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Public Address 30/05/08 - Friday Fun

Public Address 30/05/08 - Friday Fun

Friday Fun | May 30, 2008 11:36
Russell Brown's Hard News
I am not without regard for Rupert Murdoch. Capitalism rewards risk, and Murdoch has, at various times, taken huge risks (albeit with others' money) and reaped the rewards. He is also pragmatic when he needs to be: witness his interview with Reuters this week, in which he predicts...,

Your new career | May 29, 2008 21:11
David Slack on his own account
Here's something to think about over the weekend. Would you like to come to Devonport and write the next Harry Potter? Jill Marshall is on Public Address Radio this Saturday afternoon (Radio Live 5.00 pm). Eight years ago she gave up her management life to take a Masters Degree in...,

PA Radio: Up on The Wire
Posted at 11:41AM on 30 May 08
Ben King and Adam Bryce talk about The Wire, their new group blog site by and about creative New Zealanders, from Bic Runga and Liam Finn to film guy Ant Timpson.,1143,


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