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RNZ National – Last of ‘Notes from the South with Dougal Stevenson’

### radionz.co.nz Sunday 24 June 2012
Sunday Morning with Chris Laidlaw

10:40 Notes from the South with Dougal Stevenson
In his final Note, Dougal ponders how all things must pass. (5′50″)
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(although, this is not the last of Dougal we will hear on RNZ National…)

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RNZ National: Dougal Stevenson on Stadium

Radio New Zealand National Feb 22, 2009 9:54 am
Sunday Morning
Notes from the South

By Dougal Stevenson

“Hello. One Sunday in August 2006 I described events at a provocative choice of location. The Carisbrook Stadium Trust had chosen to launch a vision, downstairs from the Dunedin Casino. The lights dimmed, a recorded voice rose in volume to introduce the occasion – my voice, my paid affirmation of the vision, which I now regret…”

Podcast available (6′00″)


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