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bFM’s Last WIRE for 03: With Noelle McCarthy

bFM’s Last WIRE for 03: With Noelle McCarthy:

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On the Wire today with Noelle McCarthy:


It's the last Wire for the Year!

SPCA head Bob Kerridge talks about NZ pussy.

12.30 Kate Dicky, from the Prostitutes' Collective, talks about er... the year from her perspective

Santa drops in.

1.15 Brian LeGros from Auckland stripclub Whitehouse looks back at an exciting year for the sex industry

Act MP Rodney Hide gives us his take on 2003.

The Magazine wrap-up with Monica Dwyer

Merry Xmas everyone!

Host: Noelle McCarthy Producer: Kris Berger

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