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The bFM WIRE Today Hosted by Simon Pound

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The Wednesday Wire. Host: Simon Pound - Producer: Imogen Neale.

12 00 bfm news with Will

12 15 Fiona Rae will be talking to us about the demise of flipside TV and commenting on the changes in television programming.

12 30 Dr Joan Wiffen CBE - Amatuer Paleontoligist who has been awarded the Morris Skinner Award by the United States-based Society of Vertebrate Palaeontology at its 64th annual meeting in Denver.

12 50 Julia Serano was interviewed by Imogen last week. She is a transgender scientist, activist and artist who sometimes writes for BITCH magazine. In this interview they discuss the some of the myths and mediated truths about transgenderism.

1 00 Luke Harwood - ex pro surfer, now an artist with an installation show starting up Thursday November 18th, 7.30pm, Wall Fabrics, 5-7 Galatos St, Newton.

1 15 Camilla had her weekly interview with Don Brash on b breakfast, this is what he had to say about the constitution, the foreshore and breastfeeding pups.

1 30 Alastair Thompson from 'Counter Clockwise'

1 45 Ant Timpson with the bfm film review

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