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Holmes: At Home With Clark And Brash

Thursday 25 August

Holmes: At Home With Clark And Brash

Tuesday 30 August, 8:30pm

Prime's Election Special, Holmes: At Home with Clark and Brash will screen this Tuesday 30 August at 8:30pm. In this exclusive, Paul Holmes speaks openly and candidly with the two prospective Prime Ministers and their partners in the comfort of their homes.

These behind closed-door discussions reveal the private lives of Helen Clark and Don Brash.

Holmes speaks with Helen Clark and her husband Peter Davis about their marriage and life outside of politics. Don Brash and his wife, Je Lan, speak truthfully about their relationship and their difficult times.

An Election Special Not To Be Missed

Holmes: At Home With Clark And Brash, Tuesday 30 August, 8:30pm on Prime

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