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Public Address 26/06/08 - Big Norms

Public Address 26/06/08 - Big Norms

Hunting Squirrels | Jun 26, 2008 10:24
David Slack on his own account
I come to praise Helen Clark's government as we prepare to bury it. You may have heard Laila Harre on the radio on Monday. Evidence from a focus group suggests that people are not aware that credit for various changes are due to the present administration. You may also have...,

Big Norms | Jun 26, 2008 09:45
Russell Brown's Hard News
This week's Media7 brought together Broadcasting Standards Authority chief executive Dominic Sheehan, Catholic Church spokesperson Lyndsay Freer and Alt TV shareholder and creative director Oliver Driver to discuss what's fit to screen and what are really community norms. The result was a very lively discussion, which can be...,

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