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Extra Olympics Coverage On Tv One This Sunday

Extra Olympics Coverage On TV One This Sunday

TV ONE's coverage of the Beijing Olympics will start two hours early this Sunday, 17 August. The special 9am start will allow TVNZ to screen highlights of the large number of New Zealanders contesting medals during Saturday night, and in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Strong New Zealand medal prospects are competing in Track & Field, Rowing, and Cycling, on what Kiwi sports fans are hoping will be a 'Super Saturday.' The schedule change affects regular Sunday morning programmes My God, Attitude, and Agenda, all of which will return the following weekend.

• For further information on TVNZ's coverage of Beijing 2008, visit tvnz.co.nz/Olympics.

• Information on TVNZ's influential political interview programme, Agenda, including transcripts, and archived episodes, can be found at tvnz.co.nz/Agenda.

• The latest information on Attitude, a current affairs programme that examines the issues that affect disabled New Zealanders, is at tvnz.co.nz/Attitude.

• Information on My God, a series that explores and celebrates the spiritual diversity of New Zealanders is online at tvnz.co.nz/My God.

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