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Dunedin's Radio 1 Current Affairs Line-Up

Radio 1 91 FM – Real Groovy Morning Spectrum for Friday September 2, 2005

Coming up on today’s politics show with Sam Huggard:

Today we continue our focus on the key issues this election. Last week we covered the tax debate, and today we examine Tiriti and Maori policies, talking to Atareta Poananga from the Maori Party, Gerry Brownlee from National, Trevor Mallard from Labour, and review the speakers with Janine Heyward from the University of Otago politics department. We also take a look at week two of the campaign with Scoop Co Editor Selwyn Manning and the ODT's Dene McKenzie, and catch up with local MP Pete Hodgson.

10.00 Atareta Poananga, Maori Party candidate for Ikaroa-Rawhiti
10.10 Gerry Brownlee, National Party Maori issues spokesperson
10.45 Trevor Mallard, Coordinating Minister for race relations.
11.10 Janine Heyward, Senior Lecturer in Political Studies, University of Otago
11.25 Selwyn Manning, Scoop Co-editor.
11.40 Dene McKenzie, Otago Daily Times political editor
11.50 Pete Hodgson, MP for Dunedin North.

The Real Groovy Morning Spectrum is Radio 1’s weekday news and current affairs show, from 10 am – 12 noon.

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