Top 20 most time shifted shows

  1. Coronation Street: 44720 (TV ONE, 7:30pm – 8:30pm)
  2. CSI Miami: 26110 (TV3, 9:30pm – 10:25pm)
  3. Location Location Location: 22290 (TV ONE, 8:30pm – 9:35pm)
  4. CSI:NY: 14720 (TV3, 8:30pm – 9:30pm)
  5. Hyundai Country Calendar: 11950 (TV ONE, 7:00pm – 7:30pm) Continue reading »

I’m planning on watching David Attenborough’s First Life and How To Lose Friends And Alienate People

I’m a huge fan of David Attenborough-narrated nature series, so I’ll definitely be watching David Attenborough’s First Life, tonight on Prime at 7.30pm. Nature documentaries go with Sunday nights like cheese goes with crackers – they’re just perfect together. On this show, Sir David Attenborough travels back in time (not literally, I’m afraid) to the very beginnings of life, in search of the world’s first animals, which are brought to life with very advanced CGI technology.

I’ll be recording How to Lose Friends and Alienate People tonight (TV3, 8.30pm), as I haven’t seen this movie. Continue reading »

Most watched

  1. Hyundai Country Calendar: 639,420 (TV ONE, 7:00pm – 7:30pm)
  2. One News: 612,310 (TV ONE, 6:00pm – 7:00pm)
  3. Coronation Street: 411,190 (TV ONE, 7:30pm – 8:30pm)
  4. Intl Rugby Championship: 390,650 (SKY Sport 1, 10:10pm – 11:50pm)
  5. Location Location Location: 305,170 (TV ONE, 8:30pm – 9:35pm) Continue reading »

Top 20 most time shifted shows

  1. Coronation Street: 41880 (TV ONE, 7:30pm – 8:30pm)
  2. The Royal Bodyguard: 36770 (TV ONE, 10:15pm – 10:50pm)
  3. Kath & Kim: 27130 (TV ONE, 8:30pm – 9:05pm)
  4. The Big Bang Theory: 26820 (TV2, 7:30pm – 8:00pm)
  5. Shortland Street: 13570 (TV2, 7:00pm – 7:30pm) Continue reading »

I’m planning on watching Daughters of the Pacific and Fear Factor

Maori Television is screening a documentary called Daughters of the Pacific tonight at 8.30pm. It’s the story of four young New Zealand-born Pacific women whose parents came from villages in Tonga, Niue and Samoa, and their struggles to find a place and identity in New Zealand.

The women featured are Emeline, a 30-year-old Tongan woman who has three university degrees and runs a South Auckland business that helps young Pacific kids who have gone off the rails get back on track Continue reading »

Most watched

  1. One News: 648,650 (TV ONE, 6:00pm – 7:00pm)
  2. Shortland Street: 516,620 (TV2, 7:00pm – 7:35pm)
  3. Coronation Street: 497,390 (TV ONE, 7:30pm – 8:30pm)
  4. The Big Bang Theory: 464,540 (TV2, 7:35pm – 8:00pm)
  5. Close Up: 438,950 (TV ONE, 7:00pm – 7:30pm) Continue reading »

Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce on getting growth into the economy. Extended intevriew with Rachel Smalley, John Hartevelt (Fairfax) and Alex Tarrant (interest.co.nz)

The MMP review: Labour Party President Moira Coatsworth; Green MP Holly Walker; former Progressive MP, Jim Anderton; anti MMP campaigner, Jordan Williams.

And Colin James with his analysis of the political week. Continue reading »

This weekend fans of The Block NZ will get the chance to meet their “hometown heroes” from the TV3 series at various Bunnings Warehouses around the country.

The teams will be at their local Bunnings stores on Saturday from 11am- 12.30pm, giving fans the chance to chat to them about life on the series and maybe pick up the odd DIY tip.

Libby and Ben will be at Bunnings Riccarton in Christchurch, Ginny and Rhys will be at Bunning New Plymouth, Rachel and Tysson will be at Bunnings Lyall Bay in Wellington and Sarah and Richard will be at Bunnings Hamilton.

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Maori Television’s captivating new documentary series follows two teenage boys as they attempt to get a job in the risky but lucrative deep sea fishing industry.

He Kupenga Hou (The New Fishing Net) premieres on Friday, September 7 at 8.00pm.

The 13-part series follows teenage friends Joseph and Timoti on their journey through the Westport Deep Sea Fishing School as they learn the skills needed to make it in the industry. Continue reading »

This week on Q+A, does anyone have the right to own water? John Key says absolutely not. But next week, the Waitangi Tribunal will tell the Government what it thinks. Shane Taurima speaks to Maori Council co-chair Sir Eddie Durie, and Iwi Leadership Group member Haami Piripi – what do they actually want, and how far are they prepared to go?

Plus, the “Beast of Blenheim”, Stewart Murray Wilson is being released into Whanganui amidst outrage from locals. How far will they go to prevent him from moving in? Mayor Annette Main explains what the council is trying to do to give him his marching orders. Continue reading »