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Wednesday One To Four, Weds 19 February, 2020

Wednesday One To Four, Weds 19 February, 2020 Wednesday One To Four, Weds 19 February, 2020, 326.48 MB
Wed 19 Feb 2020

 

Featuring: 

Clear Path Ensemble by Clear Path Ensemble as the Play It Out album for the week  
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'And I Always Will (So Let's Celebrate)' by THE AXE, in response to "separation feeling" for the Emotional Request of the week (out to the number ending in 161)

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: February 19, 2020

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: February 19, 2020 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: February 19, 2020, 322.05 MB
Wed 19 Feb 2020

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Ah, Wednesday, almost the end of the week, right Rach? Close enough; the Prime Minister dials in catch up with Rachel about some important topics in Aotearoa; Rob takes us through the creaky door on The Mind Trench; Charlotte Yates gives us a buzz from State Highway One to talk about Mansfield; another Short Player features bFM faves, Fimo; and Natural Ange is back to help us through the week.

95bFM Drive with Jonny & Big Hungry: Tuesday February 18, 2020

Tuesday_Drive_180220_1600.mp3 mp3, 327.74 MB
Tue 18 Feb 2020

Spaced Out with David Britten: Tuesday February 18, 2020

180220_Spaced_Out.mp3 mp3, 24.78 MB
Tue 18 Feb 2020

This week David talked about a rocket lab Arokov, and what's going on in the nights sky. 

The Wire with Sherry: February 18th, 2020

The Wire with Sherry: February 18th, 2020 The Wire with Sherry: February 18th, 2020, 105.93 MB
Tue 18 Feb 2020

This week Sherry Zhang talks to Youth Coordinator of the Auckland Women's centre on the Abortion law reform rally Our Bodies Our Choice. They speak on reproductive rights, intersectional feminism and the rally's kaupapa of trans-inclusivity.  

Next Sherry speaks to Theatre Lecturer and critic Dr James Wenley, on his show Dr Drama Makes a Show exploring themes of performance, masculinity, whiteness and Pākehā privilege. We speak about what it means to be a supportive ally and white maile fragility.

Then, Louis Laws speaks to spokesperson of State Housing Action Network, Michael Sharpe, on the goverments action plan to combate homelessness in Aotearoa. 

Finally, Lillian Hanly speaks to spokesperson & assistant researcher for Nga Wai a Te Tui, Jacqueline paul, who is in hui with UN’s Special Rapporteur, Leilani Farha, on experiences and challenges for Māori in achieving adequate housing.

 

Our body Our Choice Rally w/ Gabriella Brayne: February 18th, 2020

Our body Our Choice Rally w/ Gabriella Brayne: February 18th, 2020 Our body Our Choice Rally w/ Gabriella Brayne: February 18th, 2020, 28.29 MB
Tue 18 Feb 2020

Youth coordinator of Auckland Women's Centre Gabriella Brayne speaks on the Our body Our choice rally, reproductive rights, intersectional feminisms and the rally’s kaupapa of trans-inclusivity. We also speak on recommendations made by the select committee, and limitations in regards to access to emergency contraception.

Dr Drama Makes a Show w/ James Wenley: February 18th, 2020

Dr Drama Makes a Show w/ James Wenley: February 18th, 2020 Dr Drama Makes a Show w/ James Wenley: February 18th, 2020, 37.91 MB
Tue 18 Feb 2020

Sherry catches up with Dr James Wenley, a Drama lecturer and theatre critic on performance, masculinity, whiteness and Pākehā privilege. We speak about what it means to be a supportive ally, white male fragility, and accessibility to art. 

According to James “ as uncomfortable questions thrown up around the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook’s arrival and non-Māori protestors at Ōwairaka claiming mana whenua status, Pākehā seem to be going through a renewed identity crisis.

Sherry begins by asking James what he means by calling it a post dramatic metatheatrical lecture performance solo,

 

I/V w/ Kiel McNaughton: February 18, 2020

I/V w/ Kiel McNaughton: February 18, 2020 I/V w/ Kiel McNaughton: February 18, 2020, 24.3 MB
Tue 18 Feb 2020

Kiel McNaughton is making his directorial debut with a kick-ass new Auckland action comedy 'The Legend of Baron To'a'. Featuring a legendary cast of New Zealand actors, and some mint tunes from the likes of Church & AP and SWIDT, it's a classic in the making- get along to a screening asap. 

My Morning Mixtape w/ Dropkicks: February 18, 2020

My Morning Mixtape w/ Dropkicks: February 19, 2020 My Morning Mixtape w/ Dropkicks: February 19, 2020, 37.44 MB
Tue 18 Feb 2020

Dropkicks have been quietly dropping singles on Soundcoud for the past couple of years. They've since transitioned to mainstream platforms with great success. Today they joined Hunter in the studio to have a chat about their journey, what it's like working with a cousin & what they have planned for 2020.

Travis Scott - Apple Pie
Church & AP - Bills pt.2 (courtesy of Rizván)
Dropkicks - Drop Top
 

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: February 18, 2020

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: February 18, 2020 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: February 18, 2020, 316.81 MB
Tue 18 Feb 2020

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Rachel's glad she didn't have a surprise like Tess did from her cat this morning; another round of Second Guessing proves the intelligence of the bFM listeners; His Worship talks electric buses, APEC & Mahurangi Park; Kiel McNaughton pops in to talk about The Legend of Baron T'oa; Rachel chats to Dana from Porridge Radio all the way from the UK; and Neera Jain from talks to us about inclusivity in the medical profession.