Posts by Geoff Lealand

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  • Hard News: Sunday People,

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    Double-hulled waka at Kawhia

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  • Hard News: Sunday People,

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    The Kawhia Kai Festival on Waitangi Day. This year we did manage to travel there on the right day. The watermelon halves with ice cream were surprisingly refreshing . Scanned old newspapers in the dinky Kawhia Museum, to find ads for talkies screening in both Kawhia and Oparau in 1932.

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  • Hard News: Fix up, young men,

    This bloody enrages me.

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  • Hard News: About Campbell Live,

    Interesting to see the faces of familiar radio voices. Hope it works.

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  • Hard News: Friday Music: Bowie, Original…, in reply to Bart Janssen,

    The British comedian Jimmy Carr, in his Auckland performance, made the crack that, 'Now that Bowie is dead, at least everyone else left in the world is a little cooler'.

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  • Hard News: Friday Music: Bowie, Original…, in reply to Russell Brown,

    Thanks, Russell. That is what I always tell myself ie Don’t Do Anything

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  • Hard News: Friday Music: Bowie, Original…,

    oh, Russell. Could you fix this? Haven't done it for a while and have obviously missed some step in the process.

    It is David and Arcade Fire, in a live performance of 'Wake Up'

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  • Hard News: Friday Music: Bowie, Original…,

    Another perfect match

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  • Hard News: Incoming: Summer,

    Thanks, Ian. I would use as my GG guidebook Paul Hogarth's 'Graham Greene Country' (Pavilion/Michael Joseph, 1986), bought at the bookstall outside the BFI on the Southbank a year ago.

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  • Hard News: Bowie, in reply to Hebe,

    Intellectuals can be fans too. ;-)

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