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The Monday Wire.
Host: Paul Casserly.
Producer:Randall Potter.

12.20. T.V. Review.

Pop Idol, Paris Hilton and Mikey Havoc-our T.V. reviewer Rohani Evans passes her own judgement on the latest hits and misses.

12.30 Helen Clark.

Down but not out as the Doctor continues his rise in the polls... A replay of this mornings Breakfast conversation with the Prime Minister.

12.45.Reality Rissole.

Nick d'Angelo serves up another reality rissole with lashings of media, salacious rumour and personal vendettas.

1.15. John Pulie.

One of the guest artists at the Triennial currently showing at Auckland City Art Gallery. The theme this year is privacy.

1.45. Newsboys World of Sport.

Cricket up, rugby down. Jeremy Newsboy talks sport at home and abroad.

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