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Williams Up Front this Week

Media Alert: Williams Up Front

Wednesday & Thursday at 8.00pm,

SKY News Australia New Zealand, (SKY Channel 54)

Williams Up Front immediately precedes the SKY News screening of 3News at 8.30pm

Award winning broadcaster, Larry Williams, deals to current affairs in a straightforward and provocative manner. His "no spin" approach cuts through the rhetoric as he interviews the newsmakers and experts of the moment:

Wednesday 21 September

Decision '05? Not bleedin' likely - not this side of October, anyway.

We'll explore likely outcomes and likely coalitions. And if a deal is done, how long is it going to last - or is an implosion inevitable?

Guests: Political commentators and analysts Dr Jon Johansson and Dr Joe Atkinson join Larry to discuss the campaigns, the election and the results.

Thursday 22 September

Three years ago, Deborah Coddington swapped her journalist's pen for a seat in Parliament. In the parlance of war, she became an "embedded journalist." Act Party leader Richard Prebble said of her then, "She'll be trouble, but she'll be good." Now she's quit Parliament to return writing, Deborah is in a position to tell us how it really is.

Guest: Journalist, Deborah Coddington

For further information, please visit www.williamsupfront.co.nz

ENDS

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