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3 News - 'Corngate' interview with Helen Clark Television (Excerpts) – 2002 News/Current Affairs

3 News - 'Corngate' interview with Helen Clark

Television (Excerpts) – 2002 News/Current Affairs

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Not sure what TV3 was wanting viewers to value. How clever either personalities were, or or how clever TV3 was putting up a non-news output during news hour.

Ngahana Hartley

Ngahana Hartley 25 Nov 2014 - 09.38am

I think it is more that he leans politically towards Nicky Hager to be honest

Dave

Dave 5 Jul 2013 - 11.51am

I have never seen John Campbell interview John Key in this manner. If anything, he tends to back down. I have often wondered if John Campbell actually leans politically towards John Key.

A

A 15 May 2012 - 12.31pm

John campbell is one of the nicest most pleasant person you will ever meet.

jono

jono 8 May 2012 - 03.53pm

If Cambell tried this in 2012 would it be the end of his ability
to gain interviews with the primeminister. Or is that already the case.
I think perhaps yes.
Loved it!

lux

lux 14 Apr 2012 - 05.33pm

@Jym TV3 are having trouble locating the original master, so the above excerpt is an interim measure until they find it, and then we'll get the complete IV up quick-smart. We were keen to have at least something from the interview representing in our Legendary Moments collection.

Paul Ward

Paul Ward (NZ On Screen team) 3 Apr 2012 - 09.26am

Where is the end of this? The part where Helen Clark is shown getting up and leaving the interview?

Jym

Jym 2 Apr 2012 - 11.24am

Why Campbell struggles to get interviews with politicians to this day now makes perfect sense

b

b 21 Mar 2012 - 12.37pm

John Campbell what a twat

Mark

Mark 16 Mar 2012 - 10.53pm

Heheh, love how selective the memory of a politician can be.

Donovan Jackson

Donovan Jackson 16 Mar 2012 - 12.25pm

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