On The Wire today we have Dear Science with Allan Blackman who tells us about amalgam fillings, trace elements and chromium, and fake rainbow water.
Tracey Martin is back at work so we hear about the last stretch in the government's first 100 days.
Producer Will Parsonson talks to CEO Kevin Hague from Forest and Bird regarding their report that highlights a cover up attempt from NZ Fisheries.
Finally, we hear from Dr. Kalama O Ka Aina from Hawaii who talks us through what happened after the false missile alert earlier this week and discusses why nuclear war is only a threat because of America's occupation of their land.
Clayton seems to be having a good run of Madman releases that also shone bright at the 2017 New Zealand International Film Festival. This week it's dark British drama, Lady Macbeth. No, not the Scottish Billy S. wife, but instead a Yorkshire interpretation of a character from Russian literature who (similar to Billy's femme) becomes a sinister product of her oppressive, austere environment.
Mayor Goff's had it up to _here_ with your trash. Literally. Well... maybe not _your_ trash, per se, but the vast piles of it illegally dumped around Auckland each week. Costing ratepayers up to a cool million each year to clean up, His Worship details his plans to get tough on dumping. (There might even be a few swears.)
Today on Dear Science with AUT's Allan Blackman, we talk about potentially poisonous fillings, whether chromium is a trace element, and finally we talk about a new type if water which is said to be infused with rainbows... Sounds legit.