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The Wire with Zoë: Monday, December 14, 2020.

The Wire with Zoë: Monday, December 14, 2020. , 106.54 MB
Mon 14 Dec 2020

It’s Monday in the 95bFM studio and the last Wire of the year for Zoë, Aneeka, and Jess! Together they recap their stand out pieces from a full on year of news. Whakarongo mai!

First up, Zoë plays her interview with the Green Party co-leader James Shaw about the Green School controversy of August this year. 

Then Aneeka plays her piece on period poverty in Aotearoa with Dr. Terry Flemming. 

Next, Zoë plays her interview with Chlöe Swarbrick about the cannabis referendum, back when it was still all up in the air. 

Then she plays her Black Lives Matter Auckland solidarity protest report from June 14th of this year. 

Then Jess plays her piece with Dr. Julie McArthur on New Zealand’s Climate Emergency Declaration. 

Finally, Aneeka shares her Bird of Year interview (the most heated election of 2020!) with Forest & Bird’s Lisa Lawrence.

Oh, they share some top news stories of the year too, including the Australian bush fires, Madame COVID 19 (remember her?) and the U.S. election. 

 

The Wire with James: December 11, 2020

The Wire with James: December 11, 2020 The Wire with James: December 11, 2020, 107.32 MB
Fri 11 Dec 2020

This week in studio it is just James and Jade, who bring you a range of different stories to finish off the week.

James starts off with a piece about alcohol consumption with Cath Edmonson from the Health Promotion Agency.

James then also talks to Minister of Conservation, Kiri Allan, about a new type of biodegradable rat trap.

Jade talks to Doctor Richard Stein and Mayor of lower Hutt, Campbell Barry, about their support for the 'I Can't Wait' campain which advocates for people with Crohn's disease and other urgent needs for the bathroom.

Jade then also talks ot Ayesha Waja about her campaign 'Not For You' where they discuss harrassment and discrimination in the music industry.

James talks to Auckland Univeristy of Techonology journalism lecturer, Richard Pamatau, abour Australia's potential independent journalism laws.

I Can't Wait Campaign w/ Doctor Richard Stein and Mayor Campbell Barry: December 11, 2020

I Can't Wait Campaign w/ Doctor Richard Stein and Mayor Campbell Barry: December 11, 2020 I Can't Wait Campaign w/ Doctor Richard Stein and Mayor Campbell Barry: December 11, 2020, 16.75 MB
Fri 11 Dec 2020

Jade talks with Dr Richard Stein and Mayor Campbell Barry of the Lower Hutt area about their support of teen Nicole Thornton's advocacy campaign "I Can't Wait." The campaign advocates for people with Crohn's disease and other urgent needs for bathroom usage to carry "I Can't Wait" cards so businesses can open their toilets for usage without the need for unnecessary explanation.

Not for You Campaign w/ Ayesha Waja: December 11, 2020

Not for You Campaign w/ Ayesha Waja: December 11, 2020 Not for You Campaign w/ Ayesha Waja: December 11, 2020, 12.43 MB
Fri 11 Dec 2020

Jade talks to DJ and producer Ayesha Waja on her campaign "Not for You," and her and other female DJ's speaking up about harassment and discrimination being a female in the music industry.

Alcohol Consumption During The Holiday Period w/ Cath Edmondson: December 11, 2020

Alcohol Consumption During The Holiday Period w/ Cath Edmondson: December 11, 2020 Alcohol Consumption During The Holiday Period w/ Cath Edmondson: December 11, 2020, 23.29 MB
Fri 11 Dec 2020

With the holiday season bring a number of occasions where alcohol consumption is prevalent, there are a number of risks and factors at play. James talks to Cath Edmondson, the general manger of policy, research and advice at the Health Promotion Agency about a range of areas relating to alcohol consumption.

Aerial Rat Traps w/ Kiri Allan: December 11, 2020

Aerial Rat Traps w/ Kiri Allan: December 11, 2020 Aerial Rat Traps w/ Kiri Allan: December 11, 2020, 16.44 MB
Fri 11 Dec 2020

The Department of Conservation and Predator Free 2050  ltd have placed support in a biodegradable rat trap which would be distribtued in areas hard to reach by foot. To hear more about developments surrounding the trap, James talks to Minister of Conservation, Kiri Allan, about the trap and its progression.

Australian Independent Journalism w/ Richard Pamatatau: December 11, 2020

Australian Independent Journalism w/ Richard Pamatatau: December 11, 2020 Australian Independent Journalism w/ Richard Pamatatau: December 11, 2020, 21.21 MB
Fri 11 Dec 2020

With Australian goverment to debate law this week, Facebook and Alphabet, Google's parent company, could soon have to be paying for news to be on their platforms. With heavy oppoistion from the two companies, James discusses with Richard Pamatatau, a journalism lecturer at Auckland University of Technology, a range of possiblities that could stem from this situation.

Labour's Andrew Little: 10th December 2020

Labour's Andrew Little: 10th December 2020 Labour's Andrew Little: 10th December 2020, 20.87 MB
Thu 10 Dec 2020

On their weekly chat, Justin talked to the Minister Responsible for SIS and GCSB Andrew Little about the Royal Commission report into the Christchurch terror attack, on the part of the security agencies and the Commission's recommendations.  Minister Little is also in charge of coordinating the government's reponse to the report.

Neighbourhood Watch: 10th December 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: 10th December 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: 10th December 2020, 17.66 MB
Thu 10 Dec 2020

Justin and Zoe talked about the federal government's failed attempt to extend a cashless debit card scheme for welfare recipients, protests against a gas well project on aboriginal land in western New South Wales, and a failed motion to exclude police and prison officers in Sydney's Mardi Gras.

Royal Commission Inquiry and Censorship with Melissa Lee: December 10, 2020

Royal Commission Inquiry and Censorship with Melissa Lee: December 10, 2020 Royal Commission Inquiry and Censorship with Melissa Lee: December 10, 2020, 33.4 MB
Thu 10 Dec 2020

Ayana talked with National Party Spokesperson for Ethnic Communities and Broadcast and Media about whether we should censor racist content on film, video and media following the recommendations of the Royal Commission Inquiry into the Christchurch attacks.

Chief Censor David Shanks gave a statement on the inquiry recommendations.