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Protecting children on the Internet; BBC Prime launches in Hong Kong; Police Radio Changes; Gay media in Hong Kong; Death of James Wong; Film Review - The Final Cut (25 Nov 2004)

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On Monday Microsoft hosted a half-day roundtable on "Protecting Your Child Online". Media Watch wasthere. Interviews with Microsoft Children's Online Safety director Pamela Portin and International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children director Dr. Sheila Johnson Wayne Dunsford, director of channels for BBC Worldwide, talks to us on BBC Prime, which opens in Hong Kong next week Police Commissioner Dick Lee responds to Press complaints that they can't eavesdrop on police broadcasts any more. With Hong Kong last month having its first gay mini Mardi-Gras, we look at a successful local gay magazine and the Lesbian and Gay Film Festival In Movie Watch: Gary Pollard on "The Final Cut". And we say farewell to local showbiz personality James Wong, who died this week.

Program: 
Media watch
Publish Date: 
Thursday, November 25, 2004
Station: 
RTHK
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