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12.20 With not a Helen insight, Camilla talked to man of the moment that wasn't; Dr Cullen.

12.40 National Party Finance spokesperson John Key is joining us to discuss National's shadow budget.

1.10 So behind the scene he's off site - Wallace Chapman with his weekly feature.

1.45 In Cuba recently the unthinkable happened; a group of dissidents gathered, bringing together small dissident groups around Cuba. Their aim was to elect 36 officers to lead a group 'the Assembly to Promote Civil Society' that would stand in opposition to Fidel. While the government's response was comparably soft – it did cause concern in the EU. Dr O'Meagher from the Latin American Studies Department at University of Auckland is joining us to discuss what it could all possibly mean.

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