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Political Commentary w/ Rod Oram: May 25, 2017

Political Commentary w/ Rod Oram: May 25, 2017 Political Commentary w/ Rod Oram: May 25, 2017, 20.29 MB
Thu 25 May 2017

What's in the budget, eh? Released at 2pm today, Rod and Mikey take educated guesses at its contents and what they may for the average voter. With a sidebar appearance from the law student currently suing Climate Change Minister Paula Bennett, Sarah Thomson. (Good name, that one.)

Who Arted with Aimée Ralfini

Who Arted? Hye Rim Lee + Anita Totha Who Arted? Hye Rim Lee + Anita Totha, 23.58 MB
Thu 25 May 2017

Hye Rim Lee and Anita Totha chat with Aimee about their upcoming exhibition Newphotomedia.

Who Arted Aimee Ralfini 95bFM Morning Glory

From the Crate w/ Troy Ferguson: May 25, 2017

From the Crate w/ Troy Ferguson: May 25, 2017 From the Crate w/ Troy Ferguson: May 25, 2017, 33.45 MB
Thu 25 May 2017

LP exploration with the ever-knowledgeable Troy, featuring the following new and/or re-releases:

  • The Skatalites - Independence Ska & The Far East Sound
  • Burial - Subtemple 10"
  • Evan Dando - Baby I'm Bored

Thanks to Southbound Records.

NZMM Live Session w/ milk: May 25, 2017

NZMM Live Session w/ milk: May 25, 2017 NZMM Live Session w/ milk: May 25, 2017, 31.81 MB
Thu 25 May 2017

Reuben Winter's (Totems / P.H.F. / Caroles / Roidz) "emo guitar" project, milk, play live from the bFM office for the third of our NZ Music Month Breakfast Live to Airs.

Thanks to NZ on Air.

Fuck off Fascism Week: modern day fascism

Fuck off Fascism Week: modern day fascism Fuck off Fascism Week: modern day fascism, 10.52 MB
Thu 25 May 2017

Fuck off Fascism Week continues on the Wire: every day this week we’ll be talking to academics, activists and other insightful voices about the concept of fascism and its return to the global political conversation. Today, Wire Producer Harry looks into just what constitutes a fascist state, what exactly makes a modern day fascist, and talks with Giacomo Lichtner from Victoria University about fascism in today's political climate.

South Auckland and the media

South Auckland and the media South Auckland and the media, 9.77 MB
Thu 25 May 2017

Talking Southern Auckland recently published a piece highlighting the bias, binary labels and language employed when covering issues pertaining to South Auckland - and the impact this has on the communities and individuals that inhabit it. Wire host Jogai Bhatt caught with the author of the piece, Te Waha Nui journalist Brandon Ulfsby, to learn a little more about the nuances of reporting on South Auckland in a mainstream media landscape.

Mental health funding a must for suicide prevention

Mental health funding a must for suicide prevention Mental health funding a must for suicide prevention, 4.29 MB
Thu 25 May 2017

Discussions around the mental health sector and issues of under-funding are becoming increasingly relevant with the election right around the corner, and more-so with the upcoming Budget announcement for 2017. bFM reporter Katie Doyle catches up with the Green Party's Julie Anne Genter for more.
 

Andrew Little on Budget 2017

Andrew Little on Budget 2017 Andrew Little on Budget 2017, 11.11 MB
Thu 25 May 2017

Labour's Andrew Little is back for our weekly chat. This week, Jogai discusses the government Budget announcement and concerns in the mental health sector.

State of the States with Nick Sawhney

State of the States with Nick Sawhney State of the States with Nick Sawhney, 9.29 MB
Thu 25 May 2017

That's right, our weekly Thursday feature State of the States has returned! We have some exciting new correspondents we'll be working with from WNYU News, which is the news department of New York University's radio station. This week, we hear from Nick Sawhney, who spoke to Wire Producer Harry Willis earlier this morning. 

Graveyard with Hunter: Thursday May 25, 2017

Graveyard with Hunter: Thursday May 25, 2017 Graveyard with Hunter: Thursday May 25, 2017, 211.28 MB
Thu 25 May 2017