[The longest question? Wolfgang Rosenberg and Robert Muldoon 1967]

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Economist Wolfgang Rosenberg asks a lengthy question of Finance Minister Robert Muldoon. At just over two minutes it is reputedly the longest question asked on New Zealand radio.

Mr Muldoon replies "Well, Mr Rosenberg, I don't know how many of the people listening followed your figures, but I wasn't one of them".

[Mr Rosenberg often appeared on Checkpoint and this interview may have been for that programme, and may not have actually been broadcast in this form.]

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Year 1967

Reference number 1725

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Credits RNZ Collection
Muldoon, R. D. (Robert David), 1921-1992, Interviewee
Rosenberg, Wolfgang, 1915-2007, Interviewer

Duration 00:02:15

Date 01 Oct 1967

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