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Dunedin's Radio I Political Line-Up


Radio 1 91 FM – /Real Groovy Morning Spectrum/ for Friday August 26, 2005

Coming up on today’s politics show with Sam Huggard:

Today we take an indepth look at the tax debate, talking to the finance spokespeople of the two major parties, as well as ACT's Rodney Hide. We also meet the Greens candidate for Dunedin South, and in our regular weekly features the Minister of Education joins us just after 11am, and we wrap up the show with 'the week in politics' with the Otago Daily Times political editor Dene McKenzie.

10.05 Peter Tomlinson, Green Party candidate for Dunedin South

10.30 John Key, National Party's Finance Spokesman

10.45: Michael Cullen, Minister of Finance

11.10 Trevor Mallard, Minister of Education

11.40: Rodney Hide, Act Leader

11.50 Dene McKenzie, Otago Daily Times political editor.

The Real Groovy Morning Spectrum is Radio 1’s weekday news and current affairs show, from 10 am – 12 noon.

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