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The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays

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The Monday Wire.
Host: Rebecca Wright
Producer: Imogen Neale

12 00 b news with Imogen Neale, Surf and Weather with Rebecca

12 20 Dr Tim Dare from Auckland University is coming on the show at 12.20 to talk about the ethics of a public company, NZ Post, canvassing for marketing information – Can they justify making more junk mail for you and me so they make more profit?

12 40 In Christchurch you can go to a nos bar where you can buy a nos balloon to go with your vodka tonic, or pop into one of many shops trading in nitrous oxide and herbal high pills. Or for the more apathetic you can have it delivered to your doorstep by calling 021 getnos. Mark from Cosmic Corner on Highstreet in Christchurch will be joining us at 12.40.

1 00 At 1pm I’ll be replaying this mornings interview with Helen Clark from Camilla’s Breakfast.

1.20 Wallace is back with another Behind the Scenes look at Auckland’s arts and culture offerings.

1.40 Jane Clifton is coming on the wire in place of Pamela Stirling to talk about opinion polls and the tendency of the media in NZ to pad stories out so there isn’t just dead air.

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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