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Public Address 10/06/04 - Youth, Belief & Cuteness

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/06/04 - Youth, Belief and Cuteness

Doing it for the kids ... | Jun 10, 2004 11:46
Russell Brown's Hard News

It was interesting too see last night's One News item on a potential youth radio network, even if it was largely given over to opposition to a plan that doesn't actually exist yet. What happened yesterday was that Radio New Zealand CEO Peter Cavanagh spoke to Wellington staff and told...,


Interview with The Reverend | Jun 10, 2004 11:43
The Rt Rev Richard Randerson on 95bFM's The Wire

The Rt Rev Richard Randerson, dean of Auckland's Holy Trinity Church was kind enough to come on my Wire show on 95bFM yesterday, and a good interview took place on the matter of the controversial comments by the new head of the Anglican church in New Zealand, Archbishop Whakahuihui Vercoe...,


The Cuteness | Jun 10, 2004 10:12
Fiona Rae from the couch

Just as Keanu Reeves is The Coolness and Dominic Bowden is The Domness, Sarah Ulmer is – ask any straight man you know – The Cuteness. All over New Zealand, whenever TC's well fit personage appears on telly, there are guys chorusing in unison: "God she's cute." It's a known...,

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