Larry Williams drive. 2014-11-24. 17:00-18:00.

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A drive-time news and current affairs programme on Newstalk ZB. It broadcasts nationwide every weekday evening from 4pm - 7pm. This recording only captures the 5pm - 6pm hour. The following rundown is supplied from the broadcaster, with additional material generally sourced from the broadcaster's website:

5:08pm – Labour leader Andrew Little talks to Larry Williams about his lineup announced today, the rationale behind his choices, including why Annette King will only be deputy leader for one year, four of top six MPs being from Wellington, Grant Robertson's selection for finance and more.

5:12pm - Dr Bryce Edwards reflects on the Labour Party line-up.

5:18pm - New Plymouth mayor Andrew Judd is fending off criticism over his campaign to have up to 50 percent Māori representation on all councils around the country. He explains his point of view

5:28pm - Lydia Ko's coach David Leadbetter talks about Ko's big win in Florida at the Tour Championship, how she was able to stay calm under pressure, her becoming the youngest to win five LPGA titles, and also claiming single biggest payday in women's golf history.

5:42pm – The Huddle (daily panel): David Farrar and Cam Slater.

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Year 2014

Reference number 260110

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ Collection
Williams, Larry, Presenter
Little, Andrew 1965-, Interviewee
Edwards, Bryce, Interviewee
Judd, Andrew (b.1965), Interviewee
Leadbetter, David, Interviewee
Farrar, David, Commentator
Slater, Cameron, 1968?-, Commentator
Newstalk ZB (Christchurch, N.Z.), Broadcaster

Duration 01:00:00

Date 24 Nov 2014

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