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On Holmes Tonight

On Holmes Tonight:

* An extended interview with Don Brash. So close but yet so far... what went wrong... what would he have done differently and will he still be party leader at the next election?

* Also this week Doug Howlett, Ali Williams and Brent Ward. Can they take the shield from Canterbury?

* Ali Mau takes Suzanne Paul to visit a couple of mediums... you won't believe what Ali finds out about her past and what lies ahead for Suzanne.

* A HUGE day out for Steve Hopkins... he's in Warkworth for the scarecrow festival.

* Panellists this week are Georgina Beyer, John Tamihere and Gareth Morgan.

Tune into Holmes... 8.30pm tonight and every Thursday LIVE on Prime


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