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Host: Noelle McCarthy Producer: David Belgrave.

Our final show for the year!

12:00 bNews with David. Weather and Surf with Noelle.

12:15 Deborah Manning.

It’s been a big year for Ahmed Zaoui and his lawyer Deborah Manning. Deborah talks to Noelle about the past few months and her hopes for the New Year.

12:30 Jonathan Milne

It’s the first silly-season for the Weekend Herald. The new paper’s politics editor, Jonathan Milne, lands in Auckland to tell stories of power and greed in our nation’s capital. He also gives us his predictions for the New Year.

1:00 Sarah the Arts Bandit Sarah the Arts Bandit swings aboard the good ship b with muskets a’blazin’. She’ll tell us about the Art that was hot in 2004 while she ties us up and makes off with all the gold and silver in the studio.

1:15 Kate Dickey

Kate Dickey from the Prostitutes Collective tells us about the first year of a decriminalised sex trade.

1:30 Green Desk with Green Dean

Green Dean takes time-out from feeding the Elephants at the Zoo to report from the Green Desk. For our final week Dean is going to dress up as Green Santa and tell us who’s been naughty and nice to the environment. But I’m sure the bad boys wont get a lump coal; they’ll probably something more renewable instead…

1:45 Mag Review with Imogen Neal.

Imogen gives us her pick of the MAG OF THE YEAR! It’s sure to be a corker.

OK, that’s us for the year. Noelle and David would like to that everyone that’s come on the show this year and made the WIRE totally awesome. Special thanks to our feature guests and contributors: Green Dean, Sarah Hopkinson, Oliver Driver, Kris Berger, Imogen Neal, Jonathan Milne, Jen Craddock and all the boys at Have a Super Christmas and a festive New Year.

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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