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Holmes – Food For The Brain

15 September 2005
IMMEDIATE RELEASE

HOLMES – FOOD FOR THE BRAIN

Premieres Thursday 22 September, 8:30pm


Holmes returns to Prime Television in a new weekly current affairs programme this Thursday 22 September at 8:30pm.

Paul Holmes will present a live hour of entertaining current affairs featuring in-depth interviews with fascinating guests from New Zealand and overseas. Every week on the programme a select panel will discuss New Zealand’s issues of the day.

Holmes will also feature regular contributions from Alison Mau and Steve Hopkins.

Prime’s new weekly current affairs programme will offer viewers considered, entertaining conversation with an unrivalled edge and attitude.

The new weekly Holmes premieres on Prime this Thursday 22 September at 8:30pm.

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