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Lecture Trip To China

S.O.F.A. patron David Grant has just got back from a lecture trip to China

Just back from another trip to China (my sixth in six years) and getting over the jet lag in time for the virtual congress. 695 more words


Nevermind Watchdown: S17E8, or That was the theme tune to A Very Al Qaeda Christmas

Well, for one last time under Mark Lamarr’s tenure, IIIITTTT’S CHRIIISTMAAAAASSS!

Tonight features Kate Garroway, Tony Christie and David Grant, all of whom have been on before, and all of whom were great panelists but were overshadowed by a true anchor. 587 more words

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David Grant & Jaki Graham - Mated

The second and last hot for the pair as a duo, it reached UK#20, but was at #85 on this day in the 80s.

David had 12 hits in total, as well as 6 with Linx, while Jaki had 14 in total. 9 more words

Nevermind Watchdown: S14E3 or Buzzcocks and its Nazi Japery

Series 14, two episodes in, already may be one of the funniest in the show’s history. And tonight, to help that, we’ve got another So-Solid Crew Member, Lisa Maffia, and another appearance from Dave “I do Johnny Vegas’ schtick, but funnier, and in a different accent” Johns. 802 more words

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Further thoughts on the Lite-Gov race

My recent post on Sen. David Zuckerman’s candidacy for lieutenant governor drew a couple of intelligent comments, which prompted this return to the subject. But I’ll begin with another reminder from the archives, which creates some doubt about Rep. 741 more words

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From The Red Carpet - MOBO Pre-Awards 2015

We filmed this short video highlight of the very first MOBO Pre-Awards ceremony in October 2015. We edited the whole thing within the space of a day.

Credits: Camera-Operator/Editor


David Grant on World War Two pacifists - Friday 6 November

The Lincoln Efford Memorial Lecture 2015 is being held on Friday 6 November 7.30pm at the WEA Hall, 59 Gloucester Street. The topic is Turning the other cheek: Ormond Burton and Lincoln Efford – New Zealand’s most prominent pacifists during World War Two. 299 more words