James Nokise joins Mikey to talk about God Damn Fancy Man, coming up in the Comedy Festival, here in Aotearoa. Coming from all the way in Europe to deliver five special shows, you don't want to miss out on this.
This Friday is the release of the 25th Anniversary remastered edition of Nathan Haines' album Shift Left, and yep, it’s still NZ’s highest selling Jazz album. Nathan's in studio to catch up with Mikey, talking about his recovery from throat cancer, and how the album makes him feel 25 years later. And not only do we have the remastered album to look forward to, but a show in August too?! Totally spoilt. Get yr tickets here.
Kura Forrester joins Mikey in studio to crack a joke or two, ahead of her upcoming show Kura Shoulda Woulda as part of the Comedy Festival. But woah woah woah, did you say she's nominated for a Billy T award as well?! That's right. Get along to her show folks, it'll be a laugh.
Hadassah Grace and Sam Walsh join Mikey in studio to talk about the release of How To Take Off Your Clothes, Hadassah's poetry book and Sam Walsh's new publishing agency, Dead Bird Books. Hadassah shares some of her poetry, and to hear more, head along to the book launch at Wine Cellar tonight.
Comedian Tim Batt is excited to be back at bFM, in light of his upcoming show for the Comedy Festival, Space Couch. Tim himself describes it as 'what his TV Show should have been', teaming up with DisasterRadio, Space Couch brings you A Live Comedy Chat Show that's too good to be missed.
After growing up at Leigh Sawmill Cafe, Saffron joins Mikey in studio to talk about producing a documentary to tell the 22 years of tales that have come from this special institution. One more gig is in order to fundraise for this cause, the New Era Party is packed with an almighty line up and will be one you don't want to miss.
Sue Haldane fromMind Over Manner joins Mikey in studio to talk about the importance of change in our society, especially in education around those who think, learn and work differently. Sue specialises in using theatre to help us understanding how to expand our communication and foster creative connections. Head along to these workshops to learn more.
bFM's News and Editorial Director Lillian Hanly joins Mikey in studio to talk about Friday's terror attacks. What starts as a conversation about decisions around how the newsteam will cover the attacks becomes a discussion on white supremacy.