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In Conversation with Noel Cheer

In Conversation with Noel Cheer

Broadcast on Triangle Television Wellington and on Stratos Television (nationwide on Freeview Channel 21 and available on Sky channel 89)

Programme line-up from May 6 to May 27

Broadcast date: May 6 Prof. John Nacey Urologist What is it that prevents many men from confronting the symptoms of a prostate gland that needs attention? In this Conversation, Professor Nacey will de-mystify the prostate.

Broadcast date: May 13 Rev. John Murray ONZM Dignity New Zealand Dignity New Zealand promotes your right to choose when and how you die. Rev John Murray is their religious Advisory Trustee.

Broadcast date: May 20 Stephanie McIntyre Downtown Community Ministry There are people sleeping rough in Wellington they have just fallen out the bottom of society. The Downtown Community Ministry helps them.

Broadcast date: May 27 Margaret Hurst Family History Librarian, National Library Why do people want to research their family history and what resources does the National Library of New Zealand offer?


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