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Public Address 02/10/03 - Holy Dreamspaces

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/10/03 - Holy dreamspaces

I Spy |Oct 02, 2003 11:26
GUEST Fiona Rae's home screening '

It's not often you might have been in the company of a spy, or even a suspected one, but a recent promo on BBC World for Dreamspaces , a series about modern architecture and contemporary design, took me back to when I was...,


Our people tonight ... |Oct 02, 2003 11:08
Russell Brown's Hard News

There was cattiness galore yesterday in the wake of the Broadcasting Standards Authority's finding against the Holmes show's report on the "wahi tapu" status of a mountain in the Bay of Plenty. TVNZ's news chief Bill Ralston - who must be rolling ciggies as fast as he can move his...,


Phoney surpluses, unfunded liabilities |Oct 01, 2003 14:30
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

The great news over here is we can expect tax cuts of $10 a week following the surprise $7.5 billion surplus announced overnight. Now some of you may remember just the other day I chided Howard for his big spending...,


Writingforthesmallscreen (2) |Sep 30, 2003 14:08
Chad Taylor in the Muse Lounge

The Kiwi short I Am Vantar collected awards for Best Director (Clinton Phillips) and Best Actor (Mark Matthews) at the River City Film Festival in Wanganui over the weekend. The story of two goths who wander into a realm of fantasy, Vantar was originally produced as an entry..,

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