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12 00 News with Will

12 15 Leanne Kerr - Current frontrunner for the Whangarei Mayoralty in a tight contest including broadcaster Michael Laws.

12 30 Damian Clarke - scoop.co.nz correspondent from Israel/Palestine. Fresh back from a stint with the International Solidarity Movement, a peace movement working in the Middle East. He joins us to give us his impressions.

12 45 Dr Peter Harris - The economist leading the Working Group that has delivered the report currently up for discussion on workplace savings. Hot topic for the day. Why don't Kiwis save.

1 00 Heidi and Nigel from WISPA - talking about their bicycle tour for animal rights

1 15 Simon Collins - on the open letter to New Zealand Journalists about the individual contracts on the new Herald on Sunday.

1 30 Selwyn Manning - scoop.co.nz with Counter Clockwise

1 45 Ant Timpson with the 95bfm Film Review

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