Today on your bFM Breakfast: Rachel's excited about some upcoming tours; Rick promises we'll be fine for Drive Island tomorrow; David Slack's been thinking about maunga; Leisha's been thinking about hangover cures; Danielle sends in a sneak peek of her Church & AP interview; Troy makes a stop at 'the hole in the road'; Amelia's celebrating Kirikiriroa's finest - and apparently, so are you.
For those that abstain from the demon drink - good on you. For those that don't - Leisha's here with some edible (and drinkable, let's be honest) hangover cures for those mornings when you need some exxxxtra help.
This week's 'Short Player' is a sneak preview of Church & AP's debut record 'Teeth' which comes out on November 15th! Tune in to hear Danielle chat to the boys about writing bars, wrestlers and their single 'Hello Hello'. Make sure you head along to their release gig tomorrow night at Galatos: be there or be prepared for some serious FOMO!
Justin talks to Justice Minister Andrew Little on the government's new firearms legeslation, a government bill on sexual violence victims, as well as his thoughts on the new Sustainable New Zealand party and Bird of the Year results.
International Desk talks about Bolivia and its ousted president Evo Morales
Mary-Margaret talked Peter Thompson of Victoria University on the possibility of a new public media entity replacing TVNZ and Radio New Zealand.
Justin talked to Justice Minister Andrew Little about the government's new legeslations regarding firearms and sexual violence victims and the new Sustainable New Zealand party and Bird of the Year results.
Mary-Margaret also talked to Auckland University's Siouxsie Wiles about the Wellington City Council's claim that breasfeeding in pools could cause contamination.