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10:20 The All Blacks go for Bronze at the Rugby World Cup

As the All Blacks face off against Wales for the third place spot in the Rugby World Cup, Clay Wilson speaks with Karyn from Tokyo.

New Zealand's wing Ben Smith (L) reacts after diving for a try then disallowed  during the Japan 2019 Rugby World Cup bronze final match between New Zealand and Wales at the Tokyo Stadium in Tokyo on November 1, 2019. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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10:30 Controversy boils over cartoon of young mother on a cellphone

Cartoonist Michael Leunig has been accused of unfairly judging mothers after his drawing in Melbourne's The Age newspaper last week accompanied by a poem about a mother being busy on the phone with her abandoned baby lamenting he was "unseen and alone, wishing that he was loved like a phone."

Michael Leunig defends the cartoon in an opinion piece titled "Aiming to stir the possum, I got engulfed in free floating hate" published by The Age.

He joins Karyn from Melbourne, to speak further about his cartoon and the ensuing criticism and support.

The cartoon by Michael Leunig at the centre of the controversy.

The cartoon by Michael Leunig at the centre of the controversy. Photo: supplied

10:45 Pre-Wired with Danielle Street: Kiwnanuka, Mo Muse and Duandita

Danielle Street joins us with a preview of three new music selections that will feature on her Totally Wired show on Auckland's 95 bfm on Saturday mornings.

Tonight British artist Michael Kiwanuka and his third album, Kiwanuka, followed by Auckland's Mo Muse and his recently released debut record, The First Generation LP which reflects on his life as a first generation Kiwi after his family immigrated from Somalia. Then Duendita aka Candace Camacho from New York teaming up with Florida-based German-born producer, Bakery.

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