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Public Address 08/06/06 - Remembering Glide Time

PUBLIC ADDRESS 08/06/06 - Remembering Glide Time

Some fuss | Jun 08, 2006 09:58
Russell Brown's Hard News

Residents outside the Beltway may be puzzled by this morning's Claims of Govt split rejected. It refers to apparent threats to resign by two ministers: Marian Hobbs and Taito Philip Field. I don't know about Field - only God does, apparently - but the Hobbs thing...,


Before The Office, there was Glide Time | Jun 08, 2006 09:49
GUEST: Roger Hall recalls (with bonus Ian Fraser)

Roger Hall is the most successful playwright of his generation in New Zealand. Glide Time was his first major hit, running to several back-to-back seasons in each of the cities it was first performed...,

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