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Sunday Best, 10am - 12pm on Radio 95bFM

Host: Damian Christie Producer: Olivia Kember

10.05 Rewired - The best of the week's interviews on bFM. This week includes snippets of Canterbury University Communication Lecturer Jim Tully on Iraqi torture photos; Simon Power and Mark Burton on New Zealand defence issues; and comedian Alexei Sayle talking to Mikey Havoc. Thanks to Woosh Wireless.

10.30 The Cultural Calendar with Olivia Kember

10.45 The week in review - this week's correspondent, Listener columnist Jane Clifton

11.00 Chris Knox, kiwi musician and multimedia legend on "Very Short Films", the new collection of 41 Flying Nun videos from throughout the years.

11.30 How to Pick Up Girls... a continuing series of dubious merit. This week, the Street Pick-up.

11.45 Stepping Out Bar & Restaurant Review with Wallace Chapman, thanks to Metro magazine.

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