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Neutral Corner: The war for Syria, part two

Neutral Corner: The war for Syria, part two Neutral Corner: The war for Syria, part two, 137.33 MB
Thu 19 Apr 2018

In a follow-up to last week, Neutral Corner examines the contrasting coverage given to US-led strikes in Syria by CNN and PressTV, with a cold open by Alex Jones.

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: April 19, 2018

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: April 19, 2018 95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: April 19, 2018, 319.52 MB
Thu 19 Apr 2018

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Rod's spitting straight facts on political commentary; Delaney accidentally starts contentious feijoa discourse; and Troy and Pippa join us with an ecclectic mix of precious vinyl in anticipation for Record Store Day. This Saturday, 8 - 11am. Can't miss it. 

Graveyard with Sam: Thursday April 19, 2018

Graveyard with Sam: Thursday April 19, 2018 Graveyard with Sam: Thursday April 19, 2018 , 163.78 MB
Thu 19 Apr 2018

This week's show features new music from Hans Pucket, Kali Uchis, Father John Misty, Janelle Monae, Miles Kane and more. 

The One to Four with Sigrid: 19 April, 2018

The One to Four with Sigrid: 19 April, 2018 The One to Four with Sigrid: 19 April, 2018, 321.68 MB
Thu 19 Apr 2018

Who Arted with Aimée Ralfini

Painter Damien Kurth Painter Damien Kurth, 21.94 MB
Thu 19 Apr 2018

Aimee chats with painter Damien Kurth, about his current exhibition Tropicana.

Who Arted Aimee Ralfini 95bFM Morning Glory

Who Arted with Aimée Ralfini

Painter Damien Kurth Painter Damien Kurth, 21.94 MB
Thu 19 Apr 2018

Aimee chats with painter Damien Kurth, about his current exhibition Tropicana.

Who Arted Aimee Ralfini 95bFM Morning Glory

A Little bit of Andy with Lachlan

A Little bit of Andy with Lachlan A Little bit of Andy with Lachlan, 26.5 MB
Thu 19 Apr 2018

Andrew Little joined Lachlan again for their regular chat. This week they discuss the delayed decision on the expansion of Waikeria prison, the government's response to missile strikes in Syria, and the Whakatōhea Mandate Inquiry Report

The treatment of domestic violence in the Family Court system

The treatment of domestic violence in the Family Court system The treatment of domestic violence in the Family Court system , 8.73 MB
Thu 19 Apr 2018

Today Newsroom reported that the New Zealand Family Court has made frequent inappropriate comments about domestic violence victims. For example, a judge concluded that a victim was a "successful school teacher" and "a robust and resilient person" and therefore "did not have an ongoing need for protection". This was after the victim had suffered whiplash from being bodyslammed by her former partner. In response to this report, Jemima spoke with Dr Henry Kha who is a family law lecturer in the Faculty of Law at UoA. They talked about how domestic violence is responded to in the law, why victim-blaming comments made by the Family Court matter and how these negative patterns will change. If you're ever in need of help for a domesic violence issue, please call Womens Refuge at 0800 733 843 or HELP at (09) 623 1700. 

The Wire with Lachlan: Thursday 19th April

The Wire with Lachlan: Thursday 19th April The Wire with Lachlan: Thursday 19th April, 104.11 MB
Thu 19 Apr 2018

First up, News Director Lilian Hanly spoke to Chris Widdup, the Project Manager for Connected Media, running the Outlook for Someday sustainability film project. Neutral corner returns as we look at the Syrian crisis. Andrew Little joins Lachlan for their regular chat, this week discussing the delayed Waikeria decision, the government’s response to western strikes on syria and the Whakatōhea report. Jemima speak with Dr Henry Kha about domestic violence in the court system. Finally this day in history returns as Ben takes us through the resignation of Fidel Castro as first secretary of the cuban communist party in 2011.

Will cryptocurrency profoundly alter the monetary system?

Will cryptocurrency profoundly alter the monetary system? Will cryptocurrency profoundly alter the monetary system?, 32.53 MB
Thu 19 Apr 2018

Will cryptocurrency profoundly alter the monetary system? What is the future of cryptocurrency? What are the pros and cons? And what do they mean for economics, for power, and for society? Maria Amoudian discusses the questions around cryptocurrency with David Golumbia, Gina C. Pieters, Lee W. McKnight, and Emin Gun Sirer.

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