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BFM: The Wednesday Wire


The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays
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The Wednesday Wire Hosted By Randall Potter

12.00: News


12:15: The AUSA report


12.30: Professor Warren Brookbanks – AK University Law Faculty – on the the proposed abolishment of section 59 of the Crimes Act and potential repercussions.


12.45: A heated debate currently surrounds whose is responsible for the maintenance of the cross strait cable. Yet there exists a group that believes that the cable should be cut in the first step to South Island independence. Speaking to us about this improbable cause is Paul Gilbert from the South Island independence movement.


1.15: Dr Paul Buchanan on the increasing speculation that the United States is currently preparing to attack Iran.


2.00: Ends

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