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The bFM WIRE Today Hosted by Simon Pound

The bFM WIRE Today Hosted by Simon Pound

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Thursday Wire with Simon Pound
Producer - Imogen Neale
12 00 News with Will, followed by weather and surf

12 20 David Irving - Controversial historian, who was invited by the National Press Club to address their members. Mr Irving was labelled a racist, anti-Semite and falsifier of history by a British judge in a libel case two years ago. Irving has hit the headlines by promising to fight any moves to keep him out of the country and by posting a US$1000 reward for information leading to the capture of those responsible for the desecration of two Jewish cemeteries in Wellington.

12 45 Christine Fletcher - Former Mayor of Auckland and contender in this years Mayoral race. A poll released yesterday revealed that between Fletcher and fellow candidate Bruce Hucker there are enough votes to unseat incumbent John Banks. Fletcher has asked Hucker to stand aside to allow her a clear run.

1 00 Dr Tracey McIntosh - University of Auckland academic talking to Imogen Neale

1 30 Alastair Thompson - scoop.co.nz - with In the House, his bi-weekly low down on the happenings in Wellington


1 45 Ant Timpson - with the 95bfm film review.

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