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The bFM WIRE Today Hosted by Wallace Chapman

The bFM WIRE Today Hosted by Wallace Chapman

The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays

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The Tuesday WIRE with Wallace Chapman. Produced by David Belgrave.

12:00 bNews with Will. Weather and Surf with Wallace.

12:30 Arts Hole with Sarah Hopkinson

Sarah’s got a full range of art swag in her bag. This week she brings some friends along to talk about, you guessed it, art.

12:45 Martyn Bomber Bradbury

Martyn Bomber Bradbury has taken on a new medium and moved into TV. His new show is on TV3 and racks the muck on investigative journalism in New Zealand. He wades into the show at 12:15 and gives us his view on the prevalence of press release journalism and who’s out there is really getting their hands dirty.

1:15 Alan Drain

Auckland based fashion turned art photographer has a new exhibition on at the Steamship Building on the waterfront. His work is a collection of portraits including one of bFM’s own Camilla Martian. Inspired by 1960s European cinema, Drain’s work is minimalist with black and white landscapes, relaxed models and natural lighting. Wallace asks him about how he seems to blend the influences cinema and kiwiana into his work.

1:30 Green Desk with Green Dean

At 1:15 Green Dean waltzes into the studio and does the environmental watootsie. Wallace gets served.

1:45 Mag Review with Imogen Neale.

This week Imogen will get snappy when Wallace fails to make love to the microphone during her review of Photography magazines.

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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