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Karl Puschmann talks to Brian Canham about going down to funky towns around NZ in January.
Karl Puschmann takes a look at what to watch this weekend.
OPINION: Lockdown proved we need arts more than ever. And that means funding its creation.
The absurd charms of It Must Be Heaven could prove divisive writes our reviewer.
Karl Puschmann is granted an audience with the Queen of Funk.
Did an Army Major cough to victory on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire or was it coincidence?
The Speed Cubers offers a fascinating and heartwarming look inside the speed cubing scene.
The stakes are much lower when you don't have to leave the house.
We review Unhinged, the first real popcorn release to hit cinemas since lockdown.
Looking for something to watch this weekend? Here's our picks.
The last days? We can only hope...
The entertainment we can't get enough of ... from new releases to old favourites.
His new film shows how Marcel Marceau saved thousand of Jewish children from Nazis in WW2.
We highlight our top 5 picks from the over 80s doco's at the Doc Edge film festival.
Looking for a deeper understanding of Black Lives Matter? Here's somewhere to start.
The brains behind Line of Duty and Bodyguard reveals their secret inspiration.
Director Kitty Green on the systems that shield predators like Harvey Weinstein.
The Australian comedian says she's still got a lot more fun left to have on stage.
Mr Experience sees the synth lothario older, wiser but still with one thing on his mind...
A local comedy troupe of famous names is using these strange times to try something new.
Take the bait; you'll be hooked in no time.
A lot has happened during lockdown for LA-based Kiwi musician Gin Wigmore...
Ron Swanson has a glue gun and he knows how to use it.