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Public Address 24/03/04 - What's On Telly?

PUBLIC ADDRESS 24/03/04 - What's on telly?

Theatre | Mar 24, 2004 10:55
Russell Brown's Hard News

So Helen Clark declined to appear on Holmes last night, and Don Brash wouldn't go on Havoc. I'm sure there's a gag in there somewhere. Clark, of course, was never going to allowed herself to be summonsed onto television - between elections Prime Ministers virtually never agree to dignify their...,

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Can we talk? | Mar 23, 2004 10:23
Fiona Rae from the couch

Unusually, there were a couple of responses to my last column in e.g. about stuff that's been annoying me on television lately. I say unusually because I didn't think anyone actually read those columns, and hardly anyone ever bothers to email me about them, unless it's to complain...,

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