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Host Simon Pound
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12 00 News with Will

12 30 Dean Lonergan

The fourth Fight for Life is on tonight at the North Shore events centre, Dean will be talking about how far the event has come, where it plans to go and what all the fuss was about.

12 45 David Skilling

David Skilling is the CEO of the new privately funded think-tank 'The New Zealand Institute' that hopes to promote creative, independent thinking that will impact on New Zealands economic and social future. One avenue they have an interest in is how student debt impacts upon students future asset owning capabilites.

1 00 David Herkt

Former editor of Express magazine and current researcher and editor for Queer Nation is joining us to discuss some of the issues that are surfacing in the David McNee murder case, namely how homosexual fear is used as a defense for homosexual violence.

1 30 Alastair Thompson from scoop.co.nz with 'In the House'

1 45 Ant Timpson's Film Review

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