Sunday, November 13, 2011

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News8 new results for current affairs
Forgotten gems ... remembering The Times
Sydney Morning Herald
The Times was a one-hour, late-night satirical current affairs show that aired weekly on Channel Seven from March 1994 to November 1995. Produced by Alan Hall, who had previously worked on Channel Ten's Meet the Press, it was hosted by Neil Mercer then ...
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Sydney Morning Herald
Zardari exposed true face of Pak politics: Imran
The most watched programmes are current-affairs programmes. So that's one and secondly it is Asif Zardari. What Asif Zardari has done is, he has basically exposed the true face of Pakistani politics. He basically bought everyone. ...
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It's not Mad Men, period
Sydney Morning Herald
IT MIGHT strike you while watching The Hour - a BBC drama about a current affairs show in 1956 Britain - that Peggy Olson didn't have it so bad. At least on the US period drama Mad Men, one gets the impression Peggy - the wide-eyed copywriter ...
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Sydney Morning Herald
Fourth Best News honour for ONE News
"To be honoured by the judges for our work over the last 12 months is very special indeed," said Head of News and Current Affairs, Anthony Flannery. "I am extremely proud of our teams for stepping up to the challenge - they did so with great ...
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Back Chat: "So bad it's a disgrace"
Gay News Network
I could go on forever, but these are just some of the words and phrases I have used in relation to television travesties – so called "current affairs" shows – like Today Tonight. Well, much to my protracted delight on Thursday morning, ...
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Dalai group warned against meddling in Buddhas' affairs
China Daily
LHASA - The top official of Tibet Chen Quanguo on Saturday warned the exiled Dalai Lama group not to interfere with living Buddhas' reincarnation affairs, a tradition of Tibetan Buddhism that also concerns who will replace the current 14th Dalai Lama, ...
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The maulana wars
The News International
It was a current affairs programme on a news channel that featured two angry looking maulanas engaged in a war of the words. The screen was divided into three parts, with Maulana One on the left, Maulana Two on the right, and a female anchor person in ...
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Gambian $500000 expenditure is outrageous- Quashigah
Quashigah, who was speaking this morning on Citi FM's Current Affairs Program, The Big Issue noted that some of the figures quoted for some expenses were outrageous and ought to be properly investigated. "Honestly when I also looked at the monies for ...
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Web3 new results for current affairs
Wired State: Current Affairs
A critical review of new media and social media tools of governance on the Internet.
Current affairs (98/180) | iPhotographyPictures.com
Current affairs (98/180). uncategorized Current affairs (98/180) Current affairs 98/ 180 photography pictures. Image by smohundro. « @ariel e @mackeenzy # ...
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