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The Thursday Wire with Simon Pound

12:00 bFM News,Weather & Surf.

12 00 News with Rachael, followed by weather, surf

12 05 John Key - the National Party Finance Spokesperson says 'Minister Steve Maharey can't argue with the claim that four out of five households will get nothing from Working For Families, because it's true'. We try to find out if that's right...

12 45 Tim Barnett - Labour MP. The Relationships (Statutory References) Bill doesn't sound all that exciting. But it is here that all the meat on the Civil Union's comes from. Tim Barnett, Chair of the Committee, lets us know where they're at after reporting back and what the breakdown of definitions between Civil Unions, Marriages and De Facto relationships. Is it semantics? Tim'll tell us.

1 00 Jim Peron - the man Winston Peters cowardly attacked in Parliament.

1 10 Mike Hudson - Something a little different will be going on Sunday 20th March 2005 at the Herald Theatre. Enter the madcap world that is the URBIS 24 Hours-deadline theatre. With heaps of well known faces it should be a hit. Hear about it here first.

1 30 Alastair Thompson of with In the House, the happenings around Parliament

1 45 Ant Timpson - with the 95bfm Film Review.

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