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Radio One Tuesday Spectrum with David Haines

Radio One Tuesday Spectrum with David Haines


Tuesday 19th September
Radio One, Dunedin 91FM

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10.15: Jim Tulley, Head of the School of Political Science and Communication, University of Canterbury

Whenever the news media becomes the news, then Jim Tulley is often asked to comment. Indeed, you may have seen him recently on the telly talking about the role of the media/ journalism with regard to the escalating "muck raking" in local political circles. He chats this morning with David about the public, the private, and the political.


10.35: Lyndon Hood, Scoop Reporter

Lyndon Hood and Dave will review the latest in politics and discuss the subject of Lyndon's latest piece of satire, up now on Scoop.


11.00: Dene McKenzie, Political Editor, Otago Daily Times

Dene McKenzie has been at it for a while covering politics in a fresh and thoughtful way for the blessed ODT. He talks to David this morning about the National Party leadership, and a few other things from where the personal and the political apparently meet.


11.30: Victor Billot, Alliance, North Dunedin

Victor can Billot its true. Anyway he's here to talk about the supermarket lock outs and may even bring a couple of folks from the Public Services Association. Should be fun.


12.00: News with Bex


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