Rebuilding Paradise with Paul Henry marks the controversial presenter’s return to primetime to talk about New Zealand after Covid-19.
ANZ was our most problematic bank, mines were the greatest threat to our environment, and our unions stepped up their mascots. Josie Adams remembers all the major protests of the decade.
A bus stop, a soap dish, beer crates and a pile of rubbish: in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the National Contemporary Art award, we look at the media â€¦
When Jeremy Clarkson left Top Gear in 2015, the show seemed doomed. Yet it soldiers on, boring but unbowed, while Clarkson's profile is much diminished. Duncan Greive asks whether the fading of Clarkson, Paul Henry and Bill O'Reilly means the end of an era for a particular species of male broadcaster.
A new promo video for The AM Show has unearthed a grisly revelation: Duncan Garner is not only replacing Paul Henry, he is... becoming him. Everyone is talking about +HR=E this â€¦
A speech from the "semi-retired" Paul Henry at the MediaWorks event today, following the media squit-storm of the past few weeks.
The exit of Paul Henry and the dumping of Story make for another miserable glut of headlines. But the talent that does remain, Duncan Garner and Guy Williams especially, lends hope that the darkest hour is before the dawn, writes Duncan Greive.
Join us in our podcast locker room as we talk Paul Henry, pussy grabbing, and why it feels like the world is pranking women in 2016.
Former Mediaworks news chief Mark Jennings writes on the background to the departure of TV3's heaviest hitter, the huge hole it leaves, and the challenge ahead for heir apparent Duncan Garner.
Men, it’s time to call a meeting. The agenda? Actually choosing not to mouth off about titties and pussies and riding women, writes Michele A’Court.
The just-released commercial radio ratings show a continuation of the long-running swing to MediaWorks. Tim Murphy assesses the disturbing implications for a pre-merger NZME.
A year ago today, New Zealand's most idiosyncratic broadcaster returned to our televisions (and airwaves) with his self-titled show. Tim Murphy explains how he became a reluctant fan.
With MediaWorks continuing to spiral down a strange rabbit hole full of new shubs, Joanna McLeod discovers a hero that could help Mark Weldon rediscover his path to greatness: 30 Rock's fictional network boss Jack Donaghy.
After the historic chaos of the year so far, we assess the post-blast landscape and rank MediaWorks' 20 biggest presenters in order of value to the company.
Alex Casey spends an afternoon time travelling with Freeview Plus, catching up on all of the extraordinary TV she missed out on from The Real to Who's Doing the Dishes
Hilary Barry is taking a well-deserved break from Paul Henry this week, so eternal Mother of the Nation Judy Bailey has stepped into her shoes, seat and haircut.
Bringing together the TV moments of the week, including a Tame week of Seven Sharp, bizarre breakfast moments and bold background talent.
Paul Henry accused the wrong journalist for being a "man of evil words", but then forgets all about it because of Maria Tutaia's underpants.
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 went along to a preview screening of Paul Henry's secret feature film The Desk, and alarmingly found a character far more self-interested than Paul ever could be.
Paul Henry, New Zealand's most entertainingly obnoxious talk show host, is starring in a film about to premiere in America. Tomorrow. Seriously. David Farrier brings us this exclusive report and interview.
Things have been a little quiet on the Paul Henry front of late. Since his final episode of the late night Paul Henry Show last year, there has been a serious shortage â€¦
Duncan Greive looks back over a momentous year for the local television industry and catalogues its highs and lows via the timeless medium of a Births, Deaths and Marriages column. 2013 â€¦
Duncan Greive looks back at the bizarrely entertaining shambles that was Jesse Peach’s live cross from APRA Silver Scrolls on the Paul Henry Show. // In late October songwriting organisation APRA â€¦