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The Thursday Wire
Host: Simon Pound
Producer: Noelle Mc Carthy

12.00 bNews with Will. Weather and surf.

12.15 Dr. Don Brash.

National Party Leader.

A replay of Dr. Brash's interview with Camilla on Breakfast this morning in which he outlines the reasons why he's changing his mind and voting no to the Civil Union Bill.

12.30 Paul Adams. M.P.

The United Future MP who once called for AIDS patients to be quarantined and is now fasting in the hope God will answer his prayers and stop the passage of the Civil Union Bill. He's nil by mouth still and on the Wire.

1.00 Alison J.Laurie.

Senior lecturer and lesbian activist from the University of Victoria who has been analyzing some of the over 6,000 submissions the Select Committee received on the Civil Unions Bill. Do the comments reflect the views of middle New Zealand? And if so, is emigration an option?

1.15 In The House.

Alastair Thompson from will be live from Wellington this afternoon.

He'll give us the inside track from the Beehive as MP's prepare to say "yay" or "nay" on the Civil Unions Bill.

1.30 Mike Minehan.

From civil unions to communal bliss-sort of ...

The former radio journalist and writer of " James K. Baxter : An Intimate Memoir"talks to Simon about the reality behind the romance of Jerusalem.

1.45 The Film Review.

Ant won't be talking about civil unions, unless one pops up in the latest Nic Cage blockbuster.

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.
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