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95bFM: The Wednesday Wire with Jose Barbosa

The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays
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The Wednesday Wire Hosted By José Barbosa

12:00 News with Kim, weather, surf report.

12:15 AUSA Report with AUSA President Dan.

12:45 John Stansfield, CEO of the Problem Gambling Foundation of NZ
The Ministry of Health says it's still the poorest people who are being hit the hardest with problem gambling. José chats with John Stansfield about the issue and what needs to be done.

1:00 David Slack
The Slackster is in the house, he'll be talking about Taito Phillip Field's apology over his scandal involving Thai immigrants and about how it really isn't an apology.

1:15 Look Back In Anger
The two lead actors, Lucy Wigmore and Aaron Alexander, are in Studio to talk about the latest production of John Osborne's classic British play.

1:40 Pancha Naraynan, President of the Federation of Ethnic Councils
Don Brash's speech last Friday where he said immigrants have to share certain "bedrock values" of New Zealand society has ruffled somewhat. Pancha is on the Wire to give an immigrant's view.

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

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