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The 95bFM Thursday Wire with Simon Pound

The Thursday Wire with Simon Pound

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12 00 bfm news with Will

12 15 Mohammed Thompson is involved with The Voice of Islam a television series that airs on Triangle TV. He will be speaking to us about the how the program tries to spread positive messages about Islam.

12 30 David Smith, Chief Executive of the Society of Local Government Managers will be walking us through how it is that companies are allocated a vote in local body elections.

12 50 Stephen Tilley is a photographer who currently has an exhibition at the Disrupt Gallery on Krd in conjunction with Chris Graham. He will be coming in to talk to us about his photography.

1 00 Chris Graham - see above - has received a lot of attention recently for his creative works. He has a multiplicity of talents including music videos, films, adds and photography. He will be talking to us about his exhibition at Disrupt and some of the projects he has on the go.

1 15 Sociology Professor Greg Newbold will be commenting of the influx of Asian crime in New Zealand at the moment. Has there been an influx? Why are we seeing these types of crimes and what might these crimes indicate?

1 30 Selwyn Manning from with Counter Clockwise: Should the UN be reshaped or is it irreparable?

1 45 Ant Timpson with the weekly film review.

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