Q+A 30/3/14: Dotcom, Harawira, Climate Change, Radio NZ
Q+A This Week
SUNDAY 30 MARCH AT
9.00AM ON TV ONE
Dotcom and Hone Harawira, Money
and Mana – a recipe for success in this year’s General
The Mana Party leader joins us live in the
studio - journalist Rachel Smalley
interviews Kim Dotcom.
Green’s co-leader Russell
Norman and ACT leader Jamie Whyte
debate Climate Change.
Also, Radio New Zealand is
undergoing its biggest shake-up in years – we discuss the
changes with RNZ Chief Executive Paul
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