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Public Address 02/07/04 - Friday Special

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/07/04 - Friday Special

I'd like to be, under the sea | Jul 02, 2004 10:24
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

It's pouring down outside and it really feels like winter. Over the past week or so we've had winds so strong it knocked out my internet connection; hail so hard it sounded like thousands of little balls of ice hitting the roof; and lightning striking the Sky Tower, causing my...,


Mummy, what's a feminazi? | Jul 01, 2004 22:32
ARCHIVE The late Andrew Heal, Metro magazine, November 1996

Quite often when I hear the phrase "political correctness" bandied around, blamed for the moral wasteland and made to mean all manner of things, I think of an essay in Metro magazine in 1996 by the late Andrew Heal. As you would expect of Andrew's work, it was thoughtful, gently humorous and elegantly written. I decided that it could do with another airing and, by the kind permission of Metro's editor, Nicola Legat, we re-publish it today on Public Address.,


The universe is alive with life, okay? | Jul 01, 2004 22:26
Fiona Rae from the couch

Do programmes like Andromeda exist to make other programmes like The O.C. look good? How about this little gem from last week's Andromeda on Sky 1, the show that Kevin Sorbo swapped Hercules' leather pants for: "The universe is alive with life!" proclaimed some spooky alien chick with shiny makeup...,

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