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Host: Noelle McCarthy Producer: Kristen Berger.

12:15 Angus Trumble. Smile and the whole world smiles with you. Smiling has had its highs and lows through history. Not all smiles mean the same thing. How have smiles been interpreted through time? Angus Trumble, author of " A Brief History of the Smile" on the Wire today.

12:50 Tim Barnett M.P. The registers on sex workers were compiled before the law change on prostitution, but Wellington police now say they want to retain the registers for a national database. Tim Barnett, sponsored the Prostitution Reform Act and says he doesn't see any problem with the registers.

1:05 b- fashion with Wallace. An interview with Tanya Carlson.

1:30 Irish smoking ban. Reactions to the Irish ban on smoking are being monitored all over the world, not least here in New Zealand. If can work there can it work here? The Wire gauges reaction from the front line of the service industry in Cork City, Ireland.

1:45 The Magazine Review with Monica Dwyer.

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