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Title 7.30 : 07/04/11.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2011 April 07 at 19:30:00.

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 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 streaming video file (29 min. 30 sec.) ; 177384251 bytes
Summary PETER REITH JOINS 7.30 Former defence minister Peter Reith speaks with Chris Uhlmann about the recent Defence Force scandals. RAILWAY CONCERNS CONTINUE The state of the main railway line between Perth and the East Coast is under scrutiny. THREE MONTHS ON FROM FLOOD DISASTER Queensland's Flood Commission will commence public hearings next week into the January floods, which devastated the state. HAS FREE SPEECH GONE TOO FAR? Two recent high-profile cases in the United States have some people asking if the right to free speech has gone too far. CLARKE AND DAWE WITH KEVIN RUDD Clarke and Dawe with their take on recent controversies.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Sales, Leigh, host.
Brissenden, Michael, reporter.
Clarke, John, reporter.
Dawe, Bryan, reporter.
Peacock, Matt, reporter.
Taylor, John, reporter.
Uhlmann, Chris, reporter.
Destro, Robert, contributor.
Fullerton, John, contributor.
Geddes, Bronwyn, contributor.
Graham, Lindsey, contributor.
Jones, Terry, contributor.
King, Russell, contributor.
McMahon, Glen, contributor.
Nanva, Bob, contributor.
Reith, Peter, contributor.
Summers, Sean, contributor.
Vuong, Mary, contributor.
Weatherhead, John, contributor.
Xenophon, Nick, contributor.
Subject Australia. Australian Defence Force.
Floods -- Social aspects.
Freedom of speech -- Law and legislation.
Governmental investigations.
Freedom of speech -- Religious aspects.
Sexual harassment in the military.
News and Current Affairs.