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Public Address 20/01/06 - Reading Eating Thinking

PUBLIC ADDRESS 20/01/06 - Reading, eating and thinking

Judge Orders Quotation Marks for NZCPD | Jan 20, 2006 08:32
GUEST: David Haywood on the wire

- NZPA-Reuters: A High Court judge in Wellington has ordered Dr Muriel Newman to place quotation marks around the word 'think' on any written material referring to the New Zealand Centre for Political Debate (NZCPD)...,


Some new-year reading | Jan 20, 2006 08:19
GUEST: Gordon Dryden on the written word

Gordon Dryden asks "if the silly season has ever been sillier?" And concludes that even National Radio has produced its most mundane summer season in memory. Heading up to his 75th birthday in June, the former talkshow host is still a voracious voracious non-fiction reader...,


Macheesemo | Jan 19, 2006 20:44
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

And she's telling the truth, she did attempt to hold her tongue about my cracker-cooking. One email did slip through though, and the indignation was well evident. In my own defence all I can say is that the recipe for a curry was something drafted so that any...,


The winner by a landslide... | Jan 19, 2006 10:44
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Aunty Santha's Keralan Lamb Curry! [crowd goes wild] Rather unsurprising when you think about the voting audience in this, the land of baby sheep-eaters, despite an attempted five votes from Damian Christie for the prostituttanesca (that's what puttanesca means folks)...,


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