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‘When A City Falls’ Screens 22 February On TV3.

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GOOD AND FAST APPEARANCE ON BROADCAST TV. NO WONDER TVNZ REVIEWERS GAVE IT BAD REVIEWS. DICKS. CANNOT WAIT TO SEE IT.

The movie When a City Falls will screen Wednesday 22nd of February at 7.30pm

WATCH – The Kennedy Center Honors Meryl Streep.

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WONDERFUL. NOW TO FIND THE BARBARA COOK TRIBUTE.

WATCH – ‘Doctor Who’ – Xmas Special 2011 – ‘The Doctor, The Widow, And The Wardrobe’.

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SWEET.


Doctor Who: Xmas 2011 pt1 by Companion_No1

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LEARN – Neil Gaiman’s Fav ‘Doctor Who’ Moments Of 2011.

MY FAV SCENES OF THE YEAR ARE HERE. WELL, 3. X SHALL BE MORE. LOVED SEASON 6.

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Watch an exclusive video with award-winning writer NEIL GAIMAN (Coraline, The Sandman, Doctor Who: The Doctor’s Wife) behind-the-scenes on the set of BBC America’s new original TV special WAIT WAIT…DON’T TELL ME!: A Royal Pain in the News – and uncover his favorite moments from the 2011 season of Doctor Who.

Don’t miss Neil on WAIT WAIT…DON’T TELL ME! *** Premiering Friday Dec 23 at 8p/7c *** only on BBC America, where he’ll be the featured guest for the classic multiple-choice quiz segment “Not My Job.” Want more about Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! on BBC America? Go to http://bbca.me/WWDTMsite

Find out which “marvelous” episodes from 2011’s season 6 rank as Neil’s favorites. Which episode has “sheer barking-mad, screwball audacity”? Which one is “beautiful and heartbreaking”? Can you guess which he describes as “a giant Hollywood blockbuster” and “everything you could possibly want”? And which episode made him “jealous and grumpy” after they pursued a similar idea… until he saw it and realized “it’s better than anything [Neil] would’ve done with that idea”?


BBC America & NPR are bringing the Peabody Award-winning radio quiz show to television with Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me’s 2011 year-in-review special, a fast-paced, irreverent look at the news of the world — and the weird. Join host Peter Sagal and official judge and scorekeeper Carl Kasell for an evening of informative fun as they lead a panel of both US and UK talent, including comedians Paula Poundstone, Alonzo Bodden and Nick Hancock, through 2011’s biggest events. The special will also look back at the year’s top stories from an American and British perspective and includes listener contests.

Police Support ‘Occupy Auckland’.

A letter from Auckland City Police Area Commander Inspector Andrew Coster to the Auckland District Court showing support for the Occupy Auckland protest action and the rights of people in our country to come together, peacefully assemble and to freely express their ideas.

[Chris Glen, Occupy Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand]

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