On The Box
OPINION: When it comes to television, food programmes are part of our staple diet these days.
OPINION: At one o'clock last Monday, I got excited.
OPINION: At last, a New Zealand television drama series that is well worth watching.
OPINION: Watching Border Security (TV One Mondays, 7.30pm) can be so reassuring.
OPINION: The X Factor certainly isn't shy when it comes to talking about itself.
OPINION: There was plenty of drama, a few tears, a lot of joy, some ritual humiliation and even some cooking - it just has to be MasterChef NZ.
OPINION: Recently, I came across a good quote from David Frost: "Television enables you to be entertained in your own home by people you wouldn't have in your home."
OPINION: Being a Coronation Street fan comes at a cost.
Hopefully you've already had a choccie egg and a hot cross bun, to celebrate this sacred time of the year.
In its never-ending search for quality new shows, TV One has shown just what a commitment to quality it has.
Excitement is brewing as the cast of Fame Jr prepares to take the stage next month.
To give someone the third degree is "a euphemism for the inflicting of pain, physical or mental, to extract confessions or statements" says one online authority.
I remember a few years ago reading a book The Other Guy Blinked; How Pepsi Won the Cola Wars.
In the interests of fairness, TV reviewer Gordon Brown gives Seven Sharp another go.
TV columnist Gordon Brown dishes his opinion on the latest homegrown MasterChef series - and Seven Sharp.
It's been a good week or two for stuff on the telly.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong's confession leaves a tainted impression.
The World's Strictest Parents is one of those reality programmes artificially manufactured for our enjoyment.
Back in the 1980s one of the best shows on TV was Dallas.
Telly connoisseur Gordon Brown continues to rate the best TV of 2012.