To paraphrase early-2000s chart-toppers LFO: Summer beards come and summer beards go, some are worthwhile and some are so-so.
Someone had to do it.
Just how hard is it to win an election and successfully lead a government? Seems easy enough, but there’s only one way to find out for sure: simulate it in a computer game.
Runaway’s Emma Johansson tells Calum Henderson about the many benefits of diversity in gaming, the secret to making chilled-out but highly addictive mobile games and why Animal Crossing rules.
In an unexpected twist, the penultimate episode of My Kitchen Rules NZ pays homage to a classic Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson comedy vehicle.
Chef Gordon Ramsay meets a 'Kiwi megacelebrity' in what deserves to be remembered as one of the all-time great Holmes interviews.
A vast YouTube archive reveals the weird, wonderful and sometimes genius parallel universe of TopPop – the Netherlands' anything-goes answer to Top of the Pops.
Before she became prime minister, Jacinda Ardern went on a valiant journey to trace her ancestry on TVNZ's DNA Detectives.
It’s out of the instant restaurant frying pan and into the sudden death cook-off fire – and half the Shortland Street cast has come for tea.
The demon foodies of Christchurch get brought down to size by a French celebrity chef as My Kitchen Rules NZ prepares to enter the sudden-death cook-off round.
This week on My Kitchen Rules NZ, Chris and Bex learn you can lead ten amateur foodies to Wanaka for tea, but you can’t make them like it.
Fascinated by the surprising and often inspired music curation on TVNZ 1’s evening news bulletin, Calum Henderson goes in search of the person responsible.
The youngest contestants in My Kitchen Rules NZ history write the weirdest menu in My Kitchen Rules NZ history, and poor old Pete Evans has to read it out loud.
They’re renowned hairdressers and A+ reality TV talent, but are Wellington couple Teal and Sophie any good at cooking? This week on My Kitchen Rules NZ, we find out.
A Johnny Depp lookalike, a Tourism Wanaka ambassador and 'Paleo' Pete Evans walk into a Great Gatsby-themed dining room in suburban Auckland.
Every week Chartlander travels back through time, landing in a different year on the official New Zealand singles chart in the hopes of (re)discovering forgotten Top 40 gold. Today we continue our tour of classic general elections at the start of Winston Peters' career in parliament.
What could a TV2 election special from 2002 teach modern news producers as they prepare for Saturday night’s big event? Calum Henderson investigates.
Calum Henderson watches Face the Classroom, TVNZ's two-night special that forced our politicians to confront their harshest critics – the children of NZ.