Seven Sharp presenter Toni Street is 31 today. Checkout these images from the Seven Sharp Facebook page.
Get your dancing shoes ready, because Ellen is coming to TV2!
We’ve got all new episodes of The Ellen Degeneres Show following just one week behind the US!
After 46 years fighting crime Detective Inspector (r) Graham Bell has decided to finish his long run as presenter of Police Ten 7. The former Detective Inspector spent 33 years in the NZ Police and was responsible for the successful resolution of numerous high-profile and serious crimes. Retiring from the Police in 2001 he received a QSM for services to the community, and in 2002 began a 13 year career as the straight talking host of Police Ten 7. The programme was a place where he felt he could continue to make a difference and continue the fight against crime. He is loved by viewers for his colourful language and zero tolerance stance towards offending.
ONE News anchor Wendy Petrie has caught up with the times and joined Twitter. Continue reading »
Janet Wilson’s thoughts on David Cunliffe & Labour didn’t go down well with The Paul Henry Show viewers. Check out the comments:
Reader’s Digest have today published their tenth lists of the Most Trusted New Zealanders and Most Trusted Professions.
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Also this morning, Matt McLean announced he’s moving to the current affairs division of TVNZ. McLean, who has been filling in for Sam Wallace presenting the weather on Breakfast this week, will file stories for 20/20 for approximately the next six months.
Toni Street mentioned on Friday’s Seven Sharp a Fight 4 Life she would love to see happen -
Mike Hosking and Paul Henry. Hosking’s reply was about what you’d expect:
“I’d deck Paul Henry…big fat Paul Henry…he’d be puffing getting up off the stool”
It would be interesting that’s for sure! Who do you prefer on screen & why – Hosking or Henry?