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The Paul Henry Show
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Earlier this year, one of America's most famous cars celebrated its 50th anniversary.
David Cunliffe joined Paul to discuss why he hasn't given up hope and why he believes he "can get votes in this caucus".
A new website that uses location-based technology is turning the New Zealand adult industry on its head.
In light of the fact that it's only one month until Halloween, the team at Spookers got some of their spookiest characters to give their interpretation of Taylor Swift's 'Shake It Off'.
Mr Williams joins Paul in the studio to discuss his new book The Dwarf Who Moved, which he describes as a series of "good yarns from the law".
Flat3 follows Lee, Jessica and Perlina as they try to figure out who they are, what they’re doing in life, and whose turn it is to buy toilet paper.
Is leader David Cunliffe the right man to lead the party or are Labour's problems bigger than that?
With the recent attack on Lucy Knight, the good Samaritan who stepped in outside a supermarket yesterday to try and stop a mugging - how do we stay safe if we find ourselves in that situation?
At Little Easy's Bitchin' Bingo night on Ponsonby Road, Claudia attempts to name nine States in the USA, in 10 seconds.
At the corner of Nuku Street and Bunker Way in Strathmore, Wellington, Holly attempts to name nine The Simpsons characters, in 10 seconds.
At the Green Parrot in Wellington, Nick attempts to name types of geometric shapes, in 10 seconds.
Green blogger Marama Davidson and 3rd Degree reporter Paula Penfold tonight joined guest host Mike Puru to discuss whether Mr Cunliffe has any chance of staying Labour leader.
Reporter Mike Wesley-Smith went along to entertainment expo Digital Nation and was joined by one keen gamer who came from a time before the world went digital.
Over 100 of Auckland's finest supermarket checkout operators have been swiping and scanning in the pursuit of excellence - with the aim to be named checker of the year.
The Auckland Council has a $2.4 billion problem - that's how much it needs to save in order to balance its budget.
The weirdness and wonder of Wellington's World of Wearable Arts (WoW) kicks off tomorrow night, but the Paul Henry Show was been allowed in for an early look at the final dress rehearsal.
Jools and Lynda called into the Paul Henry Show before they hit the road on their nationwide tour, 'The Grand Ole Topp'ry' which starts on the October 1 in Invercargill.
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