The Northern Territory news Sat 22 Dec 2012
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34 NT NEWS. Saturday, December 22, 2012. www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 2 2 -D E C -2 0 1 2 P A G E : 3 4 C O L O R : C M Y K IN CINEMAS BOXING DAY 105.7 ABC DARWIN SATURDAY: 5.05 Tales from the Tinny 7.10 Breakfast with Paul Dale 8.00 AM 8.30 Bfast cont. incl Top End Gardener 11.05 Terr Gstand with Charlie King 12.35 National Gstand 5.05 Best of Rural Reporter 6.05 State to State 10.05 Sat Night Country. SUNDAY: 5.30 Summer All Over 10.05 The Main Ingredient with Kelli Brett 12.10 Terr Gstand with Charlie King 12.35 National Gstand 5.05 Just Released 6.30 Sunday Evenings 9.05 Sunday Profile 9.30 Speaking Out 10.05 Sunday Night Talk. ABC CLASSIC FM FM-107.3 SATURDAY: 6.00 Breaky 9.00 Keys to Music 10.00 Your Request 12.00 Music Makers 1.00 Saturday Afternoon Concert 4.00 The Opera Show 5.00 Jazztrack 7.00 At Home 8.00 Saturday Evening Concert. SUNDAY: 6.00 Breaky 9.00 Sunday Morning 12.00 Music Makers 1.00 Sunday Afternoon Concert 3.00 Sunday Live 4.00 Song and Dance 5.00 Jazztrack 7.00 Sunday Opera. ABC NEWSRADIO 102.5FM SATURDAY: 3.30 World Brief 4.00 News Finance Sport 4.30 News Asia Pacific Review 10.00 World This Week 10.30 The World Today 11.00 News 11.30 NPR 12.30 News 1.30 Roll News 2.30 News 3.00 News Arts 3.30 News Business of Business 4.00 Live Drive 4.30 NPR 5.30 Go Digital 6.30 News 8.30 Science. SUNDAY: 4.00 Roll News 4.30 Business 10.00 Live Drive 10.30 World News 11.00 News 11.30 NPR 12.30 News 1.30 News Sport 2.30 A/P Business 3.00 News Science 3.30 News 4.00 World This Week 4.30 NPR 5.30 News 6.30 Health 7.30 Go Digital 8.30 News. Territory FM 104.1 Territory Network SATURDAY: 8.00 Saturday Sports with Webby and Jess 10.00 Maximum Music Weekend 5.00 Best of Night with Alice Cooper 7.00 70s at 7 with Joe Miller 8.00 Darwins Greatest Jukebox Hits. SUNDAY: 12.00 A Max Music Weekend 6.00 Cultural Village. CAAMA 8KIN FM 102.9 SATURDAY: 8.00 Totally Fresh 12.00 Reggae Rebels with Steve 4.00 Easy Listening 8.00 Party Mix 12.00 Overnight Sounds. SUNDAY: 8.00 Country with Pam 12.00 Mixed Up Beats 4.00 AFLCA Footy 6.00 Feel Good Sunday 8.00 Green Bush 12.00 Overnight Sounds. RHEMA FM 97.7 SATURDAY: 8.00 Sat Morning Music 3.00 20 Cdown Mag 7.00 Reality Zone 10.00 Fresh. SUNDAY: 6.30 Amazing Grace 7.00 Heart & Soul 9.00. Church Service 12.00 Sun Sounds 3.00 Women of Hope 5.00 Face to Face 7.00 Bthrough Gen 9.00 Paul Gray. RADIO NATIONAL AM 657 SATURDAY: 6.00 Breaky 7.00 Sat AM 7.30 Sat Extra 9.00 By Design 10.00 Music Show 12.00 Science Show 1.00 RN First Bite 2.00 Weekend Arts 5.00 Encounter 6.00 AWAYE! 7.00 Books Plus. SUNDAY: 6.00 The Rhythm Divine 7.00 Correspondents Report 8.00 Background Briefing 10.00 360documentaries 11.00 Common Knowledge 12.00 Rear Vision 1.00 Hindsight 2.00 Movie Time 3.00 Airplay 4.00 Music Deli 5.00 All in The Mind 6.00 Spirit of Things 7.00 This American Life 8.00 Night Air. KIK FM 91.5 SATURDAY: 12am Throb Night live. 1am KIKn dance music 3.00 Sat KIK 6.00 KIKn dance music. SUNDAY: Sounds of Summer Dance and Hi NRG. MIX 104.9 FM SATURDAY: 7.00 Better Homes and Gardens 9.00 Music 4.00 Cover to Cover 6.00 Retro Party. SUNDAY: 9.00 Music 3.00 Time Warp Special 4.00 My Generation 6.00 Rick Dees. HOT 100 SATURDAY: 6.00 Music 2.00 Hot Hits 6.00 Urban Chart Hits 8.00 Hot Sessions. SUNDAY: 6.00 Music 2.00 Take 40 Australia 6.00 American Take 40 10.00 Planet Rock. RADIO LARRAKIA 94.5FM SATURDAY: 5.00 8KIN 10.00 Sentimental Journey 12.00 Local Music 2.30 Blues & Roots 6.30 NIRS Footy 10.00 Blue Thunda. SUNDAY: 8.00 Gospel 12.00 Everything Palmerston 3.30 CAAMA Footy 6.45 Youth-A Ramma 8.00 Youth Beat. ENTERTAINMENT l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l ntnews.com.au AThriller of an auction Jacksons black glove sells for $190kUS: One of Michael Jack-sons iconic single gloveshas sold for nearly $190,000 in Los Angeles, an auction house says. At $US199,069, the Swarovski-crystalencrusted glove earned the record for the highest price fetched for memorabilia from the late King of Pop, the Nate D Sanders auction house said. The autographs and memorabilia specialty seller said Jackson wore this black glove, a departure for the singer who had previously sported white ones, at the 1984 American Music Awards. This was when he was honoured for Thriller, still the best selling album of all time. The megastar had originally given the glove to a terminally ill boy during a visit arranged by a charity organisation. It was accompanied by a book with three Jackson autographs and an inscription that reads My original glove, love, MJ. The auction house did not specify who the buyer was. In 2010 a beaded white glove worn by Jackson sold for $US192,000 in a Las Vegas auction on the first anniversary of the stars death. Jackson died in 2009 at age 50 from an overdose of the powerful anaesthetic propofol as he was preparing for a series of comeback concerts. Asked in 1999 by Barbara Walters why he wore only one glove the megastars reply was simply cooler than two, according to the auction house. Also sold at the auction this week was one of Jacksons Beat It jackets, worn on the 1984 Thriller tour, which went for close to $81,000. A drawing by French Impressionist PierreAuguste Renoir sold for more than $63,000, the auction house said. Matt Corby is the only Aussie to make the top ten most-played radio songs Corby upwith Lonely Boy SYDNEY: The Black Keys song Lonely Boy was the most-played track on Australian radio in 2012, according to media monitoring company AirCheck. Only one Australian artist, Matt Corby, made the Top Ten, with his hit Brother coming fifth. The Black Keys had over 884 hours on radio with Lonely Boy, and that is serious airplay, said Keith Williams, managing director of AirCheck, in a statement released yesterday. The most played radio songs were Lonely Boy (The Black Keys), Lego House (Ed Sheeran), Call Me Maybe (Carly Rae Jepsen), We Are Young (Fun, featuring Janelle Monae), Brother (Matt Corby), Paradise (Coldplay), Drive By (Train), One More Night (Maroon 5) Blow Me (One Last Kiss) (Pink) and Some Nights (Fun). Rimes denies being drunk during duet US: LeAnn Rimes insists she wasnt drunk while she was performing on X Factor USA on Wednesday. After an awkward performance with Carly Rose Sonen clar on the TV talent show, speculation was rife Rimes was under the influence throughout their duet. But Rimes attributed the weirdness to Sonenclars naivete.
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