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Can You Adam and Eve It? w/ Rob Bollix: September 20, 2017

Can You Adam and Eve It? w/ Rob Bollix: September 20, 2017 Can You Adam and Eve It? w/ Rob Bollix: September 20, 2017, 16.59 MB
Wed 20 Sep 2017

Ahoy! Fatberg ahead! Rob discusses a massive whale sized blockage in the London Sewers. Gross!

Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: September 20, 2017

Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: September 20, 2017 Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: September 20, 2017, 28.5 MB
Wed 20 Sep 2017

As thousands of people have their flights disrupted by the fuel shortage at Auckland Airport; Mikey speaks to Phil about contingency planning for crisis at Auckland Airport. They also discuss the importance of participating in the general election & how Auckland will get its voice heard once the new governement is formed. 

Ready Steady Learn w/ Ron Samsom: September 20, 2017

Ready Steady Learn w/ Ron Samsom: September 20, 2017 Ready Steady Learn w/ Ron Samsom: September 20, 2017, 78.37 MB
Wed 20 Sep 2017

Ron Samson from the University of Auckland School of Music joins Mikey to talk improvisational Jazz! He gives us a rundown on The School of Music Festival taking place from 18 Sept - 01 October.

Madman DVD Review w/ Clayton Barnett: September 20, 2017

Madman DVD Review w/ Clayton Barnett: September 20, 2017 Madman DVD Review w/ Clayton Barnett: September 20, 2017, 12.4 MB
Wed 20 Sep 2017

Clayton joins Mikey to chat about French observational character drama The Country DoctorStarring François Cluzet (The Intouchables) and Marianne Denicourt.

Thanks to Madman!

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: September 20, 2017

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: September 20, 2017 95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: September 20, 2017, 287.04 MB
Wed 20 Sep 2017

A jam packed show today; Rob Bollix decribes a whale sized piece of crap stuck in the London Sewers; Phil Goff discusses Auckland Airports fuel crisis; UoA lecturer Ron Samson speaks on improvisational jazz; and Clayton reviews The Country Doctor.

Dear Science: Ig Nobel prizes, the hunt for a new element and the death of a nuclear hero

Dear Science: Ig Nobel prizes, the hunt for a new element and the death of a nuclear hero Dear Science: Ig Nobel prizes, the hunt for a new element and the death of a nuclear hero, 21.09 MB
Wed 20 Sep 2017

This week AUT's Allan Blackman joins us again to discuss this year's Ig Nobel prizes, how scientists are hoping to create a new periodic element and the death of Stanislav Petrov, they man who saved us all from nuclear war.

It's down to the wire in the Māori seats

It's down to the wire in the Māori seats It's down to the wire in the Māori seats , 9.66 MB
Wed 20 Sep 2017

As per usual, the Māori seats are throwing up a lot of interest this election with star candidates, royal endorsements and the possibility of a much-loved candidate being voted out. Reporter Sam Smith reviewed the battle for the Māori seats with the Hui producer Annabelle Lee.

How hard is it to live as a student?

How hard is it to live as a student? How hard is it to live as a student?, 15.78 MB
Wed 20 Sep 2017

Wire producer Reuben McLaren speaks to the President of New Zealand Union of Students Associations, Jonathan Gee about student well-being and livability. 

The Wednesday Wire: 20th of September 2017

The Wednesday Wire: 20th of September 2017 The Wednesday Wire: 20th of September 2017, 107.84 MB
Wed 20 Sep 2017

On todays show we have Sam Smith captaining our discussions into our election focused coverage on the problems of liveability in New Zealand. We delve into child poverty and transportation with New Zealand First's Tracey Martin. As per usual we get our minds blown by AUT's Allan Blackman talking about the IG-Nobel prize as well as how we avoided nuclear destruction during the cold war.

Scapegoating immigrants in New Zealand

Scapegoating immigrants in New Zealand Scapegoating immigrants in New Zealand , 27.02 MB
Wed 20 Sep 2017

Conversations about immigration have more often than not been about 'quality immigrants' this election, with some people getting tired and hurt by this rhetoric. Lillian Hanly speaks to a NZ born Chinese woman, and a Chinese immigrant about the effects of such discussions.