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The Dream Team On Prime

Thursday 13 October

The Dream Team On Prime

Out of The Question Premieres on Wednesday 19 October at 9:30pm

Paul Holmes and Mike Hosking will go head to head in the new fresh and
feisty Out Of The Question. This half-hour current affairs quiz show
hosted by Mikey Havoc, will premiere at 9:30pm on Wednesday 19 October.

Out Of The Question aims to raise the quality of political and current
affairs debate in this country. The series promises to be controversial,
provocative and highly entertaining.

Each week on Out of The Question, Team Hosking and Team Holmes will battle
it out in tests of their knowledge of the week?s events, and their wit. On
premiere night, Team Hosking will feature, Writer, Broadcaster, former MP
and current Mayor of Wanganui, Michael Laws and personality journalist
Wendyl Nissen. Battling for Team Holmes will be BFM's Noelle McCarthy and
satirist/columnist James McOnie.

Touchdown Television's Julie Christie said "When we teamed up Michael Laws
and Mike Hosking in the pilot, sparks flew. But whether or not they can
keep Holmes and his offsider on a leash is another challenge

No subject is off limits, no stones will lay unturned as Holmes and
Hosking fight to be king of the current affairs tree!

Out of The Question Premieres on Wednesday 19 October at 9:30pm


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