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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) and on TelstraSaturn Cable (Channel 50) in Wellington and Christchurch at 8pm on Tuesdays.

Programme line-up from July 29 to August 19 July 29: Professor Raymond Bradley, a “home-grown” atheist, tells us why religion is so objectionable.

August 5: Helen Kelly, President of the Council of Trade Unions, discusses why this movement is still relevant in the 21st Century.

August 12: Roger Kerr, Director of the NZ Business Roundtable. From tax rates to the FTA, from Climate change to government intervention in the economy —The Business Roundtable keeps a watching brief.

August 19: Catherine Healy of the Prostitutes Collective sums up the improvements in the five years since the passing of the Prostitution Reform Act.

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