After writing about fetish videos involving kids on YouTube two years ago, the problem has only got worse, writes David Farrier. When will Google do something about it?
David Farrier went in search of the New Zealand hero who played the ukulele to two horned up doggos
David Farrier becomes suspicious about yet another website that is very quick to point out that it is not porn. Definitely not porn.
David Farrier delves into the 30-year-old mystery of Richard A Kontos, a man with a dream of a better world. A man obsessed with anthropomorphic peas and the tiny town of Peasville.
The organiser calls him the 'idiot guy who don't know anything about festival'. But that won't deter our reporter from heading along to see what this mysterious event really amounts to.
David Farrier has slowly been going crazy trying to get an answer about who’s actually behind the odd film festival that might not even play your stupid film anyway.
In the new film Isle of Dogs, David Farrier finds director Wes Anderson has produced his most artistic, political and detailed film yet.
David Farrier talks to one of the most wildly enigmatic frontmen in music, Maynard James Keenan, and his partner in crime, Billy Howerdel about 18 years of friendship, music, and being very, very enigmatic.
Eighteen months after David Farrier first reported on the strange antics of Bashford Antiques, he returns a final time to bid it farewell.
Seven years after first interviewing him about having sex with a dolphin, David Farrier reconnects with Malcolm Brenner for an update.
Earlier this week David Farrier lifted the lid on the very strange case of the Christchurch AI that would supposedly revolutionise global medical practice. What has he discovered since?
An artificial intelligence bot called Zach is creating a stir in the medical community. But AI experts are not convinced. David Farrier goes in search of Zach.
Last night David Farrier took himself to see one of his non-musical heroes, X-Files star David Duchovny, play music. Here's what happened.
Ahead of Jeremy Wells' return to television tonight, David Farrier looks back at some of his favourite moments from the deadpan broadcaster.
Originally conceived to notify you of important breaking news, news alerts in New Zealand have morphed into something altogether stranger. David Farrier reports.
A Sunday night in Ponsonby revives the Bashford Antiques saga, with revelations it's still unlicensed and still clamping – now for a scarcely believable amount. David Farrier investigates.
Today, Shortland Street's Ben Mitchell and Cam Jones discuss their favourite conspiracy theories.
Today, Shortland Street stars Ben Mitchell and Cam Jones discuss the culture of outrage with David Farrier.