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Benji Hyer on Charlottesville

Benji Hyer discusses the shocking incidents which took place in Charlottesville, Virginia

Benji Hyer on Charlottesville

Charlottesville, Virginia.

Protests have turned ugly, even deadly. Despite Trump’s insistent that violence was committed from both camps; the truth was that the events of this weekend were not the fault of “many sides”, but of racists and white supremacists.

It is time for President Trump to recognise the violence, and condemn the blatant white supremacy which is still rife in the United States.

Benji Hyer did not discuss the events of Charlottesville, Virginia on his show this past Sunday – instead, here is a bonus clip with of him discussing it online.

Benji Hyer on Charlottesville

Benji Hyer discusses the events which took place in Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend. (5 minutes)

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Films

Coming Soon: W!ZARD Studios Presents: The Mission

W!ZARD Studios’ latest documentary stars Benji Hyer investigating climate change.

Coming Soon: W!ZARD Studios Presents: The Mission



W!ZARD Studios, a division of W!ZARD Radio Media, is excited to announce it’s latest radio documentary: The Mission – Fighting Everyday, To Ensure Another One.

In the documentary, British journalist Benji Hyer investigates climate change and the impact it is having on our world today. He speaks with several notable figures in the race to fix our planet – including former United States Vice President Al Gore.

The documentary will be released on Friday 18th August 2017 to celebrate the release of Paramount Pictures’ An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power, directed to Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk and starring former United States Vice President Al Gore.

The documentary will be premiered on W!ZARD Radio Station at 5.00pm UK time on Friday 18th August, before it is made available on the official W!ZARD Radio Media website and iTunes for…

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Politics

Hyer's Highlights: North Korea and Trump

Benji Hyer responds to a listener who suggests that Kim Jong-Un may be willing to put his citizens on the line...

Hyer's Highlights: North Korea and Trump

In the last week, we have seen a war of words between Donald Trump and North Korea.

On Tuesday, he told reporters that “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States” or else “they will be met with fire, fury and power like the world has never seen”: In response, North Korean state-run media reported that the country was “carefully examining” a plan to strike US Pacific territory of Guam with missiles.

The following day, Mr Trump boasted that the US nuclear arsenal is “more powerful than ever”.


As China encouraged restraint, Trump openly declared on Thursday that his “fire and fury” warning maybe “wasn’t tough enough”. Asked what would be tougher than fire and fury, he simply replied: “you’ll see”.

On Friday, he tweeted that military solutions are “locked and loaded” should NK “act unwisely”, and added that NK…

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