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New Zealand politician, leader of the New Zealand National Party - a conservative/right party - and lead them to strong gains in the 2005 general election.
Derek Sivers started CDBaby.com, the second largest online record store in the world according to this. He was the sole developer for a long time and has enough tech knowledge, that we can include some tech questions. Cdbaby is a major supplier to iTunes. He has done many interviews  and should be a very interesting person to interview.
Former head Detroit Lions coach, who was fired during the current season. There have been some rumors as to where he might head to next, the strongest one being that of replacing John L. Smith of the Michigan State University Football coach, who is set to retire soon. It probably wouldn't be that big of an issue for any other language other than English, and probably wouldn't be that interesting to people outside of the US. But something to think about.
Anne Abernathy 
Anne Abernathy, 59-year old citizen of the United States Virgin Islands, is the oldest woman ever to compete in the Winter Olympic Games. She will compete in the Luge competition. 2006 Winter Olympics will be held in Turin, Italy from February 10 to 26 in 2006.
DVD format war people 
One of the people involved in the DVD format between Sony's blu-ray and Toshiba's HD DVD. We could interview someone from either company or an expert on DVD's like DVD-Jon also known as Jon Lech Johansen the man behind DeCSS. DeCSS, for those that don't know, decrypts DVDs so they can be played (and copied). He now works for MP3Tunes and could also be interviewed regarding Sony's copyright infringement of his code. (See the wikipedia article on him).
Canadian law professor, newspaper columnist, and blogger. Involved with the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC). Recently embroiled in a very public debate with MP Sarmite Bulte over her statements in support of expanding copyright law. An interesting interview on copyright law and tech policy, as well as Canadian politics, but especially in case the experience of participating in such a prominent, heated debate (with some name-calling and lots of heavy rhetoric).