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95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: September 18, 2019

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: September 18, 2019 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: September 18, 2019, 320.28 MB
Wed 18 Sep 2019

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Rachel and Tess are in the studio with Rob and Yuki this morning, bright and early; Rob takes us into The Mind Trench looking for money; Spawts pop in ahead of their show tomorrow night to talk about the album release and playing across Aotearoa; and Elyssia, Vaimaila, and Falencie pop in to talk Auckland's vogue scene, and their show at The Basement, Reclamation. Big sunny Wednesday to get you through the week.

Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: September 17, 2019

Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: September 17, 2019 Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: September 17, 2019, 15.06 MB
Tue 17 Sep 2019

His Worship is busy with the upcoming local elections, but takes the time to remind us how to cast a special vote and the importance of having your say. And with the weather getting better, swim season is fast approaching so the Mayor chats to Rachel about the quality of our waters and how to stay safe.

Viewmaster w/ Sam Sinnott: September 17, 2019

Viewmaster w/ Sam Sinnott: September 17, 2019 Viewmaster w/ Sam Sinnott: September 17, 2019, 12.93 MB
Tue 17 Sep 2019

Sam returns to Viewmaster with a the binge-able Workin' Moms, streaming on Netflix. Although season one wasn't his favourite, this 20-minute-episode series caught him on seasons two and three. If you need something to get you through a Sunday hangover, this is the show for you.

I/V w/ Lulu Macrae: September 17, 2019

I/V w/ Lulu Macrae: September 17, 2019 I/V w/ Lulu Macrae: September 17, 2019, 24.62 MB
Tue 17 Sep 2019

Lulu Macrae pops into the studio to chat with Rachel and Tess about the fifth Whammyfest that's coming up in October. Lulu tells us about the first ever Whammyfest, how it started, Sunday's with hot chips and what to look out for on the stellar line up this year. Don't miss out.

My Morning Mixtape w/ Karl & Shelley (Monster Valley): September 17, 2019

My Morning Mixtape w/ Karl & Shelley (Monster Valley): September 17, 2019 My Morning Mixtape w/ Karl & Shelley (Monster Valley): September 17, 2019, 39.2 MB
Tue 17 Sep 2019

Karl & Shelley are two of the great minds behind The Expirement Festival 2019 and popped up to the studio to share some songs from the artists on the lineup + have a chat about the ins and outs of the night.

Rhys Rich - Loneliest
Water - Chimley
Pikachunes - Submission
 

Morning Glory with Hunter: Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Morning Glory with Hunter: Tuesday, September 17, 2019 Morning Glory with Hunter: Tuesday, September 17, 2019, 211.72 MB
Tue 17 Sep 2019

Played some live songs from Mac DeMarco + Had a chat to Karl & Shelley from Monster Valley - All this + some new tunes for your Tuesday.

 

The Future of Farming and Freshwater Conservation w / Annabeth Cohen: September 17, 2019

The Future of Farming and Freshwater Conservation w / Annabeth Cohen: September 17, 2019 The Future of Farming and Freshwater Conservation w / Annabeth Cohen: September 17, 2019, 25.69 MB
Tue 17 Sep 2019

For decades, dairy farming has been damaging New Zealand’s environment, and new legislation aiming to protect our rivers and wetlands is coming into action. However, some groups have been wary of these changes, believing it will negatively impact the industry and its economic contributions. In response, a study was commissioned by Forest & Bird, Greenpeace, and Fish and Game to understand the economic impacts of this new freshwater legislation (if any)! To find out more about the legislation and report, Olivia Holdsworth spoke to Forest & Bird’s Annabeth Cohen and began by asking why we even need freshwater legislation in the first place.

Ocean Erosion w / Amber Dunn: September 17, 2019

Ocean Erosion w / Amber Dunn: September 17, 2019 Ocean Erosion w / Amber Dunn: September 17, 2019, 11.59 MB
Tue 17 Sep 2019

Jack Marshall talks to Gisborne Councillor Amber Dunn about ocean erosion and why building homes on our sandy coastlines is problematic.

New Zealand History in our Curriculum w / Dr Aroha Harris: September 17, 2019

New Zealand History in our Curriculum w / Dr Aroha Harris: September 17, 2019 New Zealand History in our Curriculum w / Dr Aroha Harris: September 17, 2019, 9.3 MB
Tue 17 Sep 2019

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Education Minister Chris Hipkins announced plans last week to make the teaching of New Zealand history compulsory in schools. Reporter Felix Walton spoke to University of Auckland senior history lecturer Dr Aroha Harris to find out more, and started by asking whether New Zealanders know much about NZ history.

The Great Kererū Count: September 17, 2019

The Great Kererū Count: September 17, 2019 The Great Kererū Count: September 17, 2019, 7.76 MB
Tue 17 Sep 2019

Known to get drunk on berries, fall out of trees, and hang around humans, Kererū have become something of a New Zealand icon. They are also the only bird left in New Zealand that can distribute large seeds, and their disappearance would be a disaster for our native forests. 

Rachel Simpson spoke to Victoria University biological science lecturer Stephen Hartley about the Great Kererū Count, the largest citizen science project in New Zealand.