Joseph Harper talks to Phil Keoghan about his new documentary Le Ride and asks how a lad from Christchurch grew up to be New Zealand’s most famous ex-pat TV presenter.
José Barbosa braves the eyebrows and chats with actor Peter Capaldi about his directing career, The Thick Of It and Doctor Who.
Alex Casey talks to Ben Daniels, star of new gritty drama Flesh and Bone, about working with both Breaking Bad writers and broken ballerinas. Watching Ben Daniels as Paul Grayson, the toxic â€¦
Don Rowe interviews one of New Zealand's most familiar voices in his central Auckland Bed and Breakfast about breathing life into The Abdomenizer and the intricacies of John Key's accent.
Alex Casey interviews Australian grand illusionist Cosentino about learning the tricks of the trade, being on a talent show, and whether or not a dog can learn hypnosis.
My Life in TV: Heartbreak Cigarettes, Lime Milk Woes and Baking Curses with Dani From The Bachelor NZ
Alex Casey has a sprawling chat with Dani Robinson of The Bachelor NZ about mansion friendships, ruthless edits, and finding love in a hopeless place.
Alex Casey talks to James Griffin, co-creator of TV3's Westside, about getting started in television, the perils of funding, and the Van and Munter spin-off that time forgot.
Alex Casey chats to Days of Our Lives star Suzanne Rogers about what it's like to be on a soap opera for 42 years and counting.
Alex Casey talks to the 2015 Billy T Winner Hamish Parkinson about being raised by TV, playing the New World guy, and what he’ll do with the coveted yellow towel.
Alex Casey talks to Madeleine Sami about creating and starring in Super City, starting out on Shortland Street and how she's still taking an extended gap year.
Alex Casey talks to Hilary Barry about juggling Paul Henry and 3 News, watching X Factor and playing Paul Henry's second banana.
Alex Casey talks to Anika Moa about tutoring on Maori TV's Songs From the Inside, Ed Sheeran's looks on X Factor and why she likes to impersonate famous New Zealanders.
My Life in TV is a weekly feature interview with a member of the television industry. This week, Alex Casey talked to Maria Mahony, head of programming at VOD startup (and Spinoff sponsor) Lightbox.
My Life in TV is a weekly feature interview with a member of the television industry. This week, Alex Casey talked to 7 Days producer Jon Bridges about bringing the competitive â€¦
Alex Casey talks to comedian Rose Matafeo about her eclectic TV upbringing, getting toenails in the mail and becoming a television star. // Rose Matafeo has already lived many television lives. Just â€¦
My Life in TV is a weekly feature interview with a member of the television industry. This week Alex talked to Mike Puru, enamoured host of The Bachelor NZ. // Mike Puru has â€¦
Ahead of forthcoming Prime documentary The Naughty Bits, co-creator José Barbosa talks with former Chief Censor Bill Hastings about his career watching video nasties. Strictly speaking former Chief-Censor Bill Hastings isn’t â€¦
My Life in TV is a weekly feature interview with a member of the television industry. This week, Alex talked to X Factor NZ host Dominic Bowden. // There is no â€¦
My Life in TV is a weekly feature interview with a member of the television industry. This week, Alex talked to Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby. // For those of you â€¦
My Life in TV is a new weekly feature, wherein we interview a member of the television industry and ask them how they got here, and what they’ve learned along â€¦
Holly Hunter takes a seat in The Spinoff confessional booth, and shares some harrowing tales of when her humble TV obsession went a little too far.
Stranger Things owns all the oxygen for period-piece teen TV, but Ireland’s impossibly charming Derry Girls deserves as much acclaim, writes Duncan Greive.
The former Greens co-leader opens up on watching politics after leaving parliament, that controversial speech, and her life in art.
Air New Zealand released their new safety video this morning, featuring the legendary Louis Litt from legal drama Suits. Tara Ward buckles up to watch.
For the month of July, Josie Adams is taking on the challenge of being low-waste. That means minimising plastics, emissions, and even recyclable. This is week three.
Its rolling slate of cringey jokes and meaningless trivia is a familiar sight wherever there's a captive audience – but what the hell is Giggle TV?
They’re the two most important shows for TVNZ 2 and Three. And their ratings are changing radically, writes Duncan Greive.