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Q+A - First interview for 2014

Q+A This Sunday

SUNDAY 9 MARCH AT 9.00AM ON TV ONE

Q+A is back on TV ONE this Sunday morning with New Zealand's top current affairs interviewers: Susan Wood, Corin Dann, Michael Parkin, and new addition to the team, Rachel Smalley.

Coming up in this weekend's programme:

Education Minister Hekia Parata has big plans to shake up the school sector. What’s next on her agenda? And how will it affect you and your school?

After his worst week as Labour leader can David Cunliffe recover? What does he really stand for?

And why Norman Kirk was one of Labour’s greatest leaders - what could he teach modern day Labour?

Q+A, Sunday 9 March at 9.00am on TV ONE


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