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Media ID   0134-B    

   

News reports (12 April 1985) on the morning after the North Shore Homosexual Law Reform meeting in Auckland


Unique ID

1124270411-96

Speakers

Graham Underhill, Norm Jones, Geoff Braybrooke, Peter Wall, Norman McLean

Related media

0134-A

Details

Source tape

     

0134-B

Date

     

12 April 1985

Source

     

Commercial Radio, National Programme

Copyright

     

Commercial Radio, National Programme

Recorded by

     

Graham Underhill

Deposited by

     

Graham Underhill

Comments

Refer also to 0134-A

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

 

National Programme news with Geoff Robinson

 

01:10

The Prime Minister David Lange is threatening journalists traveling in South Africa.

 

02:00

A man in Rotorua has been arrested for throwing toilet paper at the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester’s car

 

02:20

Feltex Factory wage resolution

 

02:40

Federated Farmers - meat processing industry shakeup

 

03:40

South Canterbury farmers are organizing a rain dance (due to drought)

 

04:37

West Indies/NZ cricket test match

 

05:00

Weather

 

 

Radio report on Law Reform meeting at North Shore last night (from commercial radio?)

 

06:00

Graham Underhill – I had great difficulty getting into the hall.. I was writing for OUT magazine… they wanted to stack the meeting

 

 

Morning Report, National Programme

 

07:00

[radio tuning] tuning to Morning Report on National Programme

 

07:20

Geoff Robinson – Manning on ships

 

08:30

North Shore Meeting last night…Feelings ran high last night

 

08:55

Norm Jones – This is how Hitler started…95% of the people asked to sign it sign it.

 

09:35

National Programme Maori News – Te Reo programming

 

 

1YA Regional News (0640)

 

12:25

Auckland Regional Rescue helicopter

 

13:15

North Shore meeting last night.. 650 people attended..

 

13:36

Geoff Braybrooke – we need to be tolerant

 

14:00

Peter Wall (activist removed from the hall)

 

14:20

An alternative design for the Aotea Centre will be shown tonight

 

14:45

The Auckland Regional Authority is here to stay

 

15:20

The Auckland Technical Institute reacts to a call for it to be split in two

 

16:00

Looking at alternatives to Corporal Punishment

 

17:00

Sperm donors have been found for National Women’s Hospital

 

17:20

Weather forecast.. marine weather forecast

 

19:20

[TAPE WOBBLE .. GOTO 28:20 ..TAPE REWOUND AND REPLAYED]

 

28:20

Morning Comment – Gisborne school teacher Norman McLean – Homosexual Law Reform Bill.. let’s tolerate rather than suppress.

 

31:20

(bird call)

 

 

Morning Report, National Radio 12 April 1985

 

31:40

Morning Report introduction – Friday 12 April – Geoff Robinson and Lindsay Perigo.

 

32:18

Prime Minister David Lange annoyed at the four journalists who left his official tour to interview Pik Botha.

 

32:40

David Lange is welcomed to Zimbabwe

 

33:23

Upcoming tripartheid wage talks

 

34:00

Federated Farmers – shakeup of meat industry

 

34:48

Lindsay Perigo – Law Reform - North Shore Meeting ended in uproar.

 

35:20

Heart transplant in London

 

36:00

US ships in China

 

36:20

Albanian leader dies

 

37:00

Weather forecast

 

37:10

US Warships visit China – nuclear or non-nuclear .. The US will neither confirm or deny.

 

41:00

Albanian leader dies

 

42:20

The Prime Minister has arrived in Zimbabwe

 

43:50

Homosexual Law Reform Bill - North Shore Meeting last night

 

44:30

Peter Wall – demanding his views be heard

 

45:15

Chairperson – I’m closing the meeting down

 

45:35

Geoff Braybrooke – we need tolerance

 

45:58

Peter Wall – the hatred won’t go unchallenged

 

46:20

Main points in the news

 


   



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