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95bFM Breakfast with Tess: July 17, 2018

95bFM Breakfast with Tess: July 17, 2018 95bFM Breakfast with Tess: July 17, 2018, 321.85 MB
Tue 17 Jul 2018

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Never fear, Tess is here bringing you a more mellow morning; While His Worship is saturated in the media with court cases and all sorts, we get official word from the Man himself; Andy Deere graces us in studio to talk about his film, Bludgeon (2018), teaching us about good ol' medieval battles; Amelia reviews The Green Fog (2018) and yep, it's good; and Tess is going into the future with the University of Auckland's Danny Osborne, what will politics look like? It's grim; But hey, Tess reckons she might have a tune or two to brighten up your Tuesday.

Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: July 17, 2018

Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: July 17, 2018 Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: July 17, 2018, 19.76 MB
Tue 17 Jul 2018

Mike is away so Tess and Phil are having an ol' catch up this morning. His Worship is being summoned apparently, so we're getting word from the man himself on what's going on. Phil also knows about ~art~ and is talking newly proposed statue at Bastion Point. 

Police Stations with Stuart Nash: July 17 2018

Police Stations with Stuart Nash: July 17 2018 Police Stations with Stuart Nash: July 17 2018, 11.38 MB
Tue 17 Jul 2018

Police Minister Stuart Nash has said there could be more smaller police bases opening in townships around the country. Last week, he opened one in Beachlands, so Olivia Holdsworth asked him about these initiatives.

My Morning Mixtape w/ The Situations: July 17, 2018

My Morning Mixtape w/ The Situations: July 17, 2018 My Morning Mixtape w/ The Situations: July 17, 2018, 33.9 MB
Tue 17 Jul 2018

Samuel from The Situations came up and shared some of his favourite tunes and why he likes them. Check out what he picked...

The Velvet Underground - What Goes On
Best Bets - All Road Lead Back
David Graham - Too In For the Out Crowd (Too Out For the In Crowd)
 

Problematic Legal Precedents with Gill Greer: July 17 2018

Problematic Legal Precedents with Gill Greer: July 17 2018 Problematic Legal Precedents with Gill Greer: July 17 2018, 23.77 MB
Tue 17 Jul 2018

Graham Rowe, a 61 year old man, has been convicted three times of non-consensually taking photographs of young women and girls. On one of the occasions, he was issued a trespass notice by police. A few weeks ago, his conviction for taking photos of two underage girls wearing bikinis at beach, was quashed. His lawyer said that “if they didn’t want to be snapped, they shouldn’t have worn bikinis”. Mary-Margaret spoke to Gill Greer, President of National Women’s Council, about the problematic precedent this sets, and the wider right to respect within society.

Ready Steady Learn w/ Danny Osborne: July 17, 2018

Ready Steady Learn w/ Danny Osborne: July 17, 2018 Ready Steady Learn w/ Danny Osborne: July 17, 2018, 76.84 MB
Tue 17 Jul 2018

Transporting into the future with the University of Auckland's Danny Osborne, what can we get excited about for 2030 in the realm of politics? Or... not get excited about? Talking about collective action and spiralling polarisation and democratic renewal, Danny Osborne is the expert. 

US Supreme Court Changes with Maria Armoudian: July 17, 2018

US Supreme Court Changes with Maria Armoudian: July 17, 2018 US Supreme Court Changes with Maria Armoudian: July 17, 2018, 9.89 MB
Tue 17 Jul 2018

Reporter Sam Smith spoke with US politics lecturer Maria Armoudian about the the new nomination for the US Supreme Court. 

Interview w Dr. Negar Partow: July 17th, 2018

Interview w/ Dr. Negar Partow: July 17th, 2018 Negar Partow: July 17th, 2018, 17.52 MB
Tue 17 Jul 2018

On the International Desk, Conor looks at the recent airstrikes on Gaza and the geo-political consequences of this flare in the Israel-Palestine conflict. We talk with Senior Lecturer on Security Studies at Massey University Dr. Negar Partow about the political consequences of these actions within Israel as well as in relation to the current Iran-Saudi regional proxy war

Interview w/ Greens Co-Leader & Climate Change Minister James Shaw: July 17th, 2018

Interview w/ Greens Co-Leader & Climate Change Minister James Shaw: July 17th, 2018 Interview w/ Greens Co-Leader & Climate Change Minister James Shaw: July 17th, 2018, 17.3 MB
Tue 17 Jul 2018

This week on the Green Desk, we’re keeping it kakariki. Jack Marshall chats with Greens co-leader and Climate Change Minister James Shaw. Public consultation on the Net Zero-Carbon bill is coming to an end, so Jack asked Minister Shaw what this bill will look like going forward.

 

NZIFF bMovies w/ Andy Deere and Amelia Berry: July 17, 2018

NZIFF bMovies w/ Andy Deere and Amelia Berry: July 17, 2018 NZIFF bMovies w/ Andy Deere and Amelia Berry: July 17, 2018, 63.8 MB
Tue 17 Jul 2018

This weeks on bMovies, Director Andy Deere is one half of the brains behind Bludgeon, the documentary about competitive medieval combat in New Zealand. Swords. Axes. Armour. The name says it all. And 95bFM's Amelia Berry reviews The Green Fogshe reckons it encapsulates funny art. The film is a modern love letter to Hitchcock's Vertigo, cut together from clips of iconic San Franciscan films and TV shows. A surreal romp through cinematic history.