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A selection of interviews and highlights from Breakfast (airs weekdays 6 - 9am) in MP3 format. To listen, use one of the players listed here.


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MP3 Choice Cuts w. Dariush

MP3, 8m08s, 1.9MB, first broadcast 1 October 2014

Dariush tells listeners the secret to making Blanquette- a French veal ragout. PERMALINK


MP3 Lawline

MP3, 12m59s, 3MB, first broadcast 1 October 2014

95bFM's resident lawyer, Dominion Law's Tim Riley, give our listeners advice. PERMALINK


MP3 Brown's Town (with Penny Hulse)

MP3, 9m19s, 2.1MB, first broadcast 1 October 2014

Penny Hulse talks about the environmental health of the Hauraki Gulf, why the Warriors must leave Mt Smart stadium when the lease expires in 2018, and the funding for the Waitakere festival. PERMALINK


MP3 Craccum

MP3, 7m52s, 14.4MB, first broadcast 30 September 2014

Craccum editors Kit & Ana talk to Zac about the latest issue. PERMALINK


MP3 Greens w/ Metiria Turei

MP3, 8m17s, 15.2MB, first broadcast 30 September 2014

Greens co-lead Metira Turei reflects on the election campaign. PERMALINK


MP3 TV on the Radio

MP3, 8m25s, 1.9MB, first broadcast 25 September 2014

This week we talk about True Detective and the new actors for the next season PERMALINK


MP3 Political Commentary with Rod Oram

MP3, 9m45s, 2.2MB, first broadcast 25 September 2014

Rod Oram Talks to Zac about the economy and what the government is or isn't doing to keep it going. Student Debt Christchurch Auckland Housing Bubble TPPA PERMALINK


MP3 Lawline

MP3, 12m37s, 2.9MB, first broadcast 24 September 2014

95bFM's resident lawyer, Dominion Law's Tim Riley, give our listeners advice. PERMALINK


MP3 Choice Cuts w. Dariush

MP3, 7m59s, 1.8MB, first broadcast 24 September 2014

Dariush from Cazador restaurant talks about bolognese! PERMALINK


MP3 Brown's Town (with Penny Hulse)

MP3, 8m28s, 1.9MB, first broadcast 24 September 2014

Penny Hulse discusses why Auckland Council has cut jobs, the disposal of Queen Elizabeth square, and the influence the government has over the Fullers ferry. PERMALINK


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