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Public Address 02/11/04 - It's A Riot

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/11/04 - It's a Riot

Not any Friday | Dec 02, 2004 09:18
Russell Brown's Hard News

Last night's Close-Up at 7 special on 1984's Aotea Square riot might well have been a wee bit of a promo for Dave Dobbyn's forthcoming national tour with Brooke Fraser, and its previously unseen footage didn't amount to much...
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Without further ado... | Dec 01, 2004 22:04
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

I've been taking my sweet time transcribing the Michael Palin interview I did for bFM the other week. I note Matt Nippert, announcing with some glee he's "scooped me" by posting his transcript sooner...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1711.sm

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Fine Feathered Friends | Dec 01, 2004 11:46
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

It seems that I exited New Zealand just in time to avoid the rampant homo-ism that's likely to overtake the country once that cub thingy I keep hearing about takes over. Good work there, Tibby...
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