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Sleep Sleep Sleep: How much is enough?

Sleep Sleep Sleep: How much is enough? Sleep Sleep Sleep: How much is enough? , 8.95 MB
Mon 11 Dec 2017

How much sleep do we need to function? Is everyone the same or different? Are naps worth while? Producer Leonard Powell delves into the world of rest, finding out about sleeping habbits and theories of the 95bFM office and getting expert analysis from Dr Andy Veale. 

Time to Budget!

Time to Budget! Time to Budget!, 12.32 MB
Mon 11 Dec 2017

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has announced Auckland Council’s 10-year budget proposal. The $11 billion proposal aims to keep rates low, protect the environment, and invest in public transport. The Council will also work with the Government to introduce a regional fuel tax to help pay for transport projects. Reporter Issy Walker spoke with Goff about the proposal.

The Wire with Joel: Monday December 11th, 2017

The Wire with Joel: Monday December 11th, 2017 The Wire with Joel: Monday December 11th, 2017, 94.99 MB
Mon 11 Dec 2017

Joel, Sam, and Leonard present the wire for Monday the 11th of December in which:

Will Parsonson has a report on violence and mistreatment of prisoners in the system.

Joel talks Green Party leader James Shaw who’s soon to be wrapping up for summer after his first few months in Parliament

Issy Walker speaks to Phil Goff about Auckland Council’s proposed 10-year budget plan.

And producer Leonard does a report on sleep, getting comments from around the BFM offices and then confirming or debunking people's theories on sleep with Dr Andy Veale.

This Weeks Bits: Sunday, December 10th, 2017

This Weeks Bits: Sunday, December 10th, 2017 This Weeks Bits: Sunday, December 10th, 2017, 25.2 MB
Sun 10 Dec 2017

Hannah Ross gives you the low down of the best bFM news bits which this week looked into a lot of the use of Te Reo in New Zealand.

 

Solitary Confinement: One of Many Incidents

Solitary Confinement: One of Many Incidents Solitary Confinement: One of Many Incidents, 7.78 MB
Fri 8 Dec 2017

People Against Prison Aotearoa are campaigning on behalf of a prisoner who attempted suicide after being told he would be moved facilities. Producer Laura Kvigstad speaks with Spokesperson Emily Rake on how the recent solitary confinement that endangered a prisoner unfolded. 

 

 

The Pay Gap: It's Not Just About Women

The Pay Gap: It's Not Just About Women The Pay Gap: It's Not Just About Women, 5.74 MB
Fri 8 Dec 2017

Producer Laura, talks with Doctor Jackie Blue from the Human Right Commision on Pay Gap Data that was recently released discussing how it effects not just women but people of different ethnic backgrounds. 

 

Professor Stephen Hoadley on the US embassy moving to Jerusalem

Professor Stephen Hoadley on the US embassy moving to Jerusalem Professor Stephen Hoadley on the US embassy moving to Jerusalem , 15.56 MB
Fri 8 Dec 2017

Producer Conor spoke with University of Auckland's Stephen Hoadley, on the unprecidented move of the U.S embassay to Jerusalem. Stephen shares his thoughts on the motivations for the move, potential ramifications, and how Palestine can combat the matter diplomatically. 

Curious Cultural Christmas Corner: Hannukkah

Curious Cultural Christmas Corner: Hannukkah Curious Cultural Christmas Corner: Hannukkah , 7.19 MB
Fri 8 Dec 2017

This week in our December segment, we chat to specialist scholar in religious studies from Victoria University, Paul Morris, about the Jewish celebration of Hannukkah. He summarises a history of the celebration and tells us about the special traditions (food!!!) that go along with it.  

Little chance of reducing prison numbers?

Little chance of reducing prison numbers? Little chance of reducing prison numbers? , 6.95 MB
Thu 7 Dec 2017

Lachlan spoke with Minister of Justice Andrew Little about Labour's promise to reduce Aotearoa's prison population by 30% over the next 15 years.

Child poverty statistics with Judge Andrew Becroft

Child poverty statistics with Judge Andrew Becroft Child poverty statistics with Judge Andrew Becroft, 12.39 MB
Thu 7 Dec 2017

Lachlan spoke with Children's Commissioner Judge Andrew Becroft about the annual report on child poverty in Aotearoa.