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The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays


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Producer: Simon Pound
Editorial Director: Renee Mundy

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Today on The Wire

  • Max Barry author of "Syrup" has recently released his new book "Jennifer Government", he joins us today from Australia
  • Jane Clifton, Listener Columnist and well clued up commentator
  • NewsBoys WORLD of Sport - Jeremy with his take on the Netball girls! Whaaahooooo! We won the World Cup!
  • And Ant Timpson, with an International Film review all the way from Los Angeles.
  • Coming up this week:

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


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