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This Sunday 8pm - Mika interviews Pansy Wong

This Sunday, October 8, 8pm on Maori Television

This week's dramas in Mikaland are politically charged. See just what goes off when I force National's little lady Pansy Wong to join my glam army - the Air Mika cabin crew. Hear our favourite top Asian MP talk about community spirit and the great Chinese fear of Sunday! The Plastic Maori are joined by an upcoming singer, Madonna - who looks strangely like me somehow.

In Pa Cinema tonight we conclude the tale of Lemi - superhero for the 'Nesian Age. And seriously sexy Tina Cross jumps into her gold stilettos to tell us all "These Boots Are Made for Walking". But do not be afraid - I made sure I got to wear the gold shirt!


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