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The bFM WIRE with Rebecca Wright: 12 - 2pm

The bFM WIRE with Rebecca Wright: 12 - 2pm

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The Monday WIRE with Rebecca Wright

Produced by Imogen Neale

12:00 bNews with Imogen. Weather and Surf with Rebecca

12:20 Health Science Professor Jim Mann University of Otago

Ag Research has been busy since the moratorium on Genetic Engineering was lifted last October, and have come up with a cunning way to make some serious coin with its thrush supermilk… but what about the cows? and what on earth is wrong with just taking medicine when you get sick? Is this just a frivolous indulgence in science for science’s sake? Professor Jim Mann from University of Otago on the Wire at 12.30.

12:45 Ken Shirley

Act MP Ken Shirley has a Private Members Bill currently before Parliament which seeks to water down New Zealand’s anti nuclear laws. Without the support of either major party its never going to get off the ground…but it will take up parliamentary time. Is this an abuse of the MMP process?

1:15 Davy Salmon

At one pm we’ll be going over to the dark side and shining a little light on our friends in the credit collection corner, Baycorp. For a generation of debtors, Baycorp shares may be a good investment. Davy Salmon an associate of Bfm and a lawyer will be on the show to have a chat about our defaulter friends at 1.15pm.

1:30 Camilla and Helen Clark

Replay of Camilla’s breakfast interview with Helen Clark who broached high-density housing, tax cuts and why Don Brash is stuttering, stumbling and making things up on the hoof…

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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