And then there was me …

By David Hill In Entertainment

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26th February, 2005
It was the week that National Radio came to New Plymouth. They came because there is no finer place to go in high summer (that should get me a rates reduction), and because they were launching a 101FM frequency for Taranaki. They came to talk to local people. They interviewed writer/researcher Rhonda Bartle. They featured indigenous musos, with our friends' daughter little Victoria all grown up now and singing brilliantly. They had vox pops, which weren't too embarrassing. Plus there was me. Taranaki people came in numbers to Puke Ariki for Saturday Morning with Kim Hill. "I ...

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