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Thursday Wire with Simon Pound - Producers - Matt Nippert, Genevieve O'Halloran

NZ Music Week - 100% NZ Music

12 00 bNews with Rob

12 15 Tariana Turia - The biggest news this week - Mrs Turia announced she would leave the Labour Party over opposition to the Foreshore and Seabed legislation. She joins us to talk about this decision and about her opinion on her portrayal in the media in the last month.

12 45 Wyatt Creech - Nuked up NZ? Mr Creech led the National Party review on their party's Nuclear policy. The review seems to want it both ways - repeal the legislation but in practice still deny nuclear powered vessels the right to visit. To counter this suggestion and hopefully clear things up a little Wyatt Creech joins us via cellphone.

1 00 Live-to-air as part of NZ Music week on the b - Breakin Wreckwordz showcase

1 30 In the House with Alastair Thompson of scoop.co.nz

1 45 Film Review with Ant Timpson.

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

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


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