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Public Address 12/10/07 - Moron y Moron

Public Address 12/10/07 - Moron y Moron

Moron y Moron | Oct 29, 2007 10:18
Russell Brown's Hard News
Fortunately, I was out when Close Up's researcher called on Thursday to ask whether I, as one of the faces of the current family violence campaign, would care to haul my ass into the studio to pontificate on the implications for the campaign of Trevor Mallard's scrap with Tau Henare... http://publicaddress.net/default,4582.sm

The Lion Doesn't Sleep Tonight | Oct 27, 2007 09:49
Graham Reid's many things
The other night on the E! Channel -- or it could have been the news on One or TV3, there's been such a convergence -- there was a piece about Tom Cruise and how he refused to be drawn on his political affiliations. Even though he's one of the most... http://publicaddress.net/default,4580.sm

Public Address Science (transcript): Land of Hope, Glory, and Energy (Energy Special, Part 4 of 12) | Oct 26, 2007 00:50
David Haywood from Christchurch
In my preamble to last week's episode, I described this radio programme as a "dog-and-pony" science show. Subsequently, several people have written to me complaining that although they have heard a pony during broadcasts they have never heard a dog. So to set the record straight about the division of... http://publicaddress.net/default,4578.sm

180 Seconds with Craig: The Catfight
Posted at 11:00AM on 29 Oct 07
Craig Ranapia considers the matter of "Mongrel Mallard and Testosterone Tau" and wonders about accountability . LINK

PA Radio: What's up with YouTube NZ?
Posted at 10:54AM on 29 Oct 07
An interview with YouTube's international product manager Luis Garcia, about last week's launch of New Zealand's own gateway into YouTube. Conducted before the full lameness of the offering had become apparent. LINK

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