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Various audio relating to complaints made to the Broadcasting Standards Authority.
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Many tapes have little or no accompanying information regarding dates, times, broadcasters or complaints.

04/137/16 "Paul Holmes Kofi Annan b/c/ 24/9/03 and BSA comment [1] 7a"

Paul Holmes' "cheeky darky" outburst. Holmes describes Jacques Chirac as "old rubber face", Kofi Annan as "a very cheeky darky", criticises the United Nations etc. Holmes' later says his comments were a 'test' and his audience failed for not criticising his use of the word 'darky' . Holmes says this explanation is in anticipation of a complaint to the B.S.A.
[this clip does not feature the comments made about women journalists on the same programme.] please see ID # 105018 04/137/21 for on-air apology
www.bsa.govt.nz/pressreleases/22-12-2003.htm duration approx 6'00"
Preserved, 20/03/2009, MOC.Sound Archives pres db ID 4606

04/137/17 "Paul Holmes 23/3/2004 at 7.47am [1] 2'00 approx [1/817] Shenken"

Various comments about Israeli and Israelis after the missile attack that killed Hamas leader, Ahmed Yassin; comments on the muslim world, The West bank etc.

bsa.govt.nz/decisions/2004/2004-071.htm duration approx 2'00"
Preserved, 20/03/2009, MOC.Sound Archives pres db ID 4608

04/137/18 "Larry Williams 18/7/03 8.10am Mahony" [1/783 or 1/784 illegible]
"1:00 approx [3]"

Larry Williams talks to Wendyl Nissen and Tau Henare on Newstalk ZB. In relation to a recent photo of Nissen, Williams says he's "not going to piss in your pocket" but Nissen doesn't look her age [41 the following day].

http://www.bsa.govt.nz/decisions/2003/2003-112.html duration approx 1'00"

04/137/19 "Hon Jim Anderton 12/2/04 [2/1012] 4 8.00 approx"

A National Radio Morning Report item regarding street drug P [methamphetamine] and the use of cold medicines containing psuedoethedrine and ephedrine as an ingredient in its manufature.A nationwide ban on the sale of these drugs was ruled out by the government. Associate Health Minister Jim Anderton is interviewed by Sean Plunket. A Rotorua Doctor, Dr Bev O'Keefe speaks about Rotorua GPs and pharmacists' own ban on sales of medicines containing psuedoephedrine. Anderton and O'keefe disagree over the importance of imported psuedoephedrine, versus that sourced locally, in the manufacture of "P" and burlgaries sourcing the ingredients.
www.bsa.govt.nz/decisions/2004/2004-081.htm duration 8'00" approx

04/137/20 "Leighton Smith 18-7-03 10.10am Nelson [2/932] [8] 55'00" approx"

Newstalk ZB announcer Leighton Smith interviews american Chuck Missler, the founder of "Koinonia House" who holds slightly different views to some regarding christianity, the Bible and the antichrist. Missler sees the 'antichrist' as being an alternative to Christ..not necesarly 'anti'. Discusion relates to the war on Iraq by America and Missler's reading of The Bible and interpretation of events in iraq and surrounding areas, 'the mark of the beast' etc..the antichrist or global dictator will have "One eye withered and one eye darkened" Calls from listeners are taken. Same sex relationships are discussed.

http://www.bsa.govt.nz/decisions/2003/2003-120.html duration 55'00"

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Year 2003

Reference number 31509

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Ngā Taonga Korero Collection

Credits Holmes, Paul, 1950-2013
Annan, Kofi A. (Kofi Atta)
Chirac, Jacques, 1932-
YASSIN, Ahmed
Williams, Larry
Henare, Tau, 1960-
Nissen, Wendyl
Anderton, Jim, 1938-2018
Plunket, Sean
O'KEEFE, Bev
Smith, Leighton
MISSLER, Chuck
Newstalk ZB (Auckland, N.Z.)
Radio Network (estab. 1996, closed 2014)
United Nations
New Zealand. Broadcasting Standards Authority
Harakat al-Muqawamah al-Islamiyah
Radio New Zealand (estab. 1989)
KOINONIA HOUSE

Date 24 Sep 2003

Subject Iraq
Israel
West Bank
Christianity/Topical
Homosexuality/Topical
Methamphetamine/Topical
Swearing/Topical

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