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12 00 bfm news with Will

12 15 Dr Pita Sharples
Dr Sharples will be talking to us about the news swirling around Tamihere, his plans for the Maori party and perhaps even his reaction to the USA Elections.

12 30 Tim Wilson
In the centre of all things Elections 2004 - Tim will be coming to us from New York telling us how our new Bush world order is coming together and who is already trying to take it apart.

1 00 Finlay McDonald
Ex- Listener editor and Sunday Star Times columnist Finlay McDonald brings us his reaction to the future with Bush.

1 30 Alastair Thompson from scoop.co.nz ' In The House'

1 45 Ant Timpson with the bfm film review

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Binoy Kampmark: Funeral Rites For COVID Zero
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Our Man In Washington: Morrison’s Tour Of Deception

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Binoy Kampmark: Melbourne Quake: Shaken, Not Stirred

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