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A choca-block show. Rob Bollix ponders elephant sleeping patterns; Dr. Maria Walls reviews Risk, the Julien Assange doco; Phil Goff discusses affordability in Aucklands and its effect on school teachers; and Alex reviews Fear of the Walking Dead, available on NEON.
A super charged show featuring political commentary from David Slack; Delaney Mes tackling food questions which err on the side of bizzare; Tasty vinyl treats from Southbound Records; and a Theatre Guide with Sara Shirazi.
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.
This morning on breakfast Lillian joins Mikey to talk women's suffrage; For Viewmaster Alex recaps the 69th Annual Emmy Awards; Aaannndd the show is peppered with good tunes, banter and a quick game of "What am I?"
Mikey jumps head first into election week! Labour party leader Jacinda Arden discusses partnering with the Greens; Jenna reviews Riot Days by Maria Alyokhina from Russian band Pussy Riot; And Mikey & Jonny ask Ange about their eczema.
bFM broadcasts live from Real Groovy! Mikey chats to Fabian Fanboy about Transparent; Dr. Kirsten Zemke explores the soothing world of bagpipes. And we have live performances from Reb Fountain & Randa.
Today on the show Rob Bollocks sheds light on the discovery of a 14,000 year old village found in British Columbia; Dr. Maria Walls gives us her thoughts on bleak post-World War historical drama "Land of Mine"; and Phil Goff discusses whether quality and workmanship are being sacrificed in the Auckland building boom.
Performance/video artist Ross Sutherland is bringing his Edinburgh Fringe award winning show Stand By For Tape Back-Up to the Hollywood Avondale for one night only. Mike talks to Ross about venues, lost formats, grandparents, and how the pop culture of your childhood can leave indelible marks on your grey matter.
Grab your tickets for tomorrow night's performance HERE.
Treat night but w/ a list of pregnancy concerns (unpasteurised cheese; undercooked meats; lurking raw egg...)? Delaney's not only got the recommendations for you, but all the goss from the Taste festival. Which chef drinks when they're nervous? Which had the most selfie hounds? C'mon, dish...
The mayor's a busy man, Auckland. ...But never too busy for the bFM listenership. Not shying away from the hard questions, Mike asks His Worship about travel expenditure, port sludge and good ol' Auckland rates.
Prepare to have your mind(s) blown in this Can You Adam & Eve It?: Special Edition. Mike and Rob are joined by traveller/author Maya Lynch in studio as she lets us in on the nigh-unbelievable true stories behind her new work, The Samoan Pyramid. Open up, tune in, buzz out... Trust us, you don't want to miss this one.
For all you conspiracy theorists and anti-establishment wonks out there, Maria's got a film for you. From the brains of Michael Moore, Glann Greenwald and Amy Goodman comes All Governments Lie, a documentary that looks at journalistic ethics in the age of spin and 'fake news'.
With the madness of hand-in for the Elam Graduate Art Show only _just_ behind her, Vikki's in studio to talk about how the proliferation of screens affect the viewing politics of art. Is the advent of the infinite screen scroll democratizing art? Or homogenizing it?