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In Conversation with Noel Cheer: Oct-Nov 2008

Media Release, Triangle Television

“In Conversation with Noel Cheer”

Broadcast on Tuesday evenings on Triangle Television Wellington (8:00pm),
Triangle Television Auckland (8:30pm) and on TelstraSaturn Cable (Channel 50) in Wellington, Kapiti and Christchurch at 8pm on Tuesdays.
Also broadcast nationally on Stratos at 9:30pm on Thursdays on the satellite platforms Freeview (Channel 21) and Sky Digital (Channel 89).

Programme line-up from October 21 to November 11:

October 21 and 23: Ken Douglas ONZ, former President of the NZ Council of Trade Unions discusses Communism, the Labour Party and industrial dispute resolutions.

October 28 and 30: Dr. Geoff Bertram, School of Economics and Finance VUW, steps us through the current economic meltdown.

November 4 and 6: Les Howard, National President of Grey Power New Zealand, tells us why the National Superannuation payout is too low and why the health system needs reform.

November 11 and 13: Bernard Darnton of the Libertarianz Political Party tells us what’s wrong with the government taxing us for social spending.


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