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Public Address 18/12/03 - Culturing

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/12/03 - Culturing

Seriousness | Dec 18, 2003 12:27
Russell Brown's Hard News

When he's bad, Holmes can be awful. When he's good, as he was during last night's Holmes show discussion on the foreshore proposal, he's a useful citizen. There was a sense of seriousness not always present in that programme, and that was good...,


Lord of the Rungs in Sudney | Dec 18, 2003 11:39
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

It was the night of the premiers over here on Wednesday and unfortunately it sounds like LOTR wasn't the winner. While Peter Jackson's opus debuted in George St, it had some stiff competition down the road as Nicole Kidman turned out for the premier of Cold Mountain...,


We're Da Fukawe! | Dec 18, 2003 10:30
GUEST James Littlewood in the culture

Did you ever get that feeling that somewhere, somehow, the human race took some terrible wrong turn, and that we're all living in some horrendous, erroneous cul de sac of evolutionary history from where there is no exit?,

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