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Radio New Zealand to Broadcast Service for Sir Paul Reeves

17 August 2011

Radio New Zealand to Broadcast Service for Sir Paul Reeves

Radio New Zealand will carry a live broadcast of the state funeral service for Sir Paul Reeves tomorrow, Thursday 18th August, on Radio New Zealand National.

Radio New Zealand will cross to the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Auckland from 11.00 am.

The broadcast will be presented by Morning Report hosts, Geoff Robinson and Simon Mercep, and will be preceded by occasional live coverage on the Nine to Noon programme as reporters follow the cortege making its way from the Holy Sepulchre Church, in Khyber Pass, to the Cathedral.

The broadcast will be live streamed on the Radio New Zealand website and an archive file will also be made available as audio on demand from the Radio New Zealand website
http://www.radionz.co.nz/

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