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The Wednesday Wire.

Host: Simon Pound.

12 00 News with Rachael followed by Weather, Surf

12 15 Ollie Bogel - Aerosel artist with a show opening tonight at Disruptiv Gallery

12 30 Matthew Wright - Author of Freyberg - another look at New Zealand's first homegrown Govenor General, War hero and leader of NZ forces in WWII.

12 45 Dr Rob Moodie - Lawyer representing the Berrymans who has taken a principled but perhaps personally expensive stand in publishing the Butcher Report. The report lays the blame for the bridge accident at their farm at the Army's door, but by publishing it in defiance of a court order Moodie faces serious consequences. Who said Lawyers are always unprincipled.

1 30 Alastair Thompson of scoop.co.nz with In the House

1 45 Ant Timpson with the 95bfm Film Review

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