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Hard News 16/09/03 - TV Times

HARD NEWS 16/09/03 - TV Times

Wham, bam, thankyou Pam ... |Sep 16, 2003 11:08
Russell Brown's Hard News

Yesterday, TVNZ announced that The Last Word was no longer. The Pam Corkery-fronted newstalk show would revert to a 30-minute news format and there would be "no further statement" on the matter, from anyone...
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I'M ALIVE! I'M ALIVE! etc |Sep 16, 2003 09:35
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

Stephen King will receive a US National Book Award in October. Yale professor Harold Bloom has labelled the decision "a sign of idiocy." However members of the National Book Foundation say they want to encourage a broader definition of "American letters" and to acknowledge, among other things, King's...
http://publicaddress.net/default,muselounge.sm#post675

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Don't touch |Sep 15, 2003 16:43
GUEST: Fiona Rae's home screening

The boyfriend used the enticing words "You're allowed to say 'p*ssy'!", so really it's a no-brainer. How could I resist? P*ssy, p*ssy, p*ssy. I suppose now that means this blog won't make it through some spam filters, or perhaps will even become spam, but the freedom to say p*ssy was...
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