Sunday Best (95bFM)
This Week's Bits - 17 August 201408/18/14
Anna Bracewell-Worrall asks investigative writer Nicky Hager about his new book Dirty Politics; and Gary Farrow and Caitlin McIllhagga take the issue of disability to representatives from various political parties.
This Week's Bits - 10 August 2014
Our reporter Lillian Hanly was on board - literally - as the Green Party commandeered a carriage on a electric train from Onehunga in order to deliver the rest of their transport policy. . Literally. Then, Jordan Bond took the issue of welfare to the...
This Week's Bits - 3 August 2014
Wednesday Wire host Ben Leonard speaks to Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell about ACT leader Jamie Whyte's claim that Maori are legally privileged in New Zealand today. bFM reporter Nick Bond focuses on Bolivia, where the legal minimum working...
This Week's Bits - 27 July 2014
After Kim Dotcom's announcement that he will be dropping a "bombshell" five days before the general election, Thursday Wire host Chlöe Swarbrick spoke with the German-Finnish Internet entrepreneur. Also in the run-up to the election, Tuesday Wire host...
This Week's Bits - July 20th 2014
This Week's Bits: Angus Thunder speaks to NZ First leader Winston Peters about immigration and the economy and; Wednesday Wire host Ben Leonard questions a number of parties about their views on income inequality in the lead-up to the election.
This Week's Bits - 13 July
This Week's Bits: bFM reporter Caitlin McIlhagga speaks to Labour’s spokesperson for justice, Andrew Little, about police have been instructed to charge fewer people in order to meet government crime-reduction targets. Breakfast host Zac Arnold...
This Week's Bits - 6th July
This Week's Bits: Chlöe Swarbrick from the Thursday Wire speaks to the spokesperson for women from a range of political parties, including Colin Craig, who was the only one not to call himself a feminist; and The Wednesday Wire’s Ben Leonard...
This Week's Bits - June 29th
This Week's Bits - 95bFM reporter Cameron Mulwell speaks with Abu Bakr, who is currently fighting against Bashar al-Asad in Syria; Jordan Bond spoke to the US Director of Reporters Without Borders, Delphine Halgand; and Caitlin McIlhagga speaks to...
This Week's Bits - June 22nd
In This Week's Bits: Monday Wire host Gary Farrow speaks to Internet-Mana Party leader Laila Harre about their call to change electoral law; Thursday Wire host Chloe Swarbrick asks Dr Pani Farvid about Autoblow 2, ‘a powerfully realistic electronic...
This Week's Bit -- June 15th
On This Week's Bits you can hear: Green Party spokesperson for women, Jan Logie, speaking to Monday Wire host Gary Farrow about the Green Party policy to decriminalise abortion; 95bFM reporter Jordan Bond speaking with Ben Uffindell of satirical...
This Week's Bits - June 8th
In This Week's Bits, deputy mayor Penny Hulse speaks about Auckland Transport's proposed parking charges, bFM reporter Haylee Clarke gets another angle from Matt Lowrie at Auckland Transport Blog, Celia Whitley talks to Peter Koosh from the Department...
This Week's Bits -- June 1st
In This Week's Bits, 95bFM's first interview with Laila Harré since her appointment as Internet Party leader, Mandus Orarback continues to delve into New Zealand's income gap and Chlöe Swarbrick spoke to Jacinda Ardern, Labour’s spokesperson for...
This Week's Bits -- May 25th
Chloe Swarbrick's conversation with Paula Snowden from Quitline about plain packaging; Mandus Orarback's investigation into income inequality in New Zealand; and George Freeman speaking to environmental advocate Dr Glen Barry about the Earth's natural...
The Profit Motive NZ Music Month Special
In Sunday best's nod to NZ Music Month, Rotorua two piece The Profit Motive dropped in live in studio with Angus Thunder ahead of. Songs & stories involving Graham Brazier!
This Week's Bits -- May 4th
This week, Gabe Andrews and Maddie Farman head along to the launch of SPARX, a video game that aims to treat anxiety and depression. Lillian Hanley looks into the loss of funding for Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga - the only Māori Centre of Research...
This Week's Bits -- April 27th
In this week's current affairs round up, George Freeman speaks to Vanessa Cole from Save our Homes about the government's newly implemented social housing reforms. The Council of Trade Unions is taking legal action against tow forestry companies after...
Queens Of The Stone Age drummer John Theodore
Angus talks to QOTSA drummer John Theodore ahead of their upcoming show at Vector Arena with Nine Inch Nails and Brody Dalle on Wednesday 19 March. The latest QOTSA stick man talks about the influences and the creative process, surfing and what to...
Unite Union Zero Hour Contracts Victory
Joe Carolan from Unite Union talks to Angus Thunder about the latest Unite Union victory for fast food workers.As we spoke the Union was ratifying an agreement with major employer McDonalds to combat the issue of insecure working hours. Another 95bFM...
Wellington EQ Report
This morning the capital shook with a few 5.something earth quakes. Wellington based film maker Michelle McGregor told Angus all about it...
Rockn' Rose live from Hyde Park 1969!
Rockin' Rose joins Angus Thunder to recollect memories from the famous Rolling Stones gig on July 5 1969 in Hyde Park, London. This weekend the Stones played a 44 year anniversary gig at Hyde park.
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