Wednesday 12am - 2am

Launch in new window

Interpol - Barricade

You are here

The Wire with Kelly Enright

Latest bCasts • View all

International News With Conor: September 4th, 2018

International News With Conor: September 4th, 2018 International News With Conor: September 4th, 2018, 25.25 MB
Tue 4 Sep 2018

This week in International News, Conor looks at the current situation in Northern Ireland. We explore sectarianism, the current political deadlock, identity and the future of a post-Brexit Northern Ireland

The Wire with Lillian: September 4, 2018

The Wire with Lillian: September 4, 2018 The Wire with Lillian: September 4, 2018, 111.6 MB
Tue 4 Sep 2018

On The Wire today, Paul Michael from the Fern Factor talks us through the commitment required to see out the Billion Trees project in terms of native trees

This week on the Greendesk, we talk with exGreen MP Nandor Tanczos about the YES campaign with the Cannabis Referendum Coalition.

Justin Wong talks to Kevin Hague from Forest and Bird and researcher Tina Ngata about an Auckland Council 1080 drop over the Hunua Ranges.

And finally, Conor Knell describes the situation in Northern Ireland and the recent issues around Brexit, sectarianism, identity and the power sharing collapse.

Sticking our heads in the sand - sand mining in New Zealand: September 3, 2018

Sticking our heads in the sand - sand mining in New Zealand: September 3, 2018 Sticking our heads in the sand - sand mining in New Zealand: September 3, 2018, 6.2 MB
Mon 3 Sep 2018

Earlier this year Trans-Tasman Resources Ltd applied for resource consent to mine the seabed off Taranaki. Their application was denied after a number of protestors brought legal action against the decision. Dan speaks with Cindy Baxter, a spokesperson for Kiwis Against Seabed Mining, one of the groups which campaigned against the resource consent.

The Wire with Lachlan: September 3, 2018

The Wire with Lachlan: September 3, 2018 The Wire with Lachlan: September 3, 2018, 103.4 MB
Mon 3 Sep 2018

On the Wire, James Shaw joins us to discuss the waka jumping bill and youth mental health. Dan speaks with Cindy Baxter about sand mining in Aotearoa. Southern Cross talks the APcific Forum, youth unemployment in the Solomon Islands and the life of a Filipino migrant. Finally, Damian gives us a report on Nigel Farage who is due to speak in New Zeland tomorrow.

The Wire with Laura: Friday August 31st, 2018

The Wire with Laura: Friday August 31st, 2018 The Wire with Laura: Friday August 31st, 2018, 103.86 MB
Fri 31 Aug 2018

Publish or Perish I/V with Mark Bolland

Faulty Data I/V with Mark Bolland Faulty Data I/V with Mark Bolland, 14.64 MB
Fri 31 Aug 2018

Three academics at the University of Auckland have been involved in the important uncovering of fraudulant data within the research field of osteoperosis. Jenn Tamati spoke to one of them, associate Professor at the UoA Mark Bolland, on the importance and implications of this research and data in general.

 

This day in history: 30th August, 2018

This day in history: 30th August, 2018 This day in history: 30th August, 2018, 17.06 MB
Thu 30 Aug 2018

This Day in History takes us back to 1945, for the formation of the Allied Control Council to govern Germany after World War Two.

The Wire with Lachlan: August 30, 2018

The Wire with Lachlan: August 30, 2018 The Wire with Lachlan: August 30, 2018, 127.56 MB
Thu 30 Aug 2018

First up on the Wire, Oscar speaks with Emmy Rākete from People Against Prisons Aotearoa about the exploitation of prisoners’ labour. Neutral corner looks at the ongoing saga that is Simon Bridges’ expenses leak. Andrew Little joins us for our regular chat, this week discussing a possible victim focussed justice summit and sentencing for drug related offences. Finally, Ben brings us this day in history on the Allied Control Council of Germany following WW2.

Working for Nothing: Labour in Prisons; August 30, 2018

Working for Nothing: Labour in Prisons; August 30, 2018 Working for Nothing: Labour in Prisons; August 30, 2018, 9.13 MB
Thu 30 Aug 2018

Oscar Perress spoke to Emmy Rākete from People against Prisons Aotearoa, about the prison labour force, both nationally and internationally, and the conditions that allow for it to exist.