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Key and Clark on Q+A This Sunday (Nov 8)

Prime Minister & Former Prime Minister On Last Episode Of Q+A For 2009
6th November2009

On Q+A this Sunday:

Prime Minister, John Key will be interviewed by Guyon Espiner on the last episode of Q+A for the year. Paul Holmes interviews United Nations Development Programme Head, Helen Clark live from NY.

It’s exactly a year since the election and Q+A looks back at the intervening year with the core players from that historic night and also discusses what the New Year may bring.

Former Labour Party President, Mike Williams and NZ Herald Business Columnist, Fran O’Sullivan joins Paul Holmes & Dr Therese Arseneau on the panel to review the government’s performance and look ahead at next year.

Successful year for first series of Q+A:

An average of 143,130 viewers tuned into each episode of Q+A on Sunday mornings since the programme began in March this year. In total 1,177,580 different New Zealanders have watched Q+A during this time.

Q+A won the 2009 Qantas Award for Best Current Affairs Series in September. It is one of the very few programmes to have won this prestigious award in its first series.

Source: AGB NMR (Measurement: All people 5 years and over - average episode reach and cumulative reach)

Q + A’s last episode for 2009 screens between 9-10am this Sunday on TV ONE. The Qantas Award winning political programme returns early in 2010.


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