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The Listener

In this weeks Listenener

Editorial – Is rape or violence any worse depending on where it happens?

Upfront – With Ian Wishart.

Politics – New Zealand First cannot be misinterpreted.

Brian Edwards – Revealing the nice guy within the radio man.

Heavens Above – As the millenium nears, apolcalyptic visions are expected in the sky.

Paris, Texas – Another celebrity death.

Frozen Seas – Antarctica is giving up the secrets of a warmer time and revealing how the future may be.

Grim Reaper – The IRD: Hard headed, hard hearted or just hard to understand.

The Way Of Ratana.

And lots more…

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