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The Wednesday Wire - Host: Jen Craddock - Producer: Noelle Mc Carthy.

12.00 bNews with Will. Weather and surf.

12.10 The AUSA Report with Kate Sutton. What the students are into.

12.25 Sandor Lau.

Former Fulbright Scholar Sandor Lau is in studio talking about his documentary Behaviours of the Backpacker which he filmed on a shoestring budget while walking the 500k's from Auckland to Cape Reinga. The doco screens this Saturday and he'll tell us all about it.

12.50 Australian Correspondent.

Aussie journo Jacqui Walker with all the news from the neighbours. Perhaps she'll shed light on what's behind the flag waving and keep fit regiemes planned for Australian schools.

1.20 Geek of The Week- Dr. Steve O Shea.

Auckland's Captain Ahab? The AUT oceanographer on his search for the Giant Squid in the waters off the New Zealand coast. Dr O Shea has recently been the subject of a New Yorker article documenting his mission to find a squid larva and grow it to maturity in one of Kelly Tarlton's tanks...Dr Steve O Shea is our Geek of the Week.

1.45 The Book Review.

Mr Mark Easterbrook with a roundup of this year's Montana Book Awards Finalists.

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