The award-winning Kiwi author lined up heavyweight talent for her big screen debut.
"I wanted it to be me, the human being, not me the artist," she told TimeOut.
Succession is a scathing, incredibly-acted indictment of the rich and powerful.
Kate Elliot reveals she gave her all to the show - both physically and mentally.
The actor turned singer on turning The Greatest Showman into a live show phenomenon.
Navvy wants more artists to back themselves: "We need to be like, 'I did that, that's me".
Beautifully drawn Litigante an authentic portrait of one woman struggling to stay afloat.
Manta Ray is a stirring story of unlikely human connection.
Song Without a Name dramatises a real-life case of human trafficking in Peru in the 1980s.
Sheeran's impressive roster of guests outclass the pop star at every turn.
"I never felt like there was any pressure for me to do music," says Harper Finn.
A slow news day in New Zealand makes for great comedy, says host Hayley Sproull.