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Citizen-A: Bomber, Penny Hulse, Selwyn Manning (video)

Bomber Bradbury's – Citizen-A!

Martyn "Bomber" Bradbury delivers his weekly current affairs programme Citizen-A!

This week on Citizen A: Bomber Bradbury is joined by Auckland Deputy Mayor Penny Hulse and Scoop co-editor Selwyn Manning.

Issue one: Len Brown keeps shtum over Maori Board fiasco, why the secrecy, how much is this crap going to cost us and is Rodney Hide laughing hysterically in his Epsom bunker?

Issue two: Gaggle of gays and self interested unionists: Is Damien O'Conner correct that the Labour Party list is too Auckland focused?

Issue three tonight: South Auckland has been the test case for Simon Powers conveyor belt of pet food grade justice, what are the dangers of changing legal aid and will decent legal representation be limited to just the rich?

Citizen-A broadcasts on Sky channel 89 & Freeview channel 21 on Thursday and Sunday evenings. Also, check out Bomber on Facebook...

The show broadcasts weekly on Triangle/Stratos TV and on Scoop. Bomber also posts on the Tumeke! blog: www.tumeke.blogspot.com.

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