Tonight on March 23, 2015

Documentary Morality of Argument - sustaining a state of being nuclear free. Directed and produced by Selwyn Manning.

Exclusive Feature Documentary

Feature Documentary: Morality of Argument – Sustaining a state of being nuclear free

EXCLUSIVE: For the first time publicly, this documentary webcasts exclusive to Evening Report. Documentary: Morality of Argument –

Duration: 1:39
Director/Producer: Selwyn Manning
Interviewees include: Bunny McDiarmid, Commander Robert Green, Dr Kate Dewes, Dr Paul Buchanan. Footage includes previously unreleased recordings of an interview between Selwyn Manning and former New Zealand prime minister David Lange on the nuclear free policy and the Pacific.


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