12 Nov 2023
Patrick Gower is back and this time he is investigating the Royals. While investigating Patrick considers the question 'should New Zealand ditch the British monarchy and go it alone?
Now on Three
10 Nov 2023
Each week these haututū (mischief) mates get together to step up to the week's challenge.
Now on Whakaata Māori
14 Nov 2023
Welcome to Queer Academy, a school that celebrates the good parts about being queer. Guided by your headmistress, James Mustapic.
Now on Re:
01 Nov 2023
In 2003 Fat Freddy's Drop embarked on an auspicious debut European tour. Twenty years later, rare and glorious handycam footage of the tour is the base for MARAUDERS.
Now on RNZ
Penny's world implodes when she accuses her husband of a sex crime and nobody believes her.
Now on TVNZ+
The Casketeers continue to provide more life-affirming, engaging and heart-warming entertainment, celebrating the gift of life and also marking heartbreak of loss.
31 Oct 2023
In season 2 Pax is desperate to attend his very first high school party, but the only way he can go is to lie to and say that he's going …
Now on Sky Open
14 Aug 2023
Jeremy Wells and his loyal assistant Paul Williams return to torment some of Aotearoa's best, brightest, and most available comedians.
17 Jul 2023
In season 2 of Creamerie, team Creamerie flees Hiro Valley and sets off on an epic road trip to save male survivors.
15 Jun 2023
Double Parked is a comedy series featuring a young lesbian couple who both end up pregnant following a 'botched' home insemination job.
04 Nov 2023
Follow three passionate Scrabble players from around the country as they hone their skills and prepare for the biggest tournament of the year.
Now on The Spinoff
19 Oct 2023
Shepherdess celebrates rural women living in provincial Aotearoa. Heartwarming and humorous, this series profiles women working and living rurally.
01 Sep 2023
Youth Wings by The Spinoff is back for election season 2023. Following passionate members of five of the political youth wings in Aotearoa.
21 Aug 2023
In this new 10-part series, journalist Sasha Borissenko investigates the truth - and debunks the myths - about weight in Aotearoa.
Now on Spotify
01 Aug 2023
Aotearoa New Zealand once led the world in marine protection. Now our underwater ecosystems are bottoming out. Why is stopping fishing so fraught?
Now on NZ Geographic
29 May 2023
Migrant News sough the views of three book distributors and supportive parents on whether the reading culture is diminishing.
Now on Migrant News
06 Mar 2023
Every year across the country, young New Zealanders and their four-legged friends take to the ring and compete in the hopes of becoming the Junior Dog Handler of the Year.
The Feed is your ultimate after school destination! Join Ronnie and Monique for the latest shows, competitions, skits, games and TikTok challenges, all weaved into one.
05 Mar 2023
What Now? is the perfect Sunday morning viewing for Kiwi kids. Tune in for entertaining challenges, interviews, reviews and fun – plus a whole lot of gunge!
20 Dec 2022
Follow eight Kiwi motocross riders on the road to the National Championships, testing their grit, determination and self-belief.
L.A.B returns with their first new music for 2023 with the single Casanova.
Now on YouTube
Ground-breaking R&B/hip hop artist Aaradhna has accounted her momentous return with her first release in six years, a beautifully percussive spoken word track.
21 Sep 2023
Get to know the indie-pop rocker MACEY aka Harry Parsons, who joins us in the Big Fan studio.
12 Sep 2023
Get to know the super talented Whāingaroa native, Reiki Ruawai. We chat with Reiki hours before his performance at our showcase, to talk about his early beginnings and how he …
05 Jul 2023
In this new documentary series several high-profile trans rights activists tell their stories and shine a light on the experience of transgender New Zealanders.
Now on NZ Herald
29 Jun 2023
The new web series Unravelling Anxiety, the second in Digital Alchemist’s ‘Misconceptions’ series, aims to bust myths, and let people who live with anxiety know that they are not alone.
Now on The New Zealand Herald
21 Jun 2023
Older generations love to say young people don't care about the big issues, but that's the opposite of true.
19 Jun 2023
From general parenting advice to tackling specific struggles, Neuroscientist Nathan Mikaere -Wallis tackles the challenges facing whanau today.
29 Sep 2023
NZOnScreen is celebrating Shortland Street after countless kisses, twists, calamities and cliffhangers, Shortland Street has been on air for more than 30 years.
Now on NZ On Screen
Smooth sounds of Samoa, local guests, news and information. A mix of music, community news, singing and talking, with topics focused on the local and wider Samoan community.
Now on Access Media NZ
22 Jun 2021
An online showcase of the best in NZ television, film, music video and web series.
22 Jun 2020
AudioCulture is the noisy library of NZ music - an online celebration of the people who have created the music, the scenes they shaped, and the audiences they played to.
Now on AudioCulture
30 Oct 2019
‘Shorty Street’ has grown to become a commercial success as well as a training ground for actors, writers and crew. Generations have grown up watching relatable NZ storylines and characters.
A beautiful song by one of our most loved artists Bic Runga. Suddenly Strange was released in 1997 at a time when NZ music was finding its unique voice.
At a time when Pasifika people were rarely seen on screen, Tagata Pasifika was a bastion of Pacific stories, made by Pacific people for Pacific people.
A powerful collision of screen and music, this early 2000s documentary series shared the stories of young musicians (many who went on to success) as they honed their songwriting craft.
14 Jul 2023
Join Stacey Morrison (Te Arawa, Ngāi Tahu) and Mātai Smith (Rongowhakaata, Ngāi Tāmanuhiri) for live coverage of our national Matariki celebrations. Beginning at dawn with traditional Hautapu ceremony.
25 Apr 2023
Coverage of the 2023 Anzac Day Dawn Service and National Commemorative Service.
25 Mar 2023
A national outdoor concert to aid families and communities impacted by Cyclone Gabrielle.
13 Dec 2022
The cream of Aotearoa's musical and comedy talent pay tribute to the Topp Twins in a live concert at Auckland's Civic Theatre for their 40th anniversary.