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The Monday Wire Hosted By Noelle Mc Carthy

The Monday Wire.
Hosted by Noelle Mc Carthy.

12.00 bNews weather and Surf with Amelia.

12.15 Maureen Crombie.
Chair ECPAT.

Child advocacy agency ECPAT has lodged a complaint with the Censorship Compliance Unit over the Spring issue of Pavement. They claim some of the images of teenage and preteen girls in the magazine are "legally objectionable" and "soft child pornography."

12.30 Bernard D Mc Donald.
Editor, Pavement Magazine.
The editor of Pavement magazine who chose to mark the magazines thirteenth birthday with a "Lost Youth" birthday teen issue. The issue contains photospeads of topless teenagers but Barney says accusations of child abuse are "insane"

12.45 Bill Hastings.
Chief Censor.
The Chief censor says while there does appear to be a prima facie case against pavement, it's all about the context of the images and the magazines intended audience.

1.30 The Book Review.
With Jacob.
Jacob will be reviewing something that's not Pavement

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