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HOST: Noelle Mc Carthy - PRODUCER: Chris Garland - EDITORIAL DIRECTOR: Renee Mundy

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Today on The Wire

  • 12pm News with Renee
  • Katherine Kennard, Michael Lawrence, and Donogh Rees in studio , and very excited about their new play "Miss Julie", on at the Maidment during October. The Guardian sez 'there is no better drama about lust and hate'. Written over 100 years ago Miss Julie was considered so radical it was banned. Noelle finds out why?
  • AUSA Report with Chris Garland examines Auckland Universitys MEAT Club, yes, that's right, a meat club. Noelle finds out whay on earth, they think they need a club, on this day, World Vegetarian Day.
  • Penny Sefuiva from Auckland City Council and Tim Barnett join us disusssing the controversial council by laws surronding the Prostitution Reform Bill.
  • SAFE spokesperson and animal rights activist Anthony Terry on why we should care about shipments of animals from Australia to the Middle East.
  • Finally, our regulars, Green Dean on the Green Desk, and Monica Dwyer with the bFM Magazine Review.
  • Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

    From the desk of Renee Mundy, 95bFM Radio, News and Editorial Director


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