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

12:00 News with Jen. Weather and surf.

12.15: Brian Rudman.

The Herald columnist on preserving our volcanoes from rampant road building.

12.30: Helen Clark

A replay of the Prime Minister's interview on Breakfast this morning.

12.45: The reality Rissole

With Nick d'Angelo

1.00: John White.

Assistant police commissioner John White on the NZ police force forging closer bonds with Indonesian police. Since the Bali bombing the region has woken up to the reality that it is not immune to terrorist attacks. This has lead to NZ and Indonesia forging close ties, both in intelligence and police training in an effort to better prepare the region for any potential threats.

1.45: Newsboys World of Sport.

With Jeremy Wells

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial. From the desk of Noelle McCarthy News and Editorial Director Radio 95bfm

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