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The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays


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Host: Damian Christie - Producer: Simon Pound - Editorial Director: Renee Mundy

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Today on The Wire

  • bNews with Kate Buckley
  • Dr Joe Atkinson, lecturer in Political Studies and Media at Auckland University joins us to chat about the repurcussions of Bill Ralstons move to TVNZ.
  • The Clean Slate Bill is emerging from select committee stage ready for a full vote. Stephen Franks Justice Spokesperson oppoes the bill. We ask him why?
  • Nandoor Tancoz of the Green Party is the sponsor of this bill, he backs it and believes it's necessary. We also ask him, why?
  • Jeremy Wells is in this afternoon on Newsboys World of Sport discussing the All Black bonuses amongst other things..
  • And Ant Timpson with the Unitech Film Review
  • Coming up this week:

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


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