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In Conversation with Noel Cheer Line-Up

Media Release, Triangle Television

Programme: In Conversation with Noel Cheer

Broadcast Tuesday evenings on: Triangle Television Wellington (8pm), Triangle Television Auckland (8:30pm), TelstraSaturn Cable (Channel 50) in Wellington, Kapiti and Christchurch at 8pm.

The programme is repeated on the following Monday at 5pm on Stratos Television which is available on Freeview Channel 21 and Sky Digital Channel 89. The Stratos schedule changes on September 1.

Programme line-up from August 26 to September 16 [Stratos dates in brackets]

August 26: Bishop Richard Randerson tells us what the outcome of the recent Lambeth Conference is likely to mean for Anglicans worldwide and in New Zealand. [Stratos August 26 at 8:30pm]

September 2: Lyndsay Freer, spokesperson for the Roman Catholic Church explains the significance of the recent World Youth Day. [Stratos September 8]

September 9: Judi Clements of the Mental Health Foundation discusses the right of all to good mental health within a just society and how it can be achieved. [Stratos September 15]

September 16: Lynne Jackett of the National Library takes us through the fascinating world of children’s books. [Stratos September 22]

September 23: Dr Jeya Wilson is a volunteer on the Barack Obama election campaign. In the past she has chaired the Oxford Union debating society and was in South Africa when it emerged as a modern nation. [Stratos September 29]


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