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A test license has been granted to TV West, which will broadcast some programs from Access 31 days. Peter Jeffrey and David Valentin are involved.
19 Dec 2008
The next instalment of the Narnia chronicles was due to shoot in Mexico, but there was a little problem with a drug war. The production needs a big water tank. Queensland has a big water tank. Spec
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