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Dunedin's Radio One Friday News Runsheet


Dunedin's Radio One Friday News Runsheet

Radio 1 91FM's election coverage continues today, with another full show of Election 2005 news and analysis with Sam Huggard. Throughout the week have been speaking to the leadership of the main political parties, and today we hear from Winston Peters from NZ First and Jim Anderton from the Progressive Party.

We also meet the Maori Party's Te Tai Tonga candidate Monte Ohia, and speak to Dunedin based National Party list MP Katherine Rich. Our comments team this morning includes Raymond Miller from the University of Auckland, Janine Heyward from the University of Otago, Selwyn Manning from Scoop and the Otago Daily Times political editor Dene McKenzie.

10.00 Raymond Miller, University of Auckland
10.15 Katherine Rich, National Party
10.30 Jim Anderton, Progressive Party
10.40 Monte Ohia, Maori Party
11.00 Selwyn Manning, Scoop.co.nz
11.30 Janine Heyward, University of Otago
11.40 Winston Peters, NZ First
11.50 Dene McKenzie, Otago Daily Times

Tomorrow night Radio 1 will have election news, views and updates throughout the night from 9pm, on our election night special.

News Co-ordinator/ Programme Director
Radio One 91fm
Dunedin City

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