Longtime Hugh Laurie fan Pete Douglas counts the reasons why the Chance actor and Spice World star remains one of the greats of our time.
Two years ago, Alex Casey climbed into the on-set trailer belonging to Dominic Bowden - then Dancing With the Stars US backstage host, now host of The Bachelor NZ - to talk live TV, Kiwis vs Americans, and making it in Los Angeles.
You can’t move for a symposium or petition bemoaning the state of current affairs on television today. Yet John Campbell’s Checkpoint is a throwback to exactly the kind of programming people say they want, writes Duncan Greive – and, from this week it’s on TV too.
Jane Yee, Duncan Greive and Alex Casey gather around the oval table and talk about the latest happenings in New Zealand television and real life in New Zealand.
Memories and accolades from Michele A’Court, Kim Hill, Oscar Kightley, Guy Williams and more One of the sharpest wits this country ever produced has died at the age of 68. John Clarke, originally …
With the third season of Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul arriving on Lightbox today, José Barbosa makes his case for why the prequel may well be even better than the original.
Everything Tara Ward knows, she has learned from Shane Cortese and the Nothing Trivial gang. Here she outlines the 10 stages of pub quiz grief.
Alex Casey talks to Sandra Clark and Francesca Emms about Together We Make a Nation, their multimedia storytelling project that shines a light on refugee women in New Zealand.