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Public Address 26/09/03 - Good Grief

PUBLIC ADDRESS 26/09/03 - Good Grief

Da Bomb |Sep 26, 2003 12:13
Russell Brown's Hard News

So anyway, I was on my way out the door to record this week's Mediawatch script and my mobile rang. It was my producer, calling from Wellington. Don't bother to go in, she said: they've had a bomb threat and the building's evacuated...,


Writingforthesmallscreen |Sep 25, 2003 22:29
Chad Taylor in the Muse Lounge

If you follow the obscure and often downward careers of TV and film writers, there is a great interview with Dorothy Fontana online here . Known as "D.C." from the days when being female could disadvantage a telewriter, Fontana's credits include Bonanza ,Dallas and - respect - The Streets...,


The Girlie downshifts |Sep 25, 2003 14:57
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

There's been lots of talk over here about "downshifting", moving out of high-pressure corporate jobs to adopt more "flexible" employment arrangements (read that as contracting). Telecommuting, usually from some central coast or Blue Mountain beauty spot, is growing fast.,

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