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Public Address 17/07/08 - A Taxonomy of Poo

Public Address 17/07/08 - A Taxonomy of Poo

A Taxonomy of Poo | Jul 17, 2008 11:24
Russell Brown's Hard News
David Haywood has kindly directed my attention to Clark Vader and the Helengrad Labour L*sbi*ns, a paper submitted by Lewis Stoddart toward a graduate diploma in political science at Victoria University last year. The paper does not aim to comprehensively examine the Helengrad phenomenon, although it notes what...

Festive Fare | Jul 17, 2008 11:23
GUEST James Littlewood at the film festival
With more pointless, personal violence in the media than I can quite tolerate, all I can say is, thank god for the film festival. Actually, thank Bill Gosden. On Sunday night, Lou Reed's Berlin was the perfect end to the first sunny weekend that wasn't completely freezing. Julian...

PA Radio: Alister Barry and The Hollow Men
Posted at 11:33AM on 17 Jul 08
First there were the emails, then the book and the stage play -- now, The Hollow Men the documentary is poised for its world premiere at the Wellington film festival on Sunday. Producer Alister Barry talks about how the film came to be, and how it fits in to his body of work.,1232,

PA Radio: Florian Habicht
Posted at 9:16AM on 17 Jul 08
Director Florian Habicht talks about his latest venture into unexpected film-making: Rubbings from a Live Man, his "intimate documentary" of the unique theatre producer and actor Warwick Broadhead, who has never previously allowed his performances to be recorded. The film screens this week in Auckland at the International Film Festival.,1228,

PA Radio: The Science Media Centre
Posted at 9:07AM on 17 Jul 08
Peter Griffin, the founding manager of the Science Media Centre, talks to Russell Brown about the agency's aim to support and improve media coverage of science -- and to help scientists themselves be more media-friendly.,1227,


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