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The bFM WIRE - Thursday 24 November

The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays

Host: Simon Pound Producer: Imogen Neale

The Thursday Wire

12 00 b News with Will

12 15 Steve Crow – Executive Producer of Anal Mana – to talk about the backlash to the film that depicts colonial time inter-racial sex. Made with Government money. Shocking.

12 30 Mika – with his reaction to Anal Mana

12 45 Julia Serano is a transgender activist, performance artist, scientist and writer for numerous magazines. Imogen talked to her about transgenderism and the media based on an article she wrote for BITCH magazine called ‘Skirt Chaser’. She started off by asking her about transgender realities…

1 05 Deborah Coddington Act Education Spokesperson speaking about the politically skewed NCEA Economics exam questions.

1 20 Annette King is going to put a serious edge on the new sensible sex campaign launched under the jingle of ‘no rubber no hubba hubba’

1 30 Selwyn Manning of with Counter Clockwise.

1 45 Ant Timpson with the 95bfm film review

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