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bFM WIRE Today With Noelle Mc Carthy 12 - 2pm


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The Tuesday Wire: Host: Noelle Mc Carthy - Producer: Kris Berger.

12.00 b News with Richard Larsden. Weather and surf.

12.15 b Fashion.Wallace Chapman speaks to Murray Bevan from Auckland's Showroom 22, New Zealand's first fashion PR agency.

12.30 Teresa Patterson. Its New Zealand music week on 95bFM. Teresa has been in the music business for nigh on ages. She's currently managing rock's newest white hopes The Have and she's in studio to talk about her experiences in the industry.

12.45 Dr. Jill Greer . A recent world sex survey by condom manufacturer Durex rated New Zealand 10th equal with Croatia for unprotected sex. A newspaper report yesterday dubbed the Bay of Plenty the "chlamydia capital" of New Zealand. A spokesperson from the Family Planning Association says the latest STD figures are symptomatic of a national crisis. Chief Executive of the FPA Dr. Jane Greer is on the Wire today.

1.00 The Green Desk, with Green Dean. Steve Abel is a guest today talking about the impending visit of the Rainbow Warrior.

1.25 Colleen Tuuta-Parihaka. BFM's Jen Craddock went to New Plymouth recently and talked to Parihaka descendant Colleen Tuuta. Parihaka is undergoing a renaissance, and Tuuta is the coordinator of a redevelopment survey for the Ministry of Maori Development. She discusses the history of Parihaka and the effect of history on those who live there now.

1.45 The Magazine review with Monica Dwyer.

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

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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