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The Tueday Wire Hosted By Noelle Mc Carthy

12.00 bNews with Rori. Weather and Surf.

12.30 Selwyn Manning.
Scoop.co.nz's Selwyn is our correspondent at the Pacific Islands Leaders Forum in Fiji.

12.45 Campbell Coulton
26 year old Campbell was the winner of the NZ Professional Waiter
of the Year this year at the NZ Culinary Fare and is based at the New
Zealand ArmyJoint Services catering School in Waiouru.
Makes a change from those Ponsonby Rd show ponies one normally associates with the prize.

1.00 Surprise musical Interlude.
Joining us in the studio are special guests Robyn Hitchcock and Peter Buck.

1.15 The Magazine Review.
With Imogen Neale.

1.30 The Green Desk
With Green Dean.

1.40 What Finlay Thinks.
Starring finlay Mc Donald.


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