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The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays


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Host: Olivia Kember - Producer: Jeane Mowatt - Co Producer: Sarah Dillion Editorial & News Director: Renee Mundy.

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Today on The Wire

  • bNews with Aroha
  • Kelly Ana Morey author of "Bloom" A magic realist story set in a drug fuelled pub
  • The Skeptics society conference is being held in ChristChurch this week. Today we talk to Vicky Hyde Chair-Entity of Skeptics NZ, who this week awarded MP Phil Goff the "Bent Can Opener Award" for refusing to reopen the Peter Ellis Case. Bent Can Opener Award?? Exactly. We asked the same question... find out today.
  • The bnet Awards are hapening this Friday at the Bruce Mason Centre, on Aucklands great North Shore...today we speak to Oakley Grenell, of Otutahi All Stars, nominated for the Best DownBeat Release, direct from London.
  • Public pressure is building as the removal of the moratorium on genetically modified foods creeps closer. Today, we look at it from a very different angle, and discuss the benefits of GM to New Zealands economy. Norman Le Rocque joins us on "The Biz-ness".
  • CounterClockwise - an independent view on the collapse of the World Trade Organisation talks in Mexico this week, from SCOOP'S Selwyn Manning.
  • And we finish off today with the Book Review from Mark Easterbrook.
  • Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

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