Top Scoops

Book Reviews | Gordon Campbell | Scoop News | Wellington Scoop | Community Scoop | Search

 

95bFM: The Monday Wire with Imogen Neale

The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays
Click for
bFM
For links toWindows Media Player & 128kbps Streams Go To:
http://www.95bfm.com/default,live.sm

The Monday Wire Hosted By Imogen Neale

12:20 Adam Feeley chief executive of the Eden Park Redevelopment Board.

There are still a lot of questions about the park's redevelopment – will it be finished in time, is there enough money, will the new design work both during and after the world cup – Adam will join us to talk through the redevelopment at 12.20.

12:40:Local film maker Roseanne Liang

She is back at this year's Film Festival with her short film 'Take 3'.

'Take 3' is about three young actresses, an audition and Asian stereotypes. Reviewers have described it as a crowd favourite black comedy and Roseanne has already taken the film to the Berlin film festival where it achieved a special mention.

1: Natalie Medlock

Natalie and her partner Dan Musgrove co-wrote the two story play - called A Horse Story: Blinkers and Spurs – and it's about to open a short season in Auckland at the Basement.

In Blinkers, Amy the slovenly punk rock fantasist and Monty the fastidious librarian with horsey-habits come together over macaroni cheese and in Spurs, set in the American Wild West, a cowboy on the run has a life changing meeting with an Indian.

1.20: gadget guy Peter Griffin

Talking about the media and the science community and why it is the two seem so unwilling to talk to each other. Do we need more media coverage of science? Does the scientific community make itself available for comment?

1.40: Beatrix Coles

Takes a look at the latest addition of Ad Busters – the magazine that represents global network of culture jammers…


Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Top Scoops Headlines

 

Any Questions: Scoop Launches New Q&A Website

It’s an easy way to find out party positions and allows you to view candidates’ answers side by side. It’s also a way for you to make your voice heard this election, and get the parties talking about the things that are important to you. More>>

ALSO:

Rawiri Taonui: The Maori Election

The election battle for the Maori seats 2017 opened last year when Maori Party President Tuku Morgan announced a peace deal with the Mana Movement aimed at securing all the Maori seats and holding the balance of power. More>>

Scoop HiveMind Project: Universal Basic Income - Are We Up For It?

This is an opportunity for you as one of the 4 million potential funders and recipients of a Universal Basic Income to collectively consider the issue:
1. Is UBI is a desirable policy for New Zealand; and
2. How should a UBI system work in practice. More>>

ALSO:

Lyndon Hood: National Announces Plan To Hit Youth With Big Mallets

The National party has announced its youth justice policy, which includes a controversial plan for recidivist serious youth offenders to be hit over the head with a comically large rubber mallet. More>>

ALSO:

Lyndon Hood: This ->

It's been brought to my attention that Labour's new campaign slogan is "Let's do this". A collective call to action. A mission. I myself was halfway out of the couch before I realised I wasn't sure what it was I was supposed to do. More>>

ALSO:

Scoop Hivemind Report: What New Zealanders Think About Affordable Housing

Ordinary citizens have had very few venues where they can debate and discuss as to what they believe has led to the crisis in affordable housing and how we might begin to address this. The HiveMind on affordable housing was about redressing the balance. More>>

ALSO: