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The bFM WIRE With Paul Casserly: 12 - 2pm

The bFM WIRE With Paul Casserly: 12 - 2pm

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Host: Paul Casserly. - Producer:Randall Potter.

12.00: News

12.15: Helen Clark. A replay of the Prime Minister's weekly interview on bFM Breakfast.

12.30: Karl Du Fresne. Today is world press freedom day. Talking to us about its importance and how New Zealand rates in regards to freedom of press is Karl Du Fresne, ex editor of the Dominion Post.

12.45: The Reality Rissole

1.00: Clive Matthew-Wilson. Is that car your driving actually any good? Or are you driving unwittingly driving a lemon? If you want to know for sure then you should check The Dog and Lemon Guide, locally made to set you straight on your wheels. We talk with editor Clive Matthew-Wilson.

1.15: Devil Gate Drive. Papakura's finest are playing a bFM live-to-air for New Zealand Music Week. Lead singer Sam is on the Wire.

1.30: The TV guide. With Rohani.

1.45 Newsboys World Of Sport. With Jeremy Wells

The Wire, 12-2pm weekdays, 95bFM. Listen online at

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

From the desk of Noelle McCarthy, 95bFM Radio, News and Editorial Director

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