Mon, 24 April 2006
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Don Sharpe interviews a person who sounds remarkably like Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer. Where was Mr. Downer when the Australian Wheat Board was paying bribes to officials of Saddam Hussein's regime in defiance of the UN embargo? Is there a cure for memory lapse? Is the United Arab Emirates really the top holiday spot for Australian Politicians, or did Alexander just forget his way, and board the wrong plane? Hear it here!
Written by Don Sharpe.
Voices: Don Sharpe, Bob Tissott
Produced by Warwick Fry.