Culture

Conchords to fly again

Flight of the Conchords

The US cable network commissions new TV project from Kiwi comedy duo Flight of the Conchords.

Debut a natural progression

Ebony Lamb The joy of a debut album in a potentially long music career can be tempered by the public's response.

Colourful escape from life

Catherine Roberts Colour, beauty and simplicity - that's the mantra of the top award winner at this year's Art Show.

Vintage reads: The Name of the Rose

book Kylie Thomson of Hamilton City Libraries finds a great novel from not that long ago.

Finding a lost continent

continent New science shows New Zealand is part of a continent that's 94 per cent underwater.

The Gang show relives the past

Tanya Horo The Z-Nail Gang shot in Te Puke for an estimated $30,000 is perhaps more at home on a small screen rather than a large one.

The Last Saint should be celebrated

But for its energy, for the craft and love that have gone into making it and for the fact it actually exists, The Last Saint is one to celebrated.

Review: If I Stay

Boyhood: It's a wonderful life

No Emmy for Kiwi writer

Neil Cross New Zealander who created BBC crime drama Luther has missed out on an Emmy today.

Seven Sharp needs sharpening

Someone at TV One should tell the Seven Sharp hosts to knock off the gag-level mutual admiration.

Campbell interview a public service

Criminal minds keep going

The Block is a crock

What a bore the first episode of The Block was as we howdy-doed the four chosen couples.

Disney deviates from script

Disney It's a fully fledged play about an unproduced screenplay and it's heading from New York to Circa.s

Playing politics at Bats

Winston's back, Colin's throwing a tantrum and Paula's on the prowl.

One step ahead

Island boys recognised

The Disney we don't know

David McPhail is Walt Disney in a very different take on the important and influential figure.

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