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Tuesday Wire
Host: Noelle McCarthy
Producer: Jen Craddock
Co-producer: David Belgrave

12.00 bNews with Rebecca.Weather and Surf.

12.15 Prof. Peter Lineham

Massey University specialist in religious history on how Destiny Church fits into the context of Maori spirituality. Is Brian Tamaki another great prophet in a line going back to Te Kooti?

12.30 Dr Richard Fisher, Fertility Associates Auckland.

A select committee is currently considering whether to end anonymity for sperm and egg donors in New Zealand. Presently NZ is experiencing an acute shortage of sperm donors. Childless couples are lining up for babies and donors are dropping off. How come ? Spearheading a sperm drive is Dr Richard Fisher He’s on the wire today.

1.00 Colm Toibin.

Acclaimed Irish author whose latest work has just been longlisted for The Booker Prize talks to Noelle about Henry James and drunken Irish.

1.45 The Magazine Review

With Imogen Neale .

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial. From the desk of Noelle McCarthy News and Editorial Director Radio 95bfm


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