Sam's got TV for us to watch this weekend (phew!) and it's called Love Life. Anna Kendrick stars in a series filled with love and feel good moments. Sam reckons this one will get you thinking about your exes.
Drop Shadow is the new album from New Zealand native Luke Rowell, and his first release under the Eyeliner name since 2015’s Buy Now. The album explores Rowell’s fascination with American and Japanese music culture and their many intersections. bFM Newsboy, Corey Fuimaono, gave Luke a call on Discord and the two had a mean as chin-wag.
Today on the Wire Jemima covers for Mary-Margaret and Ollie. She speaks to the Cheif Executive of the National Foundation for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Natasha Gallardo about how the widespread use of masks is impacting the hearing loss community.
Ollie brings us The Week That Was, a new segment rounding up the very best (or worst) of the news week.
For our 2020 Election Coverage on housing issues, Mary Margaret speaks with journalist and commentator Rod Oram about a fair housing system in Aotearoa.
Oscar wraps up the show with City Counselling. He speaks to Auckland Councillor Richard Hills about the Environment and Climate Change Committee.
With the new community outbreak of Covid-19 the government is strongly advising that everyone wears masks or face coverings when in public. However, there are hundreds of thousands of people with hearing loss that struggle to communicate without being able to lip read. Jemima Huston speaks to the Chief Executive of the National Foundation for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Natasha Gallardo about how the government's approach to combating Covid-19 is negatively impacting the deaf and hard of hearing community in Aotearoa