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Public Address 02/04/07 - The Public Good

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/04/07 - The Public Good

The Public Good | Apr 02, 2007 09:09
Russell Brown's Hard News

Is the Campbell Smith who told a select committee last week that illicit downloading was killing his artists' careers and forcing them into day jobs the same Campbell Smith who told a room full of people several years ago that he didn't have much of a problem with...
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Public Address Radio: March 31
Posted at 9:23AM on 2 Apr 07

David Haywood's Public Address Science report - looking at thorium as a safer, cheaper and more plentiful nuclear fuel - is now available in the Public Address Radio podcast as a 4.76MB MP3 file.
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,317,public_address_radio_march_31.sm

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Stories: Life in Books
Public Address System, Apr 02

This month, it's the magic of the printed page, and the moments it can make. Did you read a special book at a special time? A book that changed everything? A book on a journey? The right book at the right time? Or one that turned out wrong? Stories, please …
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,316,stories_life_in_books.sm

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