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Scoop Interview on MiddleEast Roadmap on bFM Today

Scoop Interview on Middle East Roadmap on 95bFM today

Scoop deputy editor Selwyn Manning will be interviewed on the Middle East Roadmap to Peace on Auckland radio 95bFM at 1:30pm [NZ time] today.

The interview is part of Scoop Media’s weekly political round-up session on 95bFM, scheduled each Tuesday at 1:30pm [NZ time]. Scoop editor Alastair Thompson features on 95bFM each first and second week, and Selwyn Manning every third week.

  • You can listen to 95bFM at 95.4 on your FM dial or on the web at http://www.95bfm.com/livefeed.php

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