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95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: December 10, 2018

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: December 10, 2018 95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: December 10, 2018, 321.89 MB
Mon 10 Dec 2018

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Yep, we've definitely hit the ground running this week; Mike's got a Metal tune for you all; Pennie's talking a whole different kind of subculture; Mike and MC Slave catch up over the last 50 years; Jenna rounds up the year with her top picks, and Tess is drooling over it; and Natural Ange comes in to give everyone a helping hand with their mental health during this time of year, you know, Christmas and that. We've got you covered, as always.

Anniversary Albums: The Breeders "Last Splash" (1993)

Anniversary Albums: The Breeders "Last Splash" (1993) Anniversary Albums: The Breeders "Last Splash" (1993), 29.24 MB
Mon 10 Dec 2018

This week, Sam takes a look at the second studio album from American alternative rock band The Breeders "Last Splash." Released in 1993, this album is considered to be their best work and one of the best indie albums of the 90s. 

Border Radio with Deputy Paul

Border Radio, 9 December, 2018 Border Radio, 9 December, 2018 , 217.62 MB
Sun 9 Dec 2018

This was fun. The great cliches of rural american music: factory closures, no good cheatin', "i done a crime and will be hanged", "troubles I got - you have no idea mate", "this town is fucked, i'm leaving" and the classic "all my problems are solved by drinking to excess". As well as few songs about significant weather events and a couple of warnings that war is bad and love is a bit tricky.

Back on the Goodfoot: Sunday December 9, 2018

Back on the Goodfoot: Sunday December 9, 2018 Back on the Goodfoot: Sunday December 9, 2018, 215.5 MB
Sun 9 Dec 2018

still buzzing out about seeing Oddisee on Friday, Tina does a genre crossing soul/funk/jazz/hiphop fusion show

The 95bFM Kids' Show: 9 December 2018

The 95bFM Kids' Show: 9 December 2018 The 95bFM Kids' Show: 9 December 2018, 221.92 MB
Sun 9 Dec 2018

Christmas is nearly here!


Enid Blyton - 5 on a Treasure Island (Ch. 15 & 16)
Eddie Spaghetti - Wake Up, Wake Up
Anika Moa - Colours Are Beautiful
Little Ripples - Haere Mai Ki Te Whariki
Captain Festus McBoyle - Little Things
Kath Bee - Save It Up
Petite Music Box - Dreamers
John Williamson - Old Man Emu
Mike Phirman - In Your Biz
Lauren Child - I'm really ever not so well
Little Ripples - Tree Song
Alma Cogan - In the Middle of the House
Levity Beet - Trampoline
Caspar Babypants - Sliver (feat. Krist Novoselic)
Eardrop - Poraka
Alan Gregg - Elevator Up, Elevator Down
The Moe Show - Cutting Shapes on the D Floor
Tomi Ungerer - The Three Robbers
 

7am Swim: December. 8, 2018

7am Swim: December. 8, 2018 8, 2018, 215.73 MB
Sat 8 Dec 2018

Long Player: Shoddy - With Nails and Glue

Long Player: Shoddy - With Nails and Glue Long Player: Shoddy - With Nails and Glue, 55.13 MB
Sat 8 Dec 2018

This week we hear from Auckland  "goth glam grunge psych" group Shoddy about their epic three-song EP, With Nails and Glue. Cheers NZ On Air Music!!

The Wire with Laura: 7th of December, 2018

The Wire with Laura: 7th of December, 2018 The Wire with Laura: 7th of December, 2018, 103.29 MB
Fri 7 Dec 2018

First, Te Roopu Nahinara, National Party Member Amy Adams, speaks with us on the National Party walking out of paliament, the landcorp tax submissions to the tax working group and the allegations of harrasment in Maggie Barry's office. 

Then, Grace speaks with Doctor Barbara Grant, associate professor at the University of Auckland about political and academic freedom in relation to the Anne-Marie Brady case.

Following that, Therapeutic Care Worker, Jordan Henare on the Maori representation of Santa at the Nelson Santa Parade. 

Then, Chris Widdup from the Outlook for Someday about opportunities in sustainability filmmaking. 

And finally, we close off wire worry week with a report on  New Zealand’s nuclear free history. 

 

Political and Academic freedom in Aotearoa: December 7th 2018

Political and Academic freedom in Aotearoa: December 7th 2018 Political and Academic freedom in Aotearoa: December 7th 2018, 18.14 MB
Fri 7 Dec 2018

Grace speaks with Doctor Barbara Grant, Associate Professor at the University of Auckland about political and academic freedom in wake of the Anne-Marie Brady case.

The Someday Awards: December 7th 2018

The Someday Awards: December 7th 2018 The Someday Awards: December 7th 2018, 16.86 MB
Fri 7 Dec 2018

Lillian talks with co-director of Outlook for Someday, Chris Widdop, about The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge for young people under the age of 24. Someday Stories is separate to the young filmmaker competition, for people aged between 24 and 29. Lillian Hanly was a Someday Story filmmaker during 2018.