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This Sunday on Agenda: Phil Goff, Barry Gustafson

Published: Fri 12 Sep 2008 02:59 PM
This Sunday on Agenda:
Defence Minister Phil Goff with Guyon Espiner. Did we buckle to George Bush over India's nuclear bomb?
Muldoon's biographer Barry Gustafson on what impact the Winston Peters 'affair' will have on New Zealand politics.
Our panelists are Virginia Larson, editor of North and South magazine and Shayne Currie, Herald on Sunday editor.
Also running; our new 'Fact Finder' segment in partnership with post-graduate students from the Department of Political Studies at The University of Auckland.
Jane Clifton's 'Political Animals'.
A feature on a new comedy in Wellington called "the Stadium" in which Aleni Tufaga plays Winston Peters
Our book to give away is 'The Awa Book of New Zealand Science'.
Join us, 10am Sunday TVONE.
ENDS

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