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95bFM's Thursday Wire Run-Sheet - 1 00 Paul Litter


Thursday Wire

12 00 news with Big Dave

12 30 Barry Gustafson – Political Studies lecturer and National Party historian on the emergence of NATFORT and the National Party identity.

12 45 Rod Donald – Green Party co-leader on what happened at that business meet and greet.

1 00 Paul Litterick – Author of the Fundy Post – out now with strange and on-going tales of Christian Heritage oddity.

1 15 Michael Barnet – Auckland Chamber of Commerce – with the business side of the story

1 30 Selwyn Manning of scoop.co.nz

1 45 Ant Timpson with the film review.

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