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  • We tackle the recent report on New Zealands Cervical Screening Programme, by Dr McGooganson with ACT MP, Heather Roy.
  • Scoop's Alistair Thompson gives us the lowdown from the land of law on "In the House" the bFM political review, keeping Aucklanders in touch with Wellie Town.
  • Did they? Or did they not? Did the United States government twist and bungle their intelligence to justify the invasion of Iraq? Professior Steve Hoadley from Auckland University tosses up the arguments.
  • Steven Gray reviews the best in Vid's on the Video Review, bought to you in association with Civic Video.
  • SPARK3 Media and Creative Arts festival is happening at Waikato University next month, we catch up with the young and talented Mitch Thomas, writer in residence at who'll unveil his latest creation at this grand occasion.
  • And of course the Book Review, well read Mark Easterbrook with his opinions on the latest in stories.
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