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The Tuesday Wire Hosted by Noelle Mc Carthy

16 August 2005

The Tuesday Wire Hosted by Noelle Mc Carthy

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The Tuesday Wire. with Noelle Mc Carthy.

12.00 News with Will. Weather and Surf.

12.15 David Slack. Last weekend the Sunday Star Times published the result of their Great New Zealand morality debate. New zealand voters are very concerned with morals they say, and it's an issue that could decide next month's election. Really? Speech writer, blogger and author of "Civil War and Other Optimistic Predictions" David Slack is on the Wire to talk about the survey and the issues it throws up.

12.30 Greg Fleming. Maxim Institute. The Maxim Institute provided a link to the survey on its website. Do they think this election will be fought along the battlelines of family values??

12.50 Jon Milne. Political editor of the Herald on Sunday Jon Milne is on the line from the Beehive. Five weeks to go before D-Day..

1.30 The Green Desk. Welcome back green Dean after your bout of winter pox! Hes interviewing saddleback rescuers and I'm finding out what saddlebacks are.

145 The Magazine Review. Imo Neale with another cool street magazine. This one is from Asia and is called Theme. Apparently.

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