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12:00 bNews

12:10 PM Helen Clark. Replay of today's breakfast interview.

12:20 Victoria University historian Giselle Byrnes describes the Waitangi Tribunal as "an ultimately flawed experiment". She talks about her new book and whether objective history is possible.

1.00 Reality Rissole with Nick D'Angelo

1.20 David Darby from the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences.

NZ's biggest coalminer wants to bury its C02 emmissions underground. Could it avert global warming, or is it just a way of avoiding carbon taxes.

1.30 Newsboy's world of Sport. Sports news with Jeremy Wells.

1.45 TV Addict. Rohani Evans' weekly television review.

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