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Public Address 08/07/04 - Two Guests

PUBLIC ADDRESS 08/07/04 - Two Guests

The Rabid and the Bleeding Hearts | Jul 08, 2004 11:38
GUEST: Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

The one thing we're all going to have to watch out for is the danger of getting lost in apathy towards the events playing themselves out in the Middle East. I watched 1984 a couple of years back to bring myself up to speed on that old idea of totalitarianism...,

Hidden, removed or destroyed | Jul 08, 2004 11:37
GUEST: David Williams' Dateline London via Sydney

Isn't it amazing what difference a year can make? In April 2003 an upbeat, almost smarmy, Tony Blair said of those who doubted Iraq had weapons of mass destruction: "You and others will be eating some of your words." Late last night, however, it was Blair who was tearing up...,

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