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This week on Holmes - 13 October 2005

This week on Holmes - 13 October 2005 :

1. An exclusive interview with JONAH LOMU and his wife and manager, Fiona, as they prepare for Cardiff...

Should Jonah be going to Cardiff or should he give rugby up? Some think Jonah should accept the passing of the years and find new goals however, Jonah is determined to play. Does Jonah leave New Zealand with some hurt over comments about his loyalty to New Zealand and our bid for 2011 Rugby World Cup?

2. Also on the programme this week, the new Maori MP, HONE HARAWIRA, with his mother, the radical activist, TITIWHAI HARAWIRA. How is this son like his mother? What can we see of their relationship and what is Hone hoping to achieve in Parliament?

3. All eyes are on XCELLENT... The New Zealand Horse with the best sprint in the world, a sprint that has already thrilled New Zealand crowds. XCELLENT'S owners have their sights set on Australia's Spring Racing season... Can our horse of the year square off against Australia's horse of the year MACCABEE DIVA to take the Melbourne Cup?

4. Panellists this week include Jonah Lomu's friend and mentor ERIC RUSH and Slingshot CEO, ANNETTE PRESLEY..

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