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95bFM: The Tuesday Wire with Noelle

95bFM: The Tuesday Wire with Noelle

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The Tuesday Wire Hosted By Noelle Mc Carthy

12.00 bNews with Will. Weather and Surf

12.15 Kris Berger. Womens Health Action.
The row about Pharmac funding for the controversial early-stage breast cancer treatment Herceptin is continuing all over the world. Womens Health Action have an interesting take on the debate.

12.30 Helen Clark. The PM
Looking forward to seeing Tony Blair and not giving a d**mn about what that Aussie said about her.
A replay of this mornings interview on Breakfast

12.45 Rodney Hide. ACT Party.
The leader of ACT on how last weekends conference went off and what exactly Tariana Turia was doing there...

1.15 Dr. Paul Buchanan
Associate Professor at Auckland University, ushering in a new monthly feature on The Wire.
"Hot Spots" is a thematic look at countries and regions around the world of special political, social and cultural interest to the discerning listener.
This week: The New Left(s) in Latin America.

1.30 The Green Desk with Green Dean.
Shaun Walker of the School of Earth Scientists in Victoria on the Conference on Climate Change happening today.

1.45 The Magazine Review with Imo.
Thanks Magazinno

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

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