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WEDNESDAY WIRE with Russell Brown - Produced by Patrick Crewdson & Damien Lay

12.00 - News with Will

12.10 - AUSA report with AUSA President Kate Sutton

12:20 - Lenka Rochford of the People's Moratorium Enforcement Agency

12.45 - Rt Rev Richard Randerson talking about Bishop Whakahuihui Vercoe's appointment as Archbishop

1.05 - Hard Word interview : David Slack on his new book

1.30 - Dr Misha Kavka from University of Auckland's Film TV & Media Department talking about a seminar she'll be giving this Thursday on 'Settler dread and LOTR' (In Studio)

1.45 - Mark Easterbrook with the book review. A special feature on the works of Witi Ihimaera (In Studio)


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