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Thursday Wire, with Noelle Mc Carthy

12.15 John Key.
National Party Finance Spokesman
Nats petrol tax cut policy-a cynical election bribe or a commitment to fair taxation ??
And what’s the point of insulating NZ’ers against the reality of Peak Oil?
What about a free vespa instead?

12.30 Bob Clarkson.
National Candidate for Tauranga
All the lurid revelations about left testicles and the IRD can’t disguise the fact that he’s got Winston on the ropes in Tauranga.

12.45 Thomas Forde.
Political hopeful and publican
Auckland Independent candidate and that happiest of beings, Irish publican Thomas Forde joins us in studio to talk about his platform and why Tizard got her knickers in a twist on Sunday.

1.00 Jonathan Milne.
Herald On sunday
Our regular Political Editor on the dizzying highs and sickening lows of the whirlwind that is Election 05

1.15 The Arts Hole.
Pocky’s in New York. Lets call her…

1.30 The Green Desk.
Green Dean welcomes his favourite pin-up Jeanette Fitzsimons onto the show.

1.45 The Mag Review
Anything but elections please Imo.

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

From the desk of Noelle McCarthy News and Editorial Director Radio 95bfm

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