Back Benches 23 November 2011

November 21st, 2011 at 2:16 pm by Kokila Patel

THIS WEEK ON —THE ELECTION PREVIEW: Watch Wallace Chapman, Damian Christie, the Panel and special guests discuss the week’s hottest topics!

GOOD TIMES, BAD TIMES: The Campaign is less than a week away. What have been the highs & lows of this campaign? Who has been effective in getting their message across? Who has failed? What have been the big issues? How would you rate each of the campaigns? Which party has surprised you?

TEMPEST IN A TEACUP: There have been a few scandals in this campaign—with New Zealand even getting their own Tea Party. We will be discussing the scandals—the tea-gate? The damaged hoardings and the carpetbaggers. How much of an impact will they have on the results? And were the “scandals” really scandals?

Join us for a night of LIVE pub politics from the Backbencher Pub: Wednesday, 23RD of November. Our Panel: David Farrar of Kiwiblog.co.nz, Victoria University Lecturer Ana Gilling, Morgan Godfery of Mauistreet.blogspot.com, and Mark Unsworth of Saunders Unsworth.

Back Benches screens on Wednesdays at 9.05pm with encore screenings on Thursdays at 9.05am and 1.05pm, Saturdays at 10.05pm, Sundays at 10.05am and 2.05pm – TVNZ 7

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One Response to “Back Benches 23 November 2011”

  1. oldpark () says:

    Was thinking when another debate arises.I have tried to work out which print media,other than 2 FAMOUS BLOG SITES,sound media,or visual media have not joined the full frontal assault on the right to privacy by way of secret taping.Seems in this particular instance according to the mentioned media the law is an ass.Same applies to a person whose previous track record and tactics in parliament have left a lot to be desired.Yet the above mentioned media are falling down on the services they are paid for .They for some reason refuse to run the magnifying glass over HIM seems to me he has the media running scared.One thing they might care to remember,their bully boy lying tactics will bite them on the bum in the very near future.

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