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The Wednesday Wire with Wallace Chapman

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The Wednesday Wire with Wallace Chapman - Produced by Damien Lay.


12:00 - bFM news, Weather & Surf Report.

12.10 - AUSA Report with Kate Sutton.

12.30 - 93 year old Felix Manksfield witnessed history. The very first performance of Gershwins Rhapsody in Blue.

1:00 - Our Hard Word for this week. Critic Hamish Keith on The Walter Prize. It is out major art prize. Our version of the Tates Turner. But esteemed art critic thinks it is junk. He'll be in studio.

1:15 - Lois Daish Food writer lois Daish on the great kiwi vs aussie bbq off.Why are we so big on barbies?

1:40 - Geek of the Week this week. Professor David Penny Evolution expert takes out highest award. The Rutherford medal is out top science prize - He says that basically meat eating made us human.

1:50 - Book Review Olivia Kember What happen then, Mr Bones? By Charlotte Randall.

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial. From the desk of Noelle McCarthy News and Editorial Director Radio 95bfm


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