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A selection of interviews and highlights from Breakfast (airs weekdays 6 - 9am) in MP3 format. To listen, use one of the players listed here.


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MP3 Ant Sang Interview

MP3, 8m26s, 7.7MB, first broadcast 21 October 2014

Ant Sang talks to Zac about the release of the collected edition of his 'Dharma Punks' comic PERMALINK


MP3 Craccum

MP3, 6m14s, 5.7MB, first broadcast 21 October 2014

The Editors of Craccum talk to Zac for the last time! PERMALINK


MP3 Genre Rules

MP3, 11m44s, 2.7MB, first broadcast 17 October 2014

Kirsten Zemke about the Baroque genre and it's influence on modern-day music. PERMALINK


MP3 Political Commentary with David Slack

MP3, 9m51s, 2.3MB, first broadcast 16 October 2014

David slack talks to Zac about: Changing the flag Getting involved with Isis Labour leadership PERMALINK


MP3 Royal Blood Interview

MP3, 9m05s, 2.1MB, first broadcast 16 October 2014

Zac talks to Ben Thatcher from Royal Blood about the band and their ascent to success PERMALINK


MP3 NIMBYs w. Natasha

MP3, 7m10s, 1.6MB, first broadcast 15 October 2014

Natasha talks to Zak about a band she found in Melbourne called Constant Mongrel. PERMALINK


MP3 Browns Town (with Penny Hulse)

MP3, 8m26s, 1.9MB, first broadcast 15 October 2014

Penny talks about the drop of pesticide 1080 in the Hunua ranges next winter, and what concession Auckland Council have done for central government. PERMALINK


MP3 Choice Cuts w. Dariush

MP3, 8m21s, 1.9MB, first broadcast 15 October 2014

Dariush from Cazador restaurant discusses preparing and making beef (or venison) Wellington! PERMALINK


MP3 Lawline

MP3, 12m36s, 2.9MB, first broadcast 15 October 2014

95bFM's resident lawyer, Dominion Law's Tim Riley, give our listeners advice. PERMALINK


MP3 Craccum

MP3, 8m39s, 2MB, first broadcast 14 October 2014

Kit & Ana are in studio to talk about this week's edition of Craccum and the magazine's experience hosting this years Aotearoa Press Association Awards. PERMALINK


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