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Public Address 27/01/05 - The Best Minds

PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/01/05 - The Best Minds

Strung out, n*ked, etc | Jan 27, 2005 10:48
Russell Brown's Hard News

TVNZ's Sofia Wenborn was in touch yesterday regarding my comments on Close Up and its poll. She notes that the programmes won its timeslot with a "significantly higher" share than the equivalent Holmes show last year...
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I've been thinking | Jan 26, 2005 13:03
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

For those of you not up with the state of play here in Oz, it's Australia Day, this country's version of Waitangi. Here we celebrate with cricket, a VB, a bit of lamb on the Barbie, thereby commemorating the landing of some English bloke on the barbarous shores of Sydney...
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E Tu, Taika | Jan 26, 2005 08:41
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

"We are ready for the greatest achievements in the history of freedom." Okay I know that finding nonsensical statements in the words of George Bush is up there with shooting kittens in a barrel, but even I did a double take when I heard this line, the crescendo of his...
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