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Public Address 18/9/6 - It's Not Catching You Know

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/09/06 - It's Not Catching, You Know ...

It's not catching, you know | Sep 18, 2006 10:20
Russell Brown's Hard News

I'm familiar with the Peter Davis rumour, in all its various locations - San Francisco, Los Angeles, Pakistan, Hagley Park; a public toilet, a taxi, an airport - and with its different supporting actors: MFAT, the police and the Diplomatic Protection Squad...,

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Science Shops | Sep 18, 2006 10:13
GUEST: Mary Gardner in Europe

I am sitting in a room with three dozen people from fourteen different countries. We hardly notice the cool grey rain outside. We are all concentrating on the presenter, Henk Mulder, who is struggling with a bad cold...,

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Chairman Mao and student unrest | Sep 17, 2006 09:03
Graham Reid's many things

Further to my previous posting about buying old records . . . I have just come back from Dunedin, a city I don't know at all but have discovered rather belatedly. Actually before I tell you about my brief encounter with Dunedin I should observe that the South Island isn't...,

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