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95bFM: The Tuesday Wire with Noelle McCarthy

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The Tuesday Wire Hosted By Noelle Mc Carthy

Hosted by Noelle Mc Carthy
Produced by Rori Leonrd.

12.00 bNews, Weather and surf with Rori

12.30 Greg Newbold.
Criminal expert and Associate Professor of Sociology at Canterbury University.
The latest wave of school shootings has left several students dead and wounded in schools across North America. What is it about American school environments that lends itself to this sort of violent crime? Are American schools inherently unsafe, and could the trend spread?

12.45 Carolyn Christov Bakarge-ev
An internationally renowned curator and writer in the field of contemporary art, Backarge-ev arrived here on Sunday. Tonight at a swanky gala dinner in the Auckland Art Gallery she will announce the winner of the 2006 Walters Prize, the richest contemporary art prize in NZ. It's the 3rd year the prize has been awarded and it has attracted some controversy in the past. Bakarge-ev talks about the 4 finalists and what they say about contemporary art here in NZ

1.15 The Arts Hole.
More art talk. With Pocky.

1.30 The Magazine review
With Kris

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