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Steve Hart Radio Show: Pink Floyd Tribute

Pink Floyd tribute

In this week's Steve Hart Radio Show - with Auckland journalist Steve Hart – Scottish-based Pink Floyd tribute band - Pond Floyd - explain why they decided to emulate one of the world's biggest rock bands.

There's a special report on radiation in Fukushima - as the nuclear power plant disaster continues to unfold.

We find out why journalists are running scared in Mexico, and why a coal mining company is accused of pollution in the Caribbean.

The radio show features music from Lee Maddeford, and Jodie Hart, from FilmFreak.co.nz, returns for this week's movie review.

For one whole hour of news from New Zealand, the UK and the USA, listen to the Steve Hart Radio Show at www.SteveHart.co, or search for it on iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, Spreaker, Miro and YouTube.

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