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12.00 b News with Rebecca

12.15 Stephen Franks. ACT MP Stephen franks on why he's not supporting The Civil Unions Bill any more

12.30 Denise L'estrange Corbett World founder and stylish New Zealander comes in for a chat on the eve of a major exhibition of her fashion label at the Auckland Museum. The retrospective is called "We fought fashion and lost."but they haven't at all.

1.00 David Mc Phail and Jennifer Ludlam Currently George and Martha in Edward Albee's "Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf."One of the stages most notoriously unhappy couples are in studio to talk about the production.

1.30 Jack Vowles. Auckland University Professor Jack Vowles on the point of political polls. Apparently they're important, but in the last few months the results have been so widely divergent that you have to wonder how to read them ,or whether they have any use at all. Jack Vowles might shed some light on the polling process and the results.

1.40 Destiny Church brought its "Enough is Enough"message to Parliament yesterday and Georgina Beyer was there to meet them. The Labour MP didn't hold back in her reaction and she's on the Wire today to talk about it.

1.50 The magazine Review with Kris Berger. Travel mags again, I wonder does she like it here/

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