Today on your bFM Breakfast we're beaming to you live from Real Groovy Records! We've got: live performances from Roy Irwin (sans Piss) and Baby Zionov; piping hot smash-browns from our mates at BurgerFuel; piping hot coffee from our mates at Coffee Supreme; a treasure hunt in the CD bins; Mikey talking a lot about his impending birthday; and Sarah's been sleep scrapping again.
Producer Kelly Enright talked to the Deputy Leader of The Opportunities Party, Geoff Simmons, on his career movements and political aspirations. They also chatted about the Opportunities Party's policies, and which coalitions those would thrive in.
Joel had a chat with National MP Matt Doocey about his views on the latest Green party Policy to ramp up social spending in a plan they say will lift 360,000 individuals out of poverty. They also discussed Metiria Turei recently admiting she lied whilst on the benefit in order to feed her child, and whether systemic problems led to this.
Producer Kelly chats to Renters United Spokesperson, Kate Day, on the recently launched "People's Review of Renting Campaign." The campaign, launched in partnership with ActionStation, aims to collate personal stories of house renters in the hopes of presenting a more comprehensive and relatable report to the government.