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Radio One Audio: Hood and Haines on The Spectrum

Radio One Audio: Lyndon Hood and David Haines on Radio One

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Scoop's Lyndon Hood spoke to the Radio One Spectrum today on host David Haines' final show.

Topics included Investigate Magazine's "Smoking Gun Issue", Lyndon's latest satire on a week of dirty politics, the rumour-ridden underbelly of Parliament, the race between Labour and National to spin events, the Exclusive Brethren's role in New Zealand and world politics, modern satire in New Zealand, where Parliament might go now and how the return Winston Peters could bring some dignity back to the House.

Scoop Audio.Radio One Audio: Lyndon Hood and Dave Haines on Personal Politics (15 min 15 sec, 4.36MB)
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