Nigel Latta is a psychologist, author and television presenter who has graced New Zealand screens since 2008. In this documentary series, he takes us to Scott Base in Antarctica to experience life on the ice.
Nigel Latta in Antarctica is a two-part documentary where Nigel explores Scott Base with a group of scientists to see what life on the ice is really like.
Nigel Latta is an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit, an esteemed psychologist, author and television presenter. He first appeared on New Zealand screens in 2008 and has had a strong presence in local television content since.
His on-screen resume includes hosting Beyond the Darklands, which looks at some of the country's high-profile offenders, and followed with his series of The Politically Incorrect Guide programmes where he imparts his views on parenting and teenagers. The recent self-titled series, which aired in 2014, explores difficult and controversial issues in present-day New Zealand.
There are also NZ On Air funded projects that are still to come from Latta over the next couple of years. These include a second season of the Nigel Latta series, and a family-focused scientific programme Nigel Latta Blows Stuff Up.
NZ On Air aims to fund a range of diverse and innovative documentary and factual programmes. We make sure there are programmes on free-to-air television that reflect diversity and develop our national identity. Nigel Latta In Antarctica is a unique and informative show about a place close to home.
Nigel Latta In Antarctica is a Documentary/Factual programme
Razor Films for TV One
2 x 1 hour episodes
NZ On Air funding of $223,716
Number of people aged 5+ on average who watched the series, sourced from Nielsen Television Audience Measurement.
Percentage of people aged 5+ on average who watched the series, sourced from Nielsen Television Audience Measurement.
Want to know what happens after the curtain goes down? The Secret Lives Of Dancers gives a peek into the lives of dancers in the Royal New Zealand Ballet.
Our Arts, Culture funding puts a diverse and innovative range of creative New Zealanders on television; this programme celebrates our architects.