling the public media question in Aotearoa
    Tackling the public media question in Aotearoa
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    Published: 25 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    The Government has confirmed the establishment of a four-member ministerial advisory group to investigate the establishment of a Public Media Funding Commission. The Labour Government has placed public broadcasting as a top priority for the... Read more →
    The Government has confirmed the establishment of a four-member ministerial advisory group to investigate the establishment of a Public Media Funding Commission. The Labour Government has placed public broadcasting as a top priority for the... Read more →

  • A Little bit of Andrew with Lachlan
    A Little bit of Andrew with Lachlan
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    Published: 21 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Labour Minister Andrew Little joins Lachlan for their weekly chat. This week they discuss Labour's recent surge in the polls as well as the state of legal aid in Aotearoa.
    Labour Minister Andrew Little joins Lachlan for their weekly chat. This week they discuss Labour's recent surge in the polls as well as the state of legal aid in Aotearoa.

  • The Wire with Lachlan: Thursday 22nd February
    The Wire with Lachlan: Thursday 22nd February
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    Published: 21 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Justice Minister Andrew Little talks with Lachlan about legal aid and a recent surge in the polls for the Labour party, as well as Jackie Edmond from Family Planning NZ about abortion law reform. Jemima talks to AUT senior lecturer Lexie Ma... Read more →
    Justice Minister Andrew Little talks with Lachlan about legal aid and a recent surge in the polls for the Labour party, as well as Jackie Edmond from Family Planning NZ about abortion law reform. Jemima talks to AUT senior lecturer Lexie Ma... Read more →

  • Abortion law - time for reform
    Abortion law - time for reform
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    Published: 21 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    The government has announced plans to reform abortion law in Aotearoa. Justice Minister Andrew Little has begun the process, asking the law commission to look at the law as it stands and make recommendations for the future. Lachlan spoke wi... Read more →
    The government has announced plans to reform abortion law in Aotearoa. Justice Minister Andrew Little has begun the process, asking the law commission to look at the law as it stands and make recommendations for the future. Lachlan spoke wi... Read more →

  • The Wire with Reuben: Tuesday 13th February
    The Wire with Reuben: Tuesday 13th February
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    Published: 18 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Reuben and Leonard join forces to bring you a cracker of a show... First Nations woman Sarah Hunt speaks to Lillian Hanly about missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada and the recent acquittal of the man who had admitted to shooting... Read more →
    Reuben and Leonard join forces to bring you a cracker of a show... First Nations woman Sarah Hunt speaks to Lillian Hanly about missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada and the recent acquittal of the man who had admitted to shooting... Read more →

  • "The Rodney King of western Canada"
    "The Rodney King of western Canada"
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    Published: 18 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Lillian Hanly speaks to First Nations woman Sarah Hunt about missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada  They also discuss the recent acquittal of Gerard Stanley who had admitted shooting Colten Boushie. Boushie was shot after he and h... Read more →
    Lillian Hanly speaks to First Nations woman Sarah Hunt about missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada  They also discuss the recent acquittal of Gerard Stanley who had admitted shooting Colten Boushie. Boushie was shot after he and h... Read more →

  • Wednesday Wire: 14th of February
    Wednesday Wire: 14th of February
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    Published: 13 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    On todays Wire show we have an entertaining Dear Science segment talking about a link between asparagus and cancer, the measurement of 'Mole', and the year of the periodic table. Lillian talks to Tracey Martin about nationals change in lead... Read more →
    On todays Wire show we have an entertaining Dear Science segment talking about a link between asparagus and cancer, the measurement of 'Mole', and the year of the periodic table. Lillian talks to Tracey Martin about nationals change in lead... Read more →

  • A conversation around the University of Auckland's commitment to a Treaty Partnership
    A conversation around the University of Auckland's commitment to a Treaty Partnership
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    Published: 13 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    What does a Treaty Partnership look like in the context of the University of Auckland? A conversation with Mohi Allen, one of the leaders of the Māori Students Association, and Professor David Williams of the law school.
    What does a Treaty Partnership look like in the context of the University of Auckland? A conversation with Mohi Allen, one of the leaders of the Māori Students Association, and Professor David Williams of the law school.

  • The Cross Street Markets
    The Cross Street Markets
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    Published: 12 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Producer Leonard Powell caught up with Alison Reid, co-founder of the Cross Street Markets. Alison discusses how the markets came to be, what you can expect at them, and also her view on the changing dynamic of Karangahape Road.
    Producer Leonard Powell caught up with Alison Reid, co-founder of the Cross Street Markets. Alison discusses how the markets came to be, what you can expect at them, and also her view on the changing dynamic of Karangahape Road.

  • The Wire with Joel: Monday February 12th, 2018
    The Wire with Joel: Monday February 12th, 2018
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    Published: 11 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Joel Thomas hosts The Wire with Mary-Margaret Slack, and Sam Smith this Monday in which: Lillian Hanly talks to Auckland Uni law professor Andrew Eruiti about the royal commission into the treatment of children in state care. Joel talks to ... Read more →
    Joel Thomas hosts The Wire with Mary-Margaret Slack, and Sam Smith this Monday in which: Lillian Hanly talks to Auckland Uni law professor Andrew Eruiti about the royal commission into the treatment of children in state care. Joel talks to ... Read more →

  • Taxable Cryptocurrencies
    Taxable Cryptocurrencies
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    Published: 11 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Terry Baucher is the director of Baucher Consulting Limited, a specialist tax consultancy. Late last year he published an article on cryptocurrencies and the need for tax reform in relation to them. Before asking how we could tax cryptocurr... Read more →
    Terry Baucher is the director of Baucher Consulting Limited, a specialist tax consultancy. Late last year he published an article on cryptocurrencies and the need for tax reform in relation to them. Before asking how we could tax cryptocurr... Read more →

  • Andrew Eruiti on Abuse Investigation
    Andrew Eruiti on Abuse Investigation
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    Published: 11 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    The new government has launched a royal commission into the treatment of children in state care from 1950 to the end of 1999. Andrew Eruiti, an academic at the University of Auckland’s law school, is part of a group of law academics getting... Read more →
    The new government has launched a royal commission into the treatment of children in state care from 1950 to the end of 1999. Andrew Eruiti, an academic at the University of Auckland’s law school, is part of a group of law academics getting... Read more →

  • New Zealand's Housing and Homeless Hangover
    New Zealand's Housing and Homeless Hangover
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    Published: 11 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Housing Minister Phil Twyford has revealed the findings of his housing stock report. The report revealed New Zealand's housing and homelessness issues are worse than first feared with a shortage of emergency housing and a lack of affordable... Read more →
    Housing Minister Phil Twyford has revealed the findings of his housing stock report. The report revealed New Zealand's housing and homelessness issues are worse than first feared with a shortage of emergency housing and a lack of affordable... Read more →

  • Wire Worry Week: Waitangi
    Wire Worry Week: Waitangi
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    Published: 8 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Kelly speaks to Te Waka for Waitangi Week, who gives her opinion on the way the day is marked and what we need to implement moving forward. 
    Kelly speaks to Te Waka for Waitangi Week, who gives her opinion on the way the day is marked and what we need to implement moving forward. 

  • The Wire with Kelly: Friday 22 Dec
    The Wire with Kelly: Friday 22 Dec
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    Published: 21 Dec 2017 Duration: n/a
    95bFM: The Wire 95bFM's daily News and Current Affairs hour. Amanda Robinson, Mack Smith, Ximena Smith, Jogai Bhatt and Joel Thomas bring you the issues from Tāmaki Makaurau and elsewhere, in independent-thinking bFM style. http:... Read more →
    95bFM: The Wire 95bFM's daily News and Current Affairs hour. Amanda Robinson, Mack Smith, Ximena Smith, Jogai Bhatt and Joel Thomas bring you the issues from Tāmaki Makaurau and elsewhere, in independent-thinking bFM style. http:... Read more →