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Monday Wire, with Noelle McCarthy

The Wire.

12.00 bNews with Kat. Weather and Surf.

12.15 Rod Donald.
Politicians and environmental campaigners from all over the world are today paying tribute to Green Party co-leader Rod Donald. Here we replay the last interview he gave bFM on October 18th.

12.30 Helen Clark
A replay of this mornings interview on bFM Breakfast.

12.45 Dr Ken Shortridge.
Dr Shortridge is an Australian Virologist from Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong. He's Head of the Emerging Pathogens Group studying the epidemiology of influenza viruses in Hong Kong.
Dr. Shortridge and his group had identified the influenza virus H5N1 in chickens in HK . This finding then lead to the control of the disease.

1.00 Tim Watkin.
Helen Clark is at the top but she still says it's daft. Listener Deputy Editor Tim Watkin is on the Wire to talk about this years Power list.

1.15 Dick Hubbard.
Auckland City mayor calls in for his monthly chat.

1.45 Kris Berger with the magazine review.
This week two mags from the UK- TateEtc and Prospect

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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