Waiting cautiously in camouflage behind a piece of shrubbery, Calum Henderson observes a rare endangered species in its natural habitat: current affairs television.
‘How is this actually my life?’ Comedian and DJ Matt Okine on 90s cricket, cooking shows and the best Triple J Hottest 100 ever
Calum Henderson talks to Matt Okine about music, cricket, and an unhealthy obsession with cooking shows.
‘You can’t take it too seriously all the time.’ Nadia Reid on her new album and taking her music to the world
When your first album sees you described as the savior of folk music, how do you turn around and make a second album that’s even better? Nadia Reid talked with Calum Henderson ahead of the release of her new LP Preservation.
We review the entire country and culture of New Zealand, one thing at a time. Today: Calum Henderson watches Australasia's fast and furious new bowls tournament.
Spinoff prophet Calum Henderson watched a live dress rehearsal for The Project, and predicts that Three's 7pm curse will soon be broken.
Calum Henderson spent season one of 800 Words helping main character George Turner turn his shambolic column excerpts into finished newspaper copy. In season two, Turner has lost his writing job – and the show is better for it.
Close to 100 cricketers have represented New Zealand in limited overs internationals since numbers were added to the backs of players’ shirts, but none have ever worn the number 69. Why not?
Put your clock back for the winter: How Shihad’s ‘Home Again’ became New Zealand’s most helpful song
Every year Shihad’s classic 1997 single ‘Home Again’ helps countless New Zealanders remember how Daylight Saving works. But as Calum Henderson discovers, its famous opening line was almost something completely different.