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The Tuesday Wire Hosted By Noelle McCarthy

Hosted by Noelle McCarthy.

12.15 Dr Bruce Russell, Auckland University.
Co-ordinator of the first study into the physical effects of party pills.
Researchers at The University of Auckland's School of Pharmacy have begun investigation into the effects that BZP and TFMPP have on the human body. This is the first in-depth controlled research into these chemicals and their effects.

12.30 What Finlay Thinks.
Weekly, featuring Finlay Mc Donald.

12.45 Chris Carter.
Environment Minister. Live from the IWC meeting in St. Kitts.
Yesterdays IWC vote was a significant victory for the pro-whaling bloc of the IWC.
Does this herald a return to commercial whaling by Japan?

1.00 The Arts Hole
With Sean Grattan.

1.30 The Green Desk
Mick McIntyre live at St Kitts discussing the IWC vote yesterday.

1.45 The Magazine Review.
With Kris.

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