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95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: April 9, 2020

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: April 9, 2020 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: April 9, 2020, 320.77 MB
Thu 9 Apr 2020

Today on your bFM Breakfast: It's already the end of the week, it's flying by; David Slack joins us for some Political Commentary; Tess is talking stock and soup on Tesscipes; Liz and Jon from The Beths joins us for some very exciting news and a new single; Under The Radar's Chris Cudby talks new releases; and Amelia runs us through the Top Ten. 

Political Commentary w/ David Slack: April 9, 2020

Political Commentary w/ David Slack: April 9, 2020 Political Commentary w/ David Slack: April 9, 2020, 18.86 MB
Thu 9 Apr 2020

David Slacks joins us with his hot takes on what we could possibly be looking toward in a more sustainable future, and Bernie Sanders ending his election campaign.

Tesscipes w/ Tess Barnett: April 9, 2020

Tesscipes w/ Tess Barnett: April 9, 2020 Tesscipes w/ Tess Barnett: April 9, 2020, 91.45 MB
Thu 9 Apr 2020

Tess is back with some more hot tops for cooking during the lockdown. This week features homemade stock and soup recipes. Mm, delicious.

Praise of Songs w/ Chris Cudby: April 9, 2020

Praise of Songs w/ Chris Cudby: April 9, 2020 Praise of Songs w/ Chris Cudby: April 9, 2020, 21.04 MB
Thu 9 Apr 2020

We might be in lockdown, but new music is still turning up at our doorsteps. Under The Radar's Chris Cudby joins us with three of his favourite new releases for the week. Featuring SMOOT's cover of The Mint Chicks' Welcome To Nowhere, The Bats' She's Down, and Lion Dixon's Luv.

I/V w/ Liz stokes and Jonathan Pierce: April 9, 2020

I/V w/ Liz stokes and Jonathan Pierce: April 9, 2020 I/V w/ Liz stokes and Jonathan Pierce: April 9, 2020, 18.27 MB
Thu 9 Apr 2020

Good news everyone! The Beths are back with a brand new track 'Dying to Believe', plus a flash new video and the announcement of their new album 'Jump Rope Gazers' coming July 10th- phew! Tune in to hear Liz and Jonathan have a chat about it all. 

NZ First: April 9, 2020

NZ First: April 9, 2020 NZ First: April 9, 2020, 18.69 MB
Thu 9 Apr 2020

We have Deputy Leader of NZ First Fletcher Tabuteau with us today. Normally we have this chat on a Wednesday but we haven’t been able to lock that in for quite a while. There’ll be time for a proper catch up at some point but he pandemic kei te haere - we are in the middle of a pandemic so that's where we start.

The Thursday Wire

The Thursday Wire The Thursday Wire, 106.11 MB
Thu 9 Apr 2020

On the show today, we start with a mihi to Huirangi Waikerepuru - a stalwart of Aotearoa and tino rangatiratanga, and champion of Te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga. Lillian had only just heard not long before the show started and was left a little speechless at the loss.

We will hear from Labour’s Andrew Little once again about what’s on the table in his review of Hate Speech Law and Electoral Registration for Prisoners.

Rachel interviewed Dr Paul Taillon from the University of Auckland about the labour crisis in the United States.

Mary-Margaret also catches up with Radio Adelaide’s Zoe Kounadis about there still not being a lockdown in Australia, and this week’s historic quashing of convictions against George Pell.

We have our updates from the Epidemic Response Committee meeting today where a large focus has been placed on the data being released - with new data having been released from MSD, and the announcement of weekly data coming from them with a breakdown of what benefits and subsidies are being provided.

Lillian speaks with NZ First deputy leader Fletcher Tabuteau and we touch base on the overseas New Zealanders and also the Epidemic Response Committee of which he is a member.

Epidemic Response Committee Notes: April 9th, 2020

Epidemic Response Committee Notes: April 9th, 2020 Epidemic Response Committee Notes: April 9th, 2020, 3.25 MB
Thu 9 Apr 2020

Today marked the sixth Epidemic Response Committee meeting. Lillian recaps the main points covered, as reported by James Tapp.

The Epidemic Response Committee was established in late March to consider and report to the House of Representatives on matters relating to the Government's management of Covid-19. The chairperson is Simon Bridges, leader of Opposition.

The next commitee meeting is scheduled for 10am Tuesday morning next week. 

State of the States w/ Dr Paul Taillon: April 9th, 2020

State of the States w/ Dr Paul Taillon: April 9th, 2020 State of the States w/ Dr Paul Taillon: April 9th, 2020, 20.09 MB
Thu 9 Apr 2020

And now for State of the States...

In breaking news, Bernie Sanders has dropped out of the US presidential race. Lillian Hanly recaps his campaign.

But, with the democratic primary being muted compared to the pandemic, a movement beyond Bernie Sanders appears to be happening.

With the number of strikes rapidly growing across the United States, COVID-19 is turning out to be an unprecedented labour crisis.

Rachel Simpson speaks to Dr Paul Taillon, a senior history lecturer at the University of Auckland. He specialises in working people and the labour movement in the United States and has written on gender, race and unionism in the States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They speak about the increase in worker solidarity despite push back from corporates and the government, how grassroots strikes are organised, and whether a general strike may be imminent.

State of the States w/ Dr Paul Taillon: April 9th, 2020

State of the States w/ Dr Paul Taillon: April 9th, 2020 State of the States w/ Dr Paul Taillon: April 9th, 2020, 20.09 MB
Thu 9 Apr 2020

And now for State of the States...

In breaking news, Bernie Sanders has dropped out of the US presidential race. Lillian Hanly recaps his campaign.

But, with the democratic primary being muted compared to the pandemic, a movement beyond Bernie Sanders appears to be happening.

With the number of strikes rapidly growing across the United States, COVID-19 is turning out to be an unprecedented labour crisis.

Rachel Simpson speaks to Dr Paul Taillon, a senior history lecturer at the University of Auckland. He specialises in working people and the labour movement in the United States and has written on gender, race and unionism in the States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They speak about the increase in worker solidarity despite push back from corporates and the government, how grassroots strikes are organised, and whether a general strike may be imminent.