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The Thursday Wire 26 May 2005

The Thursday Wire 26 May 2005

Hosted by Simon Pound

12 00 bNews with David. Weather and surf.

12 15 -Richard Meros.

The mysterious Mr Meros is the author of a new book: 'On the conditions and possibilities of Helen Clark taking me as her Young Lover'.

Richard Meros joins us to, well, explain...

12 30 Deborah Shepard.

Another author. Deborah will be discussing her beautiful new book: Taking Lives - Partners in Art. It's out through AUP.

1 15 Gordon Campbell

The Listener staff writer is on to talk about the latest pissing contest between the government and the Opposition over Immigration.

1 30 Alastair Thompson

Co-editor of with the latest buzzing from the Beehive.

1.45 Ant Timpson

With the film review.


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