TV & Radio

Thank God for Duncan Garner

Taika Waititi and Duncan Garner.

OPINION: Without Duncan Garner, how would Taika Waititi know what he can and can't say as New Zealander of the year?

MAFS: Luke rules, Lacey drools

Alice Brine: why I am sticking up for Luke.

OPINION: I'm sticking up for my mate Luke Cederman. He's a good guy, writes comedian Alice Brine.

Chekov begins Trek to Armageddon

Star Trek's Walter Koenig is headed to Auckland for this weekend's Armageddon Expo.

Why one star has now been on the fan convention circuit longer than he played his beloved sci-fi character.

Dunedin turf wars turned into TV

Hamish and Andy scoured the Antipodes for the best yarns for their new show, True Story.

Hamish and Andy have scoured Australia and New Zealand for the best true stories you've never heard - including one Dunedin student flat battle.

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Louise Wallace gets real

The Real Housewives Of Auckland star Louise Wallace appears in The Brokenwood Mysteries

The Real Housewives Of Auckland star says she's usually typecast as a 'pill-popping, drunken cougar'.

Growing up on TV

Nolan Gould was only 10 when he was first cast to play Luke Dunphy on Modern Family.

"When you are a 14-year-old actor and you are working with Ed O'Neill you shut up and listen."

'Chicky babe' gaffe

Labour leader Jacinda Ardern was called a "chicky babe" by Newstalk ZB radio host Leighton Smith.

Newstalk ZB host Leighton Smith used strange language to describe coalition negotiations.

Amazon Studios boss quits after harassment charge

Amazon Studios boss Roy Price quits after sexual harasment charge.

Amazon Studios says it has accepted the resignation of its top executive following sexual harassment allegations made by a producer.

AM Show: the Best Nine in 10 video

Auckland businessman Paul Best.

Auckland businessman Paul Best is almost left speechless, so tells New Zealand his phone number.

TV host story no victory for women

Rumours suggest Lisa Wilkinson was being paid slightly more than half that of her male co-host, despite being a popular ...

OPINION: I want to be happy for the Australian woman who walked out of a job for pay equity. But she's not the winner here. Her boss is.

MAFS NZ: Lacey's reality TV bid video

Married at First Sight New Zealand participant, Lacey has entered a competition to become a TV host.

Lacey Swanepoel is competing to be the host of local reality television channel, Bravo.

INXS distance selves from doco

Michael Hutchence is the subject of the Aussie TV documentary The Last Rockstar.

Members of the band say they were never asked for their input to a TV documentary about the final days of singer Michael Hutchence.

Lena Headey accuses Weinstein

Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister in Game of Thrones.

The Emmy-nominated Game of Throne actress says that disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed her.

MAFS NZ: Fight was like high school video

Luke Cederman says he was honest with wife Lacey about his intentions for going on Married at First Sight New Zealand.

Married at First Sight New Zealand's Luke Cederman has shot down rumours he was only on the show to advance his comedy career.

NZ TV Awards make a comeback

Westside is among the local shows nominated for the New Zealand Television Awards' craft awards.

After five years the New Zealand Television Awards return, with local stories clear favourites.

Fatty axed from Footy Show

Paul Vautin, right, with The Footy Show co-hosts Darryl Brohman and Erin Molin in April.

After 24 years fronting one of rugby league's most popular shows, Paul "Fatty" Vautin will not return in 2018.

Mrs Brown star rushed to hospital

Brendan O'Carroll stars in Mrs Brown's Boys.

Brendan O'Carroll was convinced his health scare was actually a heart attack.

Craig gets it right

Craig McLachlan as Eric Albrectson in The Wrong Girl.

Craig McLachlan on playing a breakfast TV host with a big ego in Three's The Wrong Girl.

Netflix's $11 billion plan

Netflix believes you have to spend money to make money.

Online streaming service will release more original movies next year than Disney, Warner Bros and Universal combined.

Jordan Mauger back on TV?

It is unclear if Jordan Mauger will reenter the reality television dating world.

Rumours are swirling that the former Bachelor NZ may return to reality television.

Mayim Bialik fires back at critics

Mayim Bialik has hit out at accusations her piece for the NYT was victim blaming.

"In a perfect world, women should be free to act however they want. But our world isn't perfect," Bialik wrote.

Walk-out Aussie host's TV victory

Lisa Wilkinson leaves her Sydney house, the morning after announcing her shock move from Nine to Ten.

OPINION: If the Australian channel that let Lisa Wilkinson walk thinks it won this round, it could be in for a shock.

Meet Summer Bay's new parents

Rohan Nichol plays Home And Away's Ben Astoni.

One starred in Star Wars: Episode III and the other appeared in the horror movie Wolf Creek.

Wrong Girl, right actress

Australian actress Kerry Armstrong says she doesn't want to live her life "full of shame".

"The wonderful thing about being an actor is that usually people either love you or hate you, there's not much in between."

Brodie Kane jumps to radio

Brodie Kane is leaving Breakfast to work in radio.

TVNZ sports presenter Brodie Kane will leave the network, moving to present on The Hits radio station.

Did Luke get married for fame?

Luke was left to go it alone at the first Married at First Sight cocktail party.

REVIEW: Anger, accusations and alcohol flow at the first cocktail party of the series.

Irish comedian Sean Hughes dies

Comedian Sean Hughes appeared in shows including Never Mind the Buzzcocks, and the film The Commitments.

Stand-up comedian and star of Never Mind The Buzzcocks has died, aged 51.

Jay-Jay: 'I was in panic mode'

The Edge breakfast host Jay-Jay Harvey was off air for 18 days.

Radio host returns to The Edge and tearfully recounts alleged sexual assault in taxi.

Has Meghan quit TV for royal engagement? video

A British newspaper is reporting that Meghan Markle has quit the TV show Suits.

UK paper reporting that the American actress might have a new role to play instead of Rachel Zane.

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