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Chris Khisa has been a journalist for the last 20 years in public broadcasting stations. He spent most of his years in the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation KBC.
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Father Jonathan Tobias knows exactly what he will do when J.K. Rowling releases the final volume of the Harry Potter series.
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Gorgon Sabushimike from Burundi is a young man skilled in radio broadcasting. Gorgon emphasizes that the determination to work with various private radio stations led him to his current job.
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Soon after the opening weekend of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, the Rev. Bob Beltz saw what his Hollywood colleagues might be doing someday just before his funeral.
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After Michael Crichton’s death last week, a few different obituaries hinted at his iconoclastic questioning of global-warming certainties.
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It’s a condensed version, not the two-volume 1890 epic or the12-volume monument from the following decades. The single volume contains more than enough magical minutia for ordinary readers.
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Coming soon to a parish near you: Sunday school with Harry Potter.
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Harry Potter froze in terror as the hellish Dementors rushed to suck out his godfather’s soul. But he was not powerless, because he had learned the Patronus Charm for use against the evil ones.
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Harry Potter and his best friend Hermione Granger arrived in the magical town of Godric’s Hollow on a snowy Christmas Eve.
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A steady stream of customers flowed right off the sidewalks into the long rows of Japanese newspapers, magazines, comics, computer books and novels. I found a revolving display rack of English books.
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