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Media ID   0012-B    

   

Public Meeting (11 April 1985) - North Shore, Auckland on the Homosexual Law Reform Bill and news items on the meeting, Graeme Lee and the petition, plus money for combating AIDS


Unique ID

1105652138-21

Speakers

Geoff Braybrooke, Welby Ings, Graeme Lee, Fran Wilde, Peter Wall, Bruce Burnett, unidentified speakers

Related media

0012-A

Details

Source tape

     

0012-B

Date

     

11 April 1985

Source

     

Public Meeting, Television New Zealand, Radio Pacific, National Programme

Copyright

     

Public Meeting, Television New Zealand, Radio Pacific, National Programme

Recorded by

     

Graham Underhill

Deposited by

     

Graham Underhill

Comments

Public meeting recorded from inside the audience, distant speakers but strong atmosphere. Refer also to 0012-A. The cassette states a record date of 12 April 1985 – however other sources state that the North Shore meeting happened on Thursday 11 April. Other material recorded off television or radio broadcasts

Disclaimer

This summary gives general themes as to the content of this recording. It is not a verbatim transcript. Always refer back to the original audio. This is a working document and any amendments/corrections are welcome.



Summary

01:10

Geoff Braybrooke - Royal Commission (continued from end of 0012-A)..

 

01:59

Audience member - a red herring..

 

02:00

Braybrooke - Homosexuals you do your case no good.. (clapping)

 

02:30

Chair – introducing Welby Ings

 

02:50

Welby Ings – this is not a society run by the Church.. Read the Bill – it’s about

 

05:50

Ings - At twelve years old I was a criminal [in your eyes] .. (clapping).. Form 3

 

09:10

Graeme Lee – he chose to be a homosexual – it’s a choice

 

10:30

Chair - Ladies and gentlemen I will close this meeting down.. This is your last

 

11:00

Lee - You people initiated this bill and we will debate it ..it is a choice, you are

 

12:50

Audience member – lost control of this meeting

 

13:40

Chair - I’m closing the meeting down

 

14:10

Audience – clapping ..If you’re happy and you know it

 

14:30

Television One, Eyewitness News with Angela D’Audney .. Meat Industry

 

23:00

Finance Minister Roger Douglas caused a stir today.. 3.9% drop in buying power for people.. Richard Prebble audio

 

27:00

Graeme Lee visits Auckland.. organizing the petition against law reform..

 

29:00

Fran Wilde audio - people being bullied to sign the petition

 

30:15

Peter Wall audio – victimization

 

30:45

North Shore meeting report

 

32:30

Weather report

 

32:40

[Radio static – tuning].. Radio Pacific 10’oclock news

 

34:00

Michael Bassett– Anti AIDS measures – screening blood donors

 

34:35

Maori International

 

35:40

Radio Pacific ad

 

36:20

National Programme news read by Peter Fry ..All Blacks touring South Africa

 

36:50

Government increases income limits so more families can buy homes.

 

37:30

Three million dollars to combat AIDS in New Zealand .. Bruce Burnett audio

 

38:20

Tiwai Point Aluminium smelter

 

39:00

Review of Small Claims Tribunals

 


   



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