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Quickflix_throng_200x175Whether you’re a channel surfer looking for something to watch or someone who leaves your TV on one channel for the entire evening, here are our thoughts from tonight’s TV Guide on what we think might be worth checking out this evening.

Must Watch:

Native Affairs (Maori Television, 8:30pm)
Mihingarangi Forbes and the award-winning current affairs team investigate regional and national stories from a Maori perspective, as well as international indigenous news.

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80’s animation fans rejoice, superhero Danger Mouse is to return to children’s TV, more than two decades since the popular show ended.

The new series, featuring the fearless white rodent secret agent and his trusty sidekick Penfold, is due to be broadcast on CBBC in 2015.


Top 20 most time shifted shows

  1. The Blacklist: 62140 (TV3, 8:40pm – 9:35pm)
  2. Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D: 49310 (TV2, 8:35pm – 9:35pm)
  3. The Tomorrow People: 46830 (TV2, 9:35pm – 10:35pm)
  4. Broadchurch: 45210 (TV ONE, 8:30pm – 9:30pm)
  5. Hawaii Five-O: 33570 (TV3, 9:35pm – 10:35pm) Continue reading »

60-minutesOn the next episode of 60 MINUTES, Karen McCarthy takes us on a nostalgic journey, marking 50 years since The Beatles’ one and only New Zealand tour.

Fifty years ago The Beatles touched down in Wellington on their one and only tour of New Zealand. Touring here just 12 weeks after taking America by storm, John, Paul, George and Ringo played eight concerts in four cities. Featuring rare colour footage of their tour, an interview with John Lennon in New Zealand that has never before been broadcast, and four New Zealanders telling their stories for the first time (one of The Beatles’ Kiwi bodyguards, a woman who was in the Maori welcoming party at Wellington Airport, a veteran radio producer who interviewed The Beatles, and a psychology professor who made a world-first study of the phenomenon that is Beatlemania). This is Fab Four nostalgia at its finest. Karen McCarthy with the story. Continue reading »