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Fire Science: August 14 2018

Fire Science: August 14 2018 Fire Science: August 14 2018, 9.7 MB
Tue 14 Aug 2018

95 bfm talks to fire scientist Grant Pearce about the record-breaking fire season being witnessed around the world in 2018. The future of wildfires in New Zealand is discussed. 

The Wire with Mary-Margaret: August 14, 2018

The Wire with Mary-Margaret: August 14, 2018 The Wire with Mary-Margaret: August 14, 2018, 121.09 MB
Tue 14 Aug 2018

Justin takes us to international news this week, he reports on China’s tightened control on its Muslims population. Mary-Margaret speaks to Emmy Rakete of People Against Prisons Aotearoa about a prisoner whose 9 boxes of legal documents were seized before he went to court about Corrections’ human rights record. Ella speaks to Fire Scientist Grant Pearce about this years unprecedented fire season. This week on the Greendesk, Jack looks how the housing insurance is changing along our coast lines because of climate change.

The Wire with Jemima: August 13, 2018

The Wire with Jemima: August 13, 2018 The Wire with Jemima: August 13, 2018, 107.2 MB
Mon 13 Aug 2018

This week on the Monday Wire Jemima spoke with co-leader of the Green Party, James Shaw, about the government's plastic bag ban and Statistics New Zealand's development of new statistical indicators to measure the nation's success. Southern Cross was in studio for our regular segment to discuss the detention of a Bangladeshi journalist, the controversial film Confucius, ABC cut backs of Radio Australia frequencies, and Vanuatu seeking support from West Papua. Damian spoke with Clive Matthew Wilson about bus safety and seatbelts for buses. To wrap it up Lillian spoke with the co-founder of the Paper Rain Project, Indigo Greenlaw, about how the company raises awareness for social causes.  

Paper Rain Project: August 13, 2018

Paper Rain Project: August 13, 2018 Paper Rain Project: August 13, 2018, 14.49 MB
Mon 13 Aug 2018

Lillian spoke with Indigo Greenlaw about the Paper Rain Project. The company works with artists and creators to produce sustainable art goods that raise awareness for social causes. Indigo is the co-founder of the company and explains what it is that the Paper Rain Project does.  

Speaking freely w/ Simon Wilson: August 10, 2018

Speaking freely w/ Simon Wilson: August 10, 2018 Speaking freely w/ Simon Wilson: August 10, 2018, 19.12 MB
Fri 10 Aug 2018

As we’ve been speaking about on the show, free speech is basically the topic de jour for New Zealanders at the moment. In the last month we’ve had a visit from controversial canadians Stefan Molyneux and Lauren Southern, and just this week Massey University cancelled an event with former National Party leader Don Brash. However, last night ,Brash had his chance to speak in a debate at the University of Auckland about whether PC culture has limited free speech in this country. Herald senior writer Simon Wilson was in the debate, and spoke with Stewart Sowman-Lund about what happened.

Plus: Kelly, Stewart and Laura discuss the results of the Twitter poll, which asked listeners whether they had ever protested.  

The Wire with Kelly: August 10, 2018

The Wire with Kelly: August 10, 2018 The Wire with Kelly: August 10, 2018 , 106.22 MB
Fri 10 Aug 2018

'He who knows the Whakapapa has the land' I/V w/ Aimee Matiu

'He who knows the Whakapapa has the land' I/V w/ Aimee Matiu 'He who knows the Whakapapa has the land' I/V w/ Aimee Matiu, 9.85 MB
Fri 10 Aug 2018

Jenn Tamati spoke to professional teaching fellow at the University of Auckland, Aimee Matiu, about Māori epsitemologies of land and the context this gives land as legal entity as well as discourse on the matter today. She began by showing Aimee a gif which can be viewed here.

Stay tuned til' the end to hear some clips from around the station of places people find special and me spilling water all over Amelia (eek!).

 

 

Kelly: Kancelled :-(

Kelly: Kancelled :-( Kelly: Kancelled :-(, 2.54 MB
Fri 10 Aug 2018

Meth Testing Fiasco: with Gael Baldock: August 10, 2018

Meth Testing Fiasco: with Gael Baldock: August 10, 2018 Meth Testing Fiasco: with Gael Baldock: August 10, 2018, 43.58 MB
Fri 10 Aug 2018

Producer Laura Kvigstad spoke with the Spokesperson for Central Auckland’s State Housing Action Network, Gael Baldock,  about what has been dubbed the ‘meth testing fiasco’. Residents of state housing were evicted on the basis of meth tests that were formerly used as a safety measurement. The organization is now calling for a formal apology and compensation for the evicted. 

 

'He who knows the Whakapapa has the land' I/V w/ Aimee Matiu

'He who knows the Whakapapa has the land' I/V w/ Aimee Matiu 'He who knows the Whakapapa has the land' I/V w/ Aimee Matiu, 9.85 MB
Fri 10 Aug 2018

Jenn Tamati spoke to professional teaching fellow at the University of Auckland, Aimee Matiu, about Māori epsitemologies of land and the context this gives land as legal entity as well as discourse on the matter today. She began by showing Aimee a gif which can be viewed here.

Stay tuned til' the end to hear some clips from around the station of places people find special and me spilling water all over Amelia (eek!).