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95bFM: The Tuesday Wire with Noelle McCarthy

95bFM: The Tuesday Wire with Noelle Mc Carthy

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The Tuesday Wire Hosted by Noelle McCarthy

12.00 bNews with Golee. Weather and surf.

12.15 Dr Duncan Petrie.
Auckland University Film Department.
On the record number of entries from the Film Department in this years Auckland International Film Festival.

12.30 What Finlay Thinks.
With Finlay Mc Donald off The Book Show.

1.00 Bill Gosden.
Film Festival Director on the inclusion of the controversial film "Shortbus" in this year's programme.

1.15 Gordon Campbell.
The controversial case of Ahmed Zaoui has been hit by another delay.
A hearing to review the security risk certificate lodged against Mr Zaoui had been scheduled to begin in Auckland on August 7, but will now not go ahead.
Journalist Gordon Campbell has made a specialist study of the case.

1.30 The Green Desk...sort of.
Dr Roger Cook.
Campylobacter rates are going through the roof and it's all the fault of chicken. Is a ban on chicken, the "dirty nasty food of New Zealand" the answer?
NZFSA Principal Microbiologist Dr Roger Cook is on the Wire.

1.45 Mag Review with Imo.
Thanks Magazzino.

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