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Five of the best Conversations for 2010

The arts, life-and-death and Maoritanga feature in holiday repeats of In Conversation with Noel Cheer.

Five of the best Conversations for 2010 will be repeated throughout January on Triangle/Stratos Television.

December 29 and January 3: Dr Ranginui Walker on Maoritanga.
January 5 and 10: Boyd Klap on the touring Anne Frank exhibition.
January 12 and 17: Lesley Martin on voluntary euthanasia.
January 19 and 24: Simon Manchester on the pottery of Doreen Blumhardt,
January 26 and 31: the acclaimed New Zealand actor, Miranda Harcourt.

Triangle Television, Auckland: (UHF Channels 41, 42 and 52) Wednesdays at 7:00pm

Stratos Television, nationwide on the following Monday at 8:30pm.

Stratos is found on the satellite platforms Sky Digital Channel 89 and Freeview Digital Channel 21. Additionally available on Freeview Terrestrial after March 1.

Stratos is also found on Telstraclear Cable Channel 89 in Wellington, Kapiti and Christchurch and on the streaming television website


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