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Kontraplan was a talk show broadcast live on Croatian Radiotelevision between 2005 and 2007.
Its unique feature was that each guest was located in a separate studio set at a location which defined their background, such as their office or home. One guest as a rule shared the studio with the host to provide an objective, analytical role in the debate.
Kontraplan was a controversial TV show with no limits set to selecting participants or subjects: the guests invited to the show often confronted each other's views on any of the chosen segments of public life, sports, or current affairs, collectively contributing to a different take on a subject.
The international embezzlement scandal involving allegations of money laundering through local branches of the Hypo Group Alpe Adria bank was publicly talked about for the first time in Kontraplan.
- Production team
- Co-writer - Željko Matić
- Journalist - Ana Jergović
- Director - Danko Volarić
- Hypo Alpe Adria-A Bank Scandal in Austria
- Transcript of conversation Ferdinand Jukić and Dubravko Merlić
- Austria's ORF bought report from show Counter Angle
- Die Zeit, Bankenskandal
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