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Don Brash On Williams Up Front

Media Alert: Williams Up Front

Wednesday & Thursday at 8.00pm,

SKY News Australia New Zealand, (SKY Channel 54)
Williams Up Front immediately precedes the SKY News screening of 3News at 8.30pm

Award winning broadcaster, Larry Williams, deals to current affairs in a straightforward and provocative manner. His "no spin" approach cuts through the rhetoric as he interviews the newsmakers and experts of the moment:

Wednesday 14 September
It's the final week of the political campaign and Don Brash is winding up to polling day. His thoughts on leadership, lowering taxes and the likelihood of a National-led coalition winning the day.
Guest: Dr. Don Brash, Leader, National

Thursday 15 September
It's been a long and frankly, ugly campaign. What were the highs, what were the lows - more importantly, what is the likely outcome?
Guests: The Listener's, Tim Watkin, Deborah Hill-Cone from the NBR and SKY News Australia's political reporter David Speers discuss the issues

For further information, please visit www.williamsupfront.co.nz

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