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Today on the WIRE: 12 - 2pm weekdays

Today on the WIRE: 12 - 2pm weekdays

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Today on the wire

* 12.20 Steve Rendall - senior analyst at New York based media watchdog FAIR, talking about Pat Roberstons Comments on 'taking out' President Chavez

* 1 pm Jon Stephenson - the only NZ journalist to report from Zimbabwe, talks about recent events, and whether there's any pending hope for the country

* 1.15 pm Internet review with Jeremy Hall - this weeks Irans nuclear programme

* 1.30 Joel Tobeck - from London about reading for the new Oliver Stone movie

* 1.45 The longest running continous show by a b.net DJ, Radio Ones James Dignan celebrates his anniversary & talks about being on air since 1985. Time to quit ?

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