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The Tuesday Wire.
Hosted by Noelle McCarthy

12.00 News with Will. Weather and Surf.

12.45 Matt Mollgaard AUT.
Talking about the possible fallout from Ian Frasers resignation at TVNZ. Is Head of News and Current Affairs Bill Ralston next?

1.00 The Arts Hole.

James Robinson is an installation painter whose exhibition opens tonight at the Bath Street Gallery. He's in studio.

1.15 The Green Desk

Prerecord from Green Dean.

1.30 Dr Bill Hodge.
Auckland University law lecturer on the case of RAF kiwi doctor Malcolm Kendall Smith who is facing court martial as he attempts to challenge the legality of the war in Iraq.

1.45 The Magazine Review

with Imo.


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