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Kiwi In The Hot Seat

Friday 14 October
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Kiwi In The Hot Seat

Monday 17 October at 7.30pm

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire has a kiwi in the Hot Seat who wins big, this Monday night, 17 October at 7.30pm on Prime.

Brian McDonnell, a 50 year old Media Studies Lecturer at Massey University in Auckland, will take his place in the Millionaire hot seat to see if he can answer his way to a million dollars.

“When I see people having their lives turned around by the “Millionaire” experience, it provides an excellent stimulus to have a go. One thing I’ve always wanted to do is take a year off work to see if I can write creatively: a win of $64,000 would make that possible.”
Brian McDonnell.

Just how much will Brian win? Find out by watching Who Wants To Be A Millionaire this Monday night, 17 October at 7.30pm only on Prime.

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