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Protecting Conservation from Mining w/ Lynley Hargreaves: August 16, 2022

Protecting Conservation from Mining w/ Lynley Hargreaves: August 16, 2022 Protecting Conservation from Mining w/ Lynley Hargreaves: August 16, 2022, 13.16 MB
Tue 16 Aug 2022

Forest and Bird is calling for the government to support a new bill to protect public conservation land from future mining. 

The conservation organisation says this is a chance for Labour to uphold its commitment to protect the climate and safeguard the biodiversity of NZ’s publicly owned conservation lands. 

Emily had a chat to a spokesperson from Forest and Bird Lynley Hargreaves regarding the bill. 

The Tuesday Wire w/ Casper: August 16, 2022

The Tuesday Wire w/ Casper: August 16, 2022 The Tuesday Wire w/ Casper: August 16, 2022, 100.32 MB
Tue 16 Aug 2022

This week on the Tuesday Wire Dr Allan Blackman joined Casper and Emily in studio to talk science news for our Dear Science segment. Casper spoke to Dr Shane Reti from the National party for their weekly catch-up, this time discussing the party’s current solutions for the housing crisis and zoning regulation.

Casper also had a chat with Vee Blackwood, the housing inquiry manager from the Human Rights Commission, talking about the HRC’s call to implement a rent freeze. 

Emily spoke to Chief Executive of the New Zealand Bus and Coach Association Ben McFadgen about recent changes to the public transport systems, as well as spokesperson from Forest and Bird Linley Hargreaves regarding a recent bill to end new mines on conservation land.

I/V w/ Stinky Jim: August 16, 2022

I/V w/ Stinky Jim: August 16, 2022 I/V w/ Stinky Jim: August 16, 2022, 14.82 MB
Tue 16 Aug 2022

Stinky Jim had a kōrero about Spacial Awareness, an album years in the making, touching on making the awesome track “Steam Fish” with the incredibly talented, late Nazamba. Whakarongo mai nei!

Revitalising St James Theatre w/ Steve Bielby and Chlöe Swarbrick: August 15, 2022

Revitalising St James Theatre w/ Steve Bielby and Chlöe Swarbrick: August 15, 2022 Revitalising St James Theatre w/ Steve Bielby and Chlöe Swarbrick: August 15, 2022, 33.92 MB
Mon 15 Aug 2022

New video footage of the interior of the vandalised St James Theatre has been released by Auckland Central MP Chlöe Swarbrick, showing fungi growing on damp floors, damaged electrical fittings and roof, as well as an exposure to the weather and rain, and foundation-eroding dampness.

Swarbrick has written an open letter calling for the government to match the Auckland Council's $15 million commitment to restoring the building. She says this decision can't be kicked down the road any more and that the revival of the theatre will secure Queen Streets' status as a buzzing destination that will provide space and a place for Auckland's creative community.

Built in 1928, St James Theatre once hosted many shows and concerts. St James Theatre is also regarded as a Category 1 Heritage building, meaning it is a historic places are of special or outstanding historical or cultural significance or value. 

However, Building owner Steve Bielby says thieves and vandals had 'gutted' the once historic site.

Joe spoke to the owner of St James Theatre, Steve Bielby as well as Green Party MP for Auckland Central Chlöe Swarbrick, about why the revitalisation of St James Theatre is so significant to Auckland. 

95bFM Dive with Jonny: Monday August 15, 2022

95bFM Dive with Jonny: Monday August 15, 2022 95bFM Dive with Jonny: Monday August 15, 2022, 248.52 MB
Mon 15 Aug 2022

Peter Lineham chats about the Satanic Verses.

Travel costs a barrier for Māori in need of liver cancer treatment w/ Jason Gurney: August 15, 2022

Travel costs a barrier for Māori in need of liver cancer treatment w/ Jason Gurney: August 15, 2022 Travel costs a barrier for Māori in need of liver cancer treatment w/ Jason Gurney: August 15, 2022, 23.76 MB
Mon 15 Aug 2022

Māori are currently 31% more likely to die from liver cancer than non-Māori with the same diagnosis, but covering the travel costs associated with liver cancer surgery could help close this disparity.

Researchers analysed the distance travelled by Māori and Pākehā patients to receive their first primary surgery for liver cancer and found that on average, Māori liver cancer patients travelled twice as far than their Pākehā counterparts.

Joe spoke to Jason Gurney, from the Department of Public Health at the University of Otago, about how travel costs being are a barrier for Māori in need of liver cancer treatment.

That's the Spirit: August 15, 2022

That's the Spirit: August 15, 2022 That's the Spirit: August 15, 2022, 24.42 MB
Mon 15 Aug 2022

Peter Lineham chats about Salman Rushdie & The Satanic Verses.

Monday 1-4 pm with Jules

Jules 15.08.22.mp3 mp3, 318.68 MB
Mon 15 Aug 2022

95bFM alumni and production manager Jules popped into the on-air studio to look after Pennie's Monday 1-4 show.
 

The Rhythm Selection: 15th August, 2022

Rhythm Selection: August 15, 2022 Rhythm Selection: August 15, 2022, 218.11 MB
Mon 15 Aug 2022

Dub 45s

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: Rāhina, August 15, 2022

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: Rāhina, August 15, 2022 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: Rāhina, August 15, 2022, 240.47 MB
Mon 15 Aug 2022

Mōrena! We've got a nice show to kick start your week. Whakarongo mai nei for some Fashun with Penelope Noir, Johanna Cosgrove in the studio chatting about her debut poetry collection Crying on the PhoneJenna's got a great book rec for you on Loose Reads; and Justine helps out with your work and union woes on Red Dead Redemption!