The Monday Wire
Mon, 12-1 PM
Since his first days at university it has been Gary's dream to become a journalist.
During his studies, he listened to good music on his discman, gradually grew out of his Marxist phase (not really) and, of course, joined the bFM news team.
Now everything's come together - Gary hosts the Monday Wire, maintaining his non-partisan credibility and asking the questions a potential patsy would certainly value hearing answered.
Every Monday Wire features 'The Southern Cross' - our Pacific news segment with Alex Perrottet from the Pacific Media Centre.
SOME FAVOURITE INTERVIEWS OF 2012
Brother Number One - Part 1
Brother Number One - Part 2
Olympian and trans-Tasman rowing champion Rob Hamill tells Gary about Brother Number One - the documentary of his journey to Cambodia to seek justice for his brother Kerry who was killed by the Khmer Rouge.
Otorohanga Youth Programmes
Gary speaks to Otorohanga Mayor Dale Williams about the government's decision to stop funding the district's incredibly successful youth programmes.
Paralympics Coverage: Up To Par?
Labour's spokesperson on Disability Issues and Broadcasting, Clare Curran, voices her criticism of the meagre coverage of the Paralympics.
Pig Cells to Treat Parkinson's
Gary interviews neurologist Dr Barry Snow about an upcoming trial into using pig cells for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.