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Triangle TV: In Conversation with Noel Cheer


Triangle Television

In Conversation with Noel Cheer

Broadcast on Tuesday evenings on Triangle Television Wellington (8:00pm), Triangle Television Auckland (8:30pm) and on Stratos Television on Freeview Channel 21 and Sky Digital Channel 89 (8:30pm) Programme line-up from June 3 to June 24 June 3: Trish Grant, Director of Advocacy IHC

An advocate can speak up for the rights of another as if those rights were his or her own. Trish Grant of IHC does that for those with intellectual disabilities. June 10: Mike Smith, President of Diabetes New Zealand

Diabetes can and must be managed. Mike Smith tells us why far the best management is self-management. June 17: Brett Newell, Wine Expert

Wine produces pleasant feelings, poetry and considerable national pride. Brett Newell will guide us through the delighful world of wine. June 24: Dame Laurie Salas, Peace Advocate Now in her 80s, Dame Laurie Salas is still actively campaigning for human rights and peace.

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