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Public Address 15/12/04 - Television Comedy

PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/12/04 - Television Comedy

Fight for Life | Dec 15, 2004 09:43
Fiona Rae from the couch

"Good evening and haere mai, talofa lava, ni hao, welcome, welcome, welcome to Campbell's Gamble, the show TV3 have given me to stop me going to TVNZ. On tonight's show, Carol Hirschfeld continues her 99-part series about Ahmed Zaoui and it turns out there are ducks at the Dominican friars'...
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What price the Mother of the Nation? | Dec 15, 2004 09:41
Russell Brown's Hard News

So in an increasingly competitive commercial TV environment, just what is a fair rate for the country's most bankable newsreader, Judy Bailey? As the government's pre-emptive strike on her new $800,000 contract gathers steam, no one seems to want to even venture a guess...
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