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The Tuesday Wire Wire with Noelle McCarthy

12.00 bNews with Will. Weather and surf.

12.15 Dr Paul Buchanan. Auckland University terrorism expert on the security challenge posed by the recent public transport bombings in London. The shooting dead of a suspected suicide bomber who turned out to have nothing to do with the attacks has led to fierce debate about the Met Police and their Shoot to Kill policy.

12.30 Interpol. Stylish NY postmodernists are on their way. Interpol are playing the St. James this day next week. I had ten minutes with guitarist Sam a little while back. Enough time to discuss common courtesy and peeing as it turned out.

1.00 The Arts Hole. Sarah Hopkinson with a culture injection. She's in studio with guests to talk about Crease magazine.

1.15 Professor Whatarangi Winiata. The Maori Party want to give Maori a pension at 60. Why?Because their life expectancy is lower than Pakeha kiwis says Party Chairman Winiata.

1.45 The Magazine Review. With Kris Berger.

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