CLOSE UP. 26/09/1985
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Rise of the moral majority: An examination of Christian political activism in the wake of the Homosexual Law Reform bill .
Interviews with: John Massam , the Editor of “Challege”’ John Massam; Bill Subritzky of the Auckland Coalition of Concerned Citizens; political lecturer Paul Spoonly ; Rev Selwyn Dawson, retired Methodist minister and Wellington Central MP Fran Wilde, and Babara Goodman , Campaign for Tolerance.
Trouble at Bill: Alarms expressed about a botched investigation into an illicit sex ring in Dunedin provoked an internal enquiry and a report but these have not satisfied critics. The Police Association says the report raises more questions than it answers. Detective Sgt Tom Lewis, who first raised concerns, is facing a forced transfer.
Interviews with: Detective Sgt Lewis; Police Commissioner Thompson; Const Paul Stevenson of the Police Association; and head of the Association, Paul Morrow .
Nothing to Lose: Despite so many losses suffered by the East Coast rugby team, the game is still king on the coast. A visit to Ruatoria by the North Harbour team illustrates many differences between the two teams and not just in the playing standards.
Reference number F87271
Collection Film and Video Collection
Media type Moving Image
Series CLOSE UP
Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA
Production company TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND
Viewing locations Digital file available to view at medialibrary, Wellington