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Tonight on Holmes – Prime TV

Tonight on Holmes – Prime TV

- The ethics of egg donation. Should embryos be stored, donated or used for research? Fertility associate Dr Richard Fisher is LIVE.

Also this week,

- Where to from here for the Greens? Jeanette Fitzsimons on a future without Rod Donald.

- Wedding stalkers. They don?t know you and you don?t know them. However, they turn up to your wedding anyway. What is that about?

- Alistair Gaplin attempts three Guinness World Records.

* How many garlic cloves can he eat in sixty seconds?
* How many socks can he put on one foot in sixty seconds?
* How many words can he say backwards in sixty seconds?

- Panellists this week are Christine Rankin, former TVNZ board member Michelle Boag and NZ Idol judge Paul Ellis.

ENDS


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