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This week on Holmes

This week on Holmes:

** Trouble this week at TVNZ. CEO Ian Fraser leaves and an anti golden handshake government gives him a golden handshake.
* How does that work?
* Should a CEO be involved in top salary negotiations?
* Why would he or she not be?
* As TVNZ continues to fester, Canwest CEO Brent Impey is LIVE.

Also this week.

** Was Xcellent robbed?
* Should the Melbourne Cup track have been watered?
* Alison Mau has spent the week with third place getter Xcellent.
* Holmes will show you what you did not see on Cup day.
* The sexiest gay man in the world puts a Queer Eye over Melbourne fashions. Carson Kressley is with us.

** Plus how much BLING! can you get for your buck?
* Holmes checks out ten million dollars worth of luxury jewellery and watches.

** Panellists this week are Georgina Beyer, Gareth Morgan and Deborah Coddington

ENDS

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