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95bFM Breakfast with Zac.

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, 5m16s, 1.2MB, first broadcast 10 December 2014


MP3 Comedy Vs. Music

MP3, 8m03s, 7.4MB, first broadcast 9 December 2014

Ditching the music part, Rhys Matthewson just plays us some comedy this week PERMALINK

MP3 Coal Is The New Black: Heavy

MP3, 8m02s, 7.4MB, first broadcast 9 December 2014

Heavy play live in studio for the chance top play at the bFM Christmas party 'Coal Is The New Black' PERMALINK

MP3 Interview with Hospital Sports

MP3, 9m49s, 2.2MB, first broadcast 8 December 2014

Zac chats with Auckland locals Hospital Sports who are finalists for the Coal is the New Black Christmas party PERMALINK

MP3 Labour Party - Andrew Little

MP3, 8m31s, 2MB, first broadcast 8 December 2014

Zac is on the phone for the first time with Labour Leader Andrew Little to talk politics PERMALINK

MP3 Weird News

MP3, 7m19s, 1.7MB, first broadcast 8 December 2014

It's monday! It's weird news! PERMALINK

MP3 Political Commentary with Bryce Edwards

MP3, 9m10s, 2.1MB, first broadcast 4 December 2014

Bryce Edwards from the New Zealand Herald is on the phone with Zac to talk about a recent headline: The Downfall of John Key PERMALINK


MP3, 11m19s, 2.6MB, first broadcast 4 December 2014

Jenna Todd from Time Out Bookstore in Mt Eden is in studio to talk about 'Killing Yourself To Live' by Chuck Klosterman. PERMALINK

MP3 The Green Party

MP3, 9m46s, 8.9MB, first broadcast 2 December 2014

Dr Russell Norman talks to Ellen PERMALINK

MP3 Comedy Vs. Music

MP3, 12m37s, 11.5MB, first broadcast 2 December 2014

Rhys Matthewson swaps comedy for some of Zac and Ellen's music PERMALINK

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