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The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays

The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays

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Host: Mark Easterbrook Producer: Olivia Kember Executive Producer: Renee Mundy


  • bFM News with Noellle
  • World famous author Morris Gleitzman joins Mark today. Moris is best known for his series teenagers ( and more than a few adults) love...such as Teachers Pet, Boy Overboard, Toad Heaven, Worry Warts, Misery Guts, and Bum Face. All titles bound to appeal to kids big and small. By all accounts, he's a great speaker and a very funny man...
  • The Prostitution Bill has it's final reading tonight.. Tim Barnett is urging MP's to vote on the reality of the situation, and not pass moral judgement. Mark E throws up the pro's and con's ... join Damian tomorrow for a full run down on tonight's result.
  • Green Dean gets some tips on Gardening for Winter Solstice, from Kay Baxter at Koanga Gardens on the Green Desk today
  • We hear what's up in the land of students with the AUSA report from Chris Garland
  • Olivia speaks to Gideon Haigh an Australian journalist who's just written the latest Australian Quarterly Essay on "the cult of the CEO". He talks about business and the worship of executives prevalent in todays ladder climbing it really all that?
  • And we get the best in print from Monica Dwyer with the Magazine Review.

  • Coming up this week:

  • Tomorrow Damian Christie talks Foreshores, and debates the outcome of the Prostitution Bill vote tonight...
  • Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

    From the desk of Renee Mundy, 95bFM Radio, News and Editorial Director

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