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The Tuesday… Wire with Noelle McCarthy… …

12.00 News with Will. Surf and weather.

12.15 Peter Dunne -The United Future Leader is styling his party as the coalition partner of choice for both National and Labour. But how committed are Don and Helen to Peter Dunne's family values agenda? How can he be sure that UF won't be drowned in a sea of so-called social engineering after September? And why won't he work with The Greens?

12.35 Pesi Fonua.Editor of Matangi Tonga.

Recent protests by the Tongan community here in Auckland have brought problems over there to our attention, most notably last weekend when protestors staged a rowdy demonstration outside the King's residence here. Civil servants are being paid peanuts and they've had enough. We'll talk to online newspaper editor Pesi Fonua about the situation .

1.00 The Arts Hole.Our regular arts round up with Sarah H.

1.15 Sara, from Tegan and Sara. They are cute canadian melodic-rockers playing here tomorrow night at Shads. I was meant to talk to Teagan, but her sister Sarah answered the phone in Brisbane. We talked sunstroke and Ryan Adams. What a sweetie.

1.45 The Mag Review.It's Kris this week, so probably something highbrow

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