CLOSE UP. 09/09/2008

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''Owen Glenn
For political junkies, conspiracy theorists and those who just like to see some blood on the floor, parliament was the place to be. Owen Glen gace evidence - phone records, correspondence and even a witness to a conversation with Winston Peters over the $100,000 donation to New Zealand First. We asked Winston Peters, the Prime Minister, and Labour party president Mike Williams to be on the show but they either refused or didn't reply. Someone who we could not keep away is National leader John Key. Our political analyst Therese Arseneau also gives her thoughts.

Sensing Murder
It is a show that provokes strong emotions. Some say it exploits grieving people, others say it is uncannily accurate. Whatever your opinion, the TV2 show Sensing Murder is hugely popular - drawing more than 600,000 viewers each week - and now the police are tapping into that audience. For the first time police work with two psychics on the unsolved case of missing Wellington woman Kaye Stewart. As Corinne Ambler reports, they were very surprised at some of the information the psychics came up with.'' TVNZ; tvnz.co.nz; 13/10/2008

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Year 2008

Reference number F109628

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Series CLOSE UP

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 0:30:00

Production company Television New Zealand

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Credits Presenter: Mark Sainsbury

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