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Title 60 Minutes : In The Balance/The Bionic Vet/Swept Away/Heading For Trouble.

Published Australia : NINE [broadcaster], 2010 August 22 at 19:30:00.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 streaming video file (49 min. 43 sec.) ; 300377702 bytes
Summary IN THE BALANCE Reports on the extraordinary deadlock of the 2010 Federal election. THE BIONIC VET Talks to talented and flamboyant vet Dr Noel Fitzpatrick, who has pioneered bionic limbs for animals. SWEPT AWAY Examines how twenty million people have been affected by the floodwaters in Pakistan - that's a bigger human toll than the Haiti earthquake and the Boxing Day Tsunami combined. However aid is slowing arriving. HEADING FOR TROUBLE Investigates the consequences of playing footy. New research suggests constant tackling can injure the brain for life.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Bartlett, Liam, host.
Usher, Michael, host.
Brown, Tara, reporter.
Hayes, Liz, reporter.
Oakes, Laurie, reporter.
Wooley, Charles, reporter.
Abbott, Margie, contributor.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Bandt, Adam, contributor.
Brown, Bob, contributor.
Doyle, Nicole, contributor.
Fitzpatrick, Noel, contributor.
Gilani, Yusuf Raza, contributor.
Gillard, Julia, contributor.
Greenwald, Richard, contributor.
Handby, Bob, contributor.
Hoy, Dennis, contributor.
Khan, Izit, contributor.
Kiswani, Katerin, contributor.
Kroger, Michael, contributor.
Latham, Mark, contributor.
Mallin, Mick, contributor.
McHale, Lisa, contributor.
McKee, Ann, contributor.
McKew, Maxine, contributor.
Nolan, Kate, contributor.
Nolan, Mike, contributor.
Raudonikis, Tommy, contributor.
Russell, Margaret, contributor.
Shaid, Riaz, contributor.
Usher, Michael, contributor.
Windsor, Tony, contributor.
Subject Artificial limbs.
Disaster relief -- Finance.
Floods -- Social aspects.
Animals with disabilities.
News and Current Affairs.