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12:00 News with Rebecca. Weather and surf reports.

12:15 - Maxim Institute communications director Scott McMurray. Police are investigating a rash of email forgery and identity theft carried out via the website of this right-wing thinktank. The forgers passed themselves off as people including United Future leader Peter Dunne and US presidential candidate John Kerry. Maxim's media spamming campaigns have already come under fire. But this looks much more serious.

12:30 - Jim Hedley, Auckland University Political Studies Lecturer. On Chechnya and the implications of the recent carnage at the school siege in Russia

12:45 - Nick D'Angelo with the Reality Rissole.

1:15 - Sola Rosa on the upcoming bNet Music Awards.

1:30 - PM Helen Clark - Replay of this morning's interview with Camilla on bFM breakfast.

1:45 - TV Addict. The weekly tv review with Rohani Evans.

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