Fabian and Mike have both seen the new Star Wars film, so what do _you_ think they're keen to talk about then, hmmm? Fair enough. But why does Fabian's voice sounds so clear? ...So nearby? Could it be... [gasp]!
If the lower members of the woodwind family all sound a bit like a family of jazzy ducks, then the clarinet is probably the derpy uncle. Makes sense, no? Guess you'll just have to listen (in between the noise of bands tuning up for 95bFM Breakfast Club).
On today's segment: Kate is joined, among the hustle and bustle of 95bFM Breakfast Club madness, by Auckland Fringe Festival Director Lydia Zanetti. With the Fringe programme launching later today, Lydia gives us an exclusive sneak peek of what's in store for lucky punters. Also a noted producer, Lydia shares a little goss about the recent Zanetti Productions produced Auckland Theatre Awards. ...Who did _what_ to Prime Minister Ardern?!?
Today on Neighbourhood Watch with Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide we chat about Barnaby Joyce who continues to show animosity toward New Zealand after their offer to take 150 Manus Island refugees. We also discuss the Royal Commission's research into child sexual abuse in institutions and how it is still relevant today.
Producer Laura Kvigstad speaks with sociologist, Toni Bruce, on the subject of Laurel Hubbard, a transgendered female weight lifter after the controversy of her winning two silver metals. We then have a panel with some members of the 95bfm news team.