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Universal Harmony: January 19, 2021

UNIVERSAL HARMONY, EPISODE 408 UNIVERSAL HARMONY, EPISODE 408, 220.4 MB
Tue 19 Jan 2021


Imagine a place where aural harmony unites us all. A place where we’re free from the shackles of everything ordinary... where we can ride free, a dreamy musical escape.

Is Universal Harmony your ticket to that being a reality?

Featuring friend segments; the Sound of Sydney with good mate Carlos Avilés and Higher Porpoise from our pal Jon Bernais.

~ universal harmony ~

A soundtrack for creative minds and those who spread gratitude in a resolute way

95bFM Breakfast with Zoë: January 19, 2020

95bFM Breakfast with Zoë: January 19, 2020 95bFM Breakfast with Zoë: January 19, 2020, 239.09 MB
Tue 19 Jan 2021

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Zoë and Tess and taking you through three hours of tunes and chats; His Worship dials in to catch up after a summer break about what's going on in our fair city; Short Player features the work of Brown Boy Magik; Will and Bess pop in to talk us through Shakeapeare in the Park; and Dr. Helen Murray talks us through her research around smell and the brain.

Stage Direction w/ Will Clark & Bess Brookes: January 19, 2021

Stage Direction w/ Will Clark & Bess Brookes: January 19, 2021 Stage Direction w/ Will Clark & Bess Brookes: January 19, 2021, 11.6 MB
Tue 19 Jan 2021

As Shakespeare in the Park 2021 is fast approaching, Will and Bess pop in to talk us through what we can expect to see in Hamlet and Much Ado About Nothing

Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: January 19, 2021

Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: January 19, 2021 Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: January 19, 2021, 23.88 MB
Tue 19 Jan 2021

The Mayor dials in after the summer break to catch up with Zoë about what's been happening in Tāmaki Makaurau. Talking Auckland's beach water quality, concerts at Eden Park, and an increase to Watercare prices.

Ready, Steady, Learn w/ Dr. Helen Murray: January 19, 2021

Ready, Steady, Learn w/ Dr. Helen Murray: January 19, 2021 Helen Murray: January 19, 2021, 71.6 MB
Tue 19 Jan 2021

The University of Auckland's Dr. Helen Murray is a research fellow based in the Centre for Brain Research, and is here to talk to us about whether loss of smell is in indicator of even bigger problems such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. 

The Wire with Jemima: January 19, 2021

The Wire with Jemima: January 19, 2021 The Wire with Jemima: January 19, 2021, 98.4 MB
Tue 19 Jan 2021

Today on the Wire, Hanna speaks to James Renwick, a climate scientist from the Victoria University of Wellington, about the difference between offsetting and reducing emissions.

Jemima brings you a special on the drug testing legislation brought in at the end of 2020 and the lack of services available at festivals this summer due to limited resources. Jemima speaks to some Rhythm and Alps festival goers to hear their thoughts on drug checking. Then, the Rhythm and Alps Director Alex Turnball talks about whether festivals should have drug testing and the process of getting a drug checking service like Know Your Stuff on board. Jemima also hears from a source who works in a shop that sells DIY drug testing kits about their popularity this summer. Finally, she chat to Sarah Helm, the Executive Director of the New Zeland Drug Foundation, about Know Your Stuff’s recent figures on drug testing and what needs to happen to ensure that Know Your Stuff has the resources to be present at all festivals. 

Offsetting vs Reducing Carbon Emissions w/ James Renwick

Offsetting vs Reducing Carbon Emissions w/ James Renwick Offsetting vs Reducing Carbon Emissions w/ James Renwick, 31.1 MB
Tue 19 Jan 2021

While New Zealand has a target to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, net zero emissions can be achieved without transformative change through measures which merely seek to offset emissions. New Zealand has continued to garner criticism for inaction on climate change, and was recently excluded from the Climate Ambition Summit. This raises the question of whether New Zealand's climate policy reflects the urgency of the situation. 

Hanna spoke to James Renwick, a climate scientist from Victoria University, about the efficacy of offsetting emissions through tree planting, and whether we should instead seek to reduce emissions.

The One To Four with Gin: January 19, 2021

The One To Four with Gin: January 19, 2021 The One To Four with Gin: January 19, 2021, 245.53 MB
Tue 19 Jan 2021

Stinky Grooves: Tuesday January 19, 2021

Stinky Grooves: Tuesday January 19, 2021. mp3 mp3, 246.13 MB
Tue 19 Jan 2021

A glide and slide through the groove laden glades and stenchophonic streets of my inner moind.

Auckland Residential Parking Restrictions w/ Rick Bidgood: January 18, 2021

Auckland Residential Parking Restrictions w/ Rick Bidgood: January 18, 2021 Auckland Residential Parking Restrictions w/ Rick Bidgood: January 18, 2021, 14.73 MB
Mon 18 Jan 2021

As many Aucklanders would have noticed, residential parking restrictions have been expanding for quite a while, getting further into the city fringe into increasingly residential areas. Aneeka spoke to Rick Bidgood from at&t about why this is and what this means for transport in the city.