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Next Week on Holmes,

Next Week on Holmes,

Sunday 23rd, Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th April, 7:30pm on Prime.

Sunday 23rd April, 8:45pm - Holmes Anzac Special

The most hallowed NZ military award for bravery is the Victoria Cross.

Who were some of the New Zealanders who received it and who should have been awarded this honour?

Paul Holmes joins military historians Glyn Harper and John Tonkin-Covell at the Waiouru Army museum to discuss the history of the Victoria Cross in a one hour Holmes Anzac Special.

* Prime will show and encore screening of the Holmes Anzac Special on ANZAC Day, Tuesday 25th April, 11:00am.

Wednesday 26th April, 7:30pm - Holmes

Toa Fraser and Bernard Fanning. Two superbly creative men. Both writers. One writes songs and the other movie scripts. Toa Fraser on the international success of No 2 and an exclusive interview with Powderfinger front-man Bernard Fanning ahead of his New Zealand tour.

  • Also, don't miss Paul Holmes, on Prime's current affairs quiz show, Out of the Question, Tuesdays at 9:30pm.
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