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The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays

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The Monday Wire.
Host: Randall Potter Producer:Noelle Mc Carthy

12.00: bNews with Jen. Weather and surf

12.15: Euan Galloway.

Senior pharmacy official with the Pharmaceutical Association of New Zealand on the proposals for making xenical available over the counter at pharmacies. What are the pro's and cons of making the weight loss drug more readily available? Is this a new trend in drug distribution?

12.30: TV addict with Rohani Evans.

Televisual highlights phoned in from up North..

12.45: The reality rissole. Pop culture commentary with Nick D'angelo.

1.00: Matt Bowden.

The STANZ spokesman and maker of herbal highs, on AngelCare,a mobile counseling service for the drug taking public. He's on the recruitment drive for volunteers who know their party drugs to offer counsel and free herbals to tuckered-out clubbers. A public sevice or really neat PR? Matt Bowden is on the Wire.

1.30: Alastair Thompson.

The electronic voting debacle is rolling on in the U.S., with a prominent advocate of the process steeping down from office amid controversy. Alastair Thompson of Scoop.co.nz helped break the story internationally and he joins us to discuss the situation today.

1.45 Newsboy's world of sport. with Jeremy Wells.

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial. From the desk of Noelle McCarthy News and Editorial Director Radio 95bfm


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