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The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays

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The Thursday Wire.
Host: Simon Pound
Producer:Noelle Mc Carthy.

12.00 News with Will. Surf and weather.

12.15 Prof. Margaret Mutu.

Auckland University Professor and Maori academic Margaret Mutu is on the Wire to discuss the "civil war" comments that so incensed Wayne Mapp at yesterdays foreshore and seabed submissions hearing.

12.30 Michael Badnarik

Libertarian Party candidate for the US Presidential election - discussing policy, chances and the pursuit of no gun-control.
Live from Santa Barbara (!)

12.50 Dr. Paul Hutchison

National Party Spokesperson on ACC - talking about the link he sees between re-nationalisation of the ACC and a rise in accident numbers.

1.30 Alastair Thompson

In The House with the co-editor of Scoop.co.nz

1.45 Ant Timpson

The bFM film review

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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