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The Tuesday Wire
Hosted by Noelle Mc Carthy

12.00 bNews with Will. Weather and Surf.

12.30 Matt Bowden
Stargate founder on the latest ads that have the Rape Crisis centre less than impressed.
In Studio.

12.50 Tom Reynolds
Author of "I Hate Myself and want to die" What are the most depressing songs you've ever heard?

1.15 Howard.
There is a body modifier in town...

1.30 Dr Jim Saleam.
Australia First.
Australia First encouraged its members to join the Cronulla protest that became a race riot. Saleam has a chequered history of involvement with a sucession of ultra-nationalist groups in Australia. We'll get his impression of this weeks events across the Tasman.

1.45 The Magazine Review with Imo.

ENDS

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