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Title Lateline: 17/07/15
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Summary HOW THE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY TRIED TO BRING DOWN PAULETTE COOPER Journalist Paulette Cooper was once the Church of Scientology's public enemy number one. After publishing a book critical of the church in the 1970's she was harassed in a vicious campaign, which included death threats and being framed for a serious crime. INTERVIEW: MARJAN MINNESMA, DIRECTOR OF URGENDA Marjan Minnesma led a legal challenge against the Dutch Government, saying they weren't taking enough action against climate change. Emma Alberici speaks with Marjan about the ways citizens can hold governments accountable for policy decisions on climate change. SEVENTEEN AGAIN A new Australian play takes a look at what it is like to be on the cusp of adulthood. But rather than being a standard coming of age tale the teens on stage are being played by some of the country's greatest stage actors - most aged in their seventies!
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-07-17 at 22:20:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Church of Scientology International.
Adulthood -- Attitudes.
Climatic changes -- Government policy.
Global warming -- Environmental aspects.
Television plays, Australian.
New South Wales -- Sydney.
Ontario -- Toronto.
Queensland -- Cairns.
Form Streaming video
Author Alberici, Emma, host
Cannane, Steve, reporter
Tugwell, Nikki, reporter
Cooper, Paulette, contributor
Dence, Maggie, contributor
Gade, John, contributor
Lemon, Genevieve, contributor
Minnesma, Marjan, contributor
Ortega, Tony, contributor
Sarks, Anne-Louise, contributor
Volska, Anna, contributor
Whittet, Matthew, contributor
Zinberg, Len, contributor