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Scoop Audio: RadioLive media pack (Sunday July 17)

Scoop Audio: Radio Live media pack (Sunday July 17 2005)

Host: Dr Wayne Hope + Scoop's Selwyn Manning; Political Review’s editor Chris Trotter, and Penguin Books’ Finlay Macdonald.

On this week’s Radio Live media pack the team discussed with AUT’s Dr Wayne Hope top issues for the week, including New Zealand and international reporting of the London bombings; former Christian Heritage Party leader Rev. Graham Capill’s fall from influence after being sentenced to nine years in jail for raping girls under the age of 12, what this means for moralistic party politics and the rise of faith-based politics; and the phony election war examining the performance of political leaders namely: Helen Clark, Don Brash, and Winston Peters.

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