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Does anyone know where Masterchef is filmed?

ITV in the UK have brought back the famous BBC game show, The Krypton Factor I think TVNZ should do the same.

I also think it would be nice if like in the first New Zealand second in 1887 the winners from each of the NZ series compete against winners from the UK

http://www.itv.com/kryptonfactor/



TVNZ has launched it’s replacement to Agenda

Hosted by: Paul Holmes, Therese Arseneau, Guyon Espiner

The show will be one hour long and live.

http://tvnz.co.nz/entertainment-news/tvnz-launches-new-political-show-q-a-2520043

I went to the afternoon filming of Top Town on Friday. The second half of the heat between Gerymouth, Whakatane and Queenstown. There were very few people and there they were literally giving away tickets and letting people in without them all together.

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We sat next to Nathan Twaddle

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Tickets for the Top Town TV show audience will be on sale Tuesday 18 November.

Top Town is back bigger and crazier than ever and the new 2009 series is being filmed here in Christchurch.
Filming will take place at Jellie Park Sports & Recreation Centre from 27 November to 4 December and tickets can be purchased to attend what will be a very competitive and outrageously funny event.

As host city, locals have the opportunity to be part of the outdoor audience and proudly cheer on the “Christchurch Crushers” as they compete to take the title of New Zealand’s Top Town.
15 teams from around New Zealand will compete in extreme obstacle courses in what’s regarded as a friendly but staunchly competitive knock-out competition.
Tickets can be purchased from Jellie Park Recreation Centre or Christchurch City Council Civic Offices, from Tuesday 18 November.

Each day will hold two sessions – a morning and afternoon, and tickets for these sessions can be purchased separately.

Audience members are encouraged to dress for the occasion and support the Christchurch Crushers – colours are red and black, 80s retro style.

Ticket prices are as follows:

$5 for adults over 16

$3 for children under 15.

Tickets for full day passes will be $8 adults and $6 children.

Tickets for semi finals and finals are $10 for adults and $6 children.

For more information head to the BeThere.co.nz website.

Does anyone know if there will be a second season of Are You Smarter Than A 10 Year Old?

Dose anyone know what the ratings for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire are?

hi, does anyone know the ratings for The Singing Bee?

I found the TVNZ 7 website, not much done yet.

http://tvnz.co.nz/view/tvnz_7_index_skin/tvnz_7_index_group