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Title 7.30 : 26/01/12.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2012 January 26 at 19:30:00.


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Physical description 1 streaming video file (28 min. 59 sec.) ; 175677238 bytes
Summary ARTISTS PAINT A DIFFERENT PICTURE OF CLIMATE CHANGE An exhibition in Melbourne features artworks addressing climate change that the artists hope will deliver a strong message. FROM F'S TO A'S FOR ASPIRING KANYES A group of hip- hop artists from regional New South Wales have overcome challenges to start music careers as well as improve their classroom performance. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT GIVES PNG MUTINY UPDATE The ABC's Papua New Guinea correspondent Liam Fox is in Port Moresby and gives us the latest on the country's military mutiny. CHARLIE TEO ADDRESSES GROWING INTOLERANCE IN AUSTRALIA DAY SPEECH Former New South Wales Australian of the Year Finalist and famed neurosurgeon Charlie Teo has given the 2012 Australia Day address and called for greater tolerance in the face of the rage and racism he has seen around him. PAPUA NEW GUINEA FACES MILITARY MUTINY What led rebel soldiers to occupy defence headquarters in PNG and call for the reappointment of a former Prime Minister?.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Ewart, Heather, host.
Dingle, Sarah, reporter.
Kerr, Justine, reporter.
Trembath, Brendan, reporter.
Adams, Dolly, contributor.
Adams, Peter, contributor.
Baiton, Rob, contributor.
Coony, Campbell, contributor.
Ferguson, Martin, contributor.
Finlayson, Toby, contributor.
Forrest, John, contributor.
Fox, Liam, contributor.
McCulloch, Alex, contributor.
McGee, Tom, contributor.
McGregor, Roslyn, contributor.
Mills, Stormie, contributor.
Namah, Belden, contributor.
Sasa, Yaura, contributor.
Smith, Daniel, contributor.
Teo, Charlie, contributor.
Subject Art -- Exhibitions.
Australia Day.
Indigenous peoples in art.
Racism -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Rap (Music)
News and Current Affairs.