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In Conversation with Noel Cheer

Media Release, 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 July 1 to July 29

July 1: Louise May, Social Policy Manager, Citizens’ Advice Bureaux. As citizens we have rights and sometimes we don’t know what they are. The 2600 volunteers of CAB can help.

July 8: Bill Tito, Craftsman Book Repair Specialist A bibliopegist binds books but Bill Tito goes further and restores badly damaged books, under the bashful title of “surgeon general to literature”

July 15: Allan Levett, NZ China Friendship Society. From the time of Rewi Alley in the 1920s, New Zealand has had friendly relations with China, a country with nearly 400 times our population.

July 22: Rosie Bailey, Post- and Ante-Natal Distress Support Group. Post-Natal depression is not just “baby blues”. Its real, it hurts, and it can be helped. July 29: Professor Raymond Bradley, a “home-grown atheist” who finds religion offensive. Is any useful dialogue possible with those who are “religious”?


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