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Scoop Images: Breakfast In A Bubble

Images from today's Radio Active Breakfast in a bubble.. in the Paris Texas shop window...burning up the pavement...crooning for ticket sales and a couple of crazy Irishmen.



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Alex and Sarah who host regular Wellington's Latin dance Parties at the Cricketers Arms -burn up the pavement.


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DJ Amanda interviews Raymond Keane and Mikel Murfi..mad Irish duo called Barabbas in "The White Headed Boy". Quote - "we're violent cos we're Irish!"


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Fringe publicist Angeline Conaghan crooning for ticket sales..... get out there.. get inspired.. get fringed.


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