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The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays

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The Tuesday Wire with Noelle McCarthy
Producer: Jen Craddock

12.00 - News with Rebecca. Weather and surf reports.

12.15 - Kate Sylvester.

The top designer takes a breather from the glitz and glam of Fashion Week to talk about her latest collection, and how she chooses music for the catwalk.

12.45 - Gallery.

Arts correspondent Sarah Hopkinson is in the studio with the bi-weekly rundown of gallery happenings from aruond the city.

1.00 - Green Desk. Environmental issues with Green Dean.

1.15 - Rodney Hide.

The government's called an inquiry into John Tamihere's golden handshake, but the Act leader says that's not good enough. Does he have more allegations up his sleeve. And is he just exploiting the furore to pull his party up in the ratings?

1.30 - Lindsay Rea.

There are controversial plans for new pub and shopping comlex in the low-key suburb of Kingsland. Resident and local community board member Lindsay Rea sorts the facts from the rumours.

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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