25 May 2022
A special concert showcasing Waiata Reo Māori songwriters and performers, with performances from Anna Coddington, Kings, HINA, Georgia Lines, Huia, Mohi, Rei, Chad Chambers, Hāni Dread, and Louis Baker.
Watch on YouTube
23 May 2022
In this competitive reality escape room series, ten teams of three attempt to escape the horror that is Malcolm Wary's dairy. Which team will find the one way out?
Watch on HEIHEI
17 May 2022
Stories of outstanding New Zealand athletes whose feats have been forgotten by history.
Watch on The Spinoff
An interactive documentary that seeks to inform the public about the dangers of the imminent Alpine Faultline rupture and what they need to do to prepare.
Watch on North & South
07 Mar 2022
Six supernatural stories inspired by the Māori, Pasifika, Filipino, and Chinese people of Aotearoa.
Watch on TVNZ
07 Feb 2022
The heartwarming story of a car-obsessed Kāpiti teenager who refuses to be defined by disability and takes control of her own life.
29 Oct 2021
After skipping town a decade ago, transgender activist Caz Davis returns to the remote, politically divided dairy community of Rūrangi, hoping to reconnect with his estranged father.
Watch on WatchMe
28 Sep 2021
A bittersweet bilingual comedy-drama following Jiayue Qiu, a 22-year old pharmacy student struggling to connect with her unhappy father.
Watch on Prime
24 Feb 2022
Comedian Pax Assadi channels his own childhood in this new series, which confronts the confusing and sometimes harsh reality of being a part-Pakistani, part-Iranian kid growing up in post-9/11 Aotearoa.
20 Feb 2022
Foster kid Ricky Baker is sent to live in the NZ bush with Bella and Hector. When Child Services try to take him back, Ricky refuses, sparking a national manhunt.
17 Feb 2022
A Friday night comedy, where comedians aren’t afraid to do what they do best – take the piss out of everything, but mostly all the news of the week.
Watch on Threenow
16 Feb 2022
New Zealand's favourite spooky investigators are back in business! Officers Minogue and O'Leary return to keep the streets of Aotearoa's capital safe from the paranormal.
13 May 2022
An intimate and compelling documentary about one of New Zealand’s leading thinkers, scholars and activists, Moana Jackson.
Watch on NZ Herald
07 May 2022
You’re invited to Misha, Rāwhiti, Poe Tiare, Alison and Tristan’s 21sts, getting a snapshot of what it looks like to become an adult across different walks of life in Aotearoa.
Watch on Re:
26 Apr 2022
18 Asian-New Zealand artists reflect on how life in Aotearoa informs their creative work and sense of identity in this short documentary series.
Watch on RNZ
A text-based series that visits three iwi in Aotearoa to understand their relationship with the natural world.
Watch on Wilderness
11 May 2022
Business Desk's Charities series investigates New Zealand’s charities, their leaders, their assets and their investments.
Watch on BusinessDesk
16 Mar 2022
Ohinga is a digital series with a current affairs edge that explores Aotearoa through the lens of rangatahi.
News by kids, for kids from the far North to the far South of New Zealand and all the places in between.
18 Apr 2022
Learn about historical pioneering and survival stories by following in the footsteps of some famous Kiwi explorers!
08 Apr 2022
News 2 Me takes a fun and informative look into the latest news and major issues that kids of Aotearoa and around the world are facing now.
Each week on FIRST a different guest tells The Spinoff about some of their firsts.
Aotearoa artists visit the Under The Radar studio to perform one of their signature songs, re-created using everyday items selected from a treasure trove of literal trash.
Watch on Under The Radar
28 Apr 2022
Enjoy our Fresh Cuts / Puoro Hou playlist, where we feature the freshest tracks from incredible Aotearoa musicians.
Watch on NZ On Air Spotify
09 May 2022
In this dating show with a difference, follow six Kiwis with Down Syndrome in the universal quest to find love and happiness.
26 Mar 2022
Meet the places and faces behind the New Zealand agricultural sector with Rural Delivery.
04 Mar 2022
An online animated non-fiction comic series that discusses and explores some of New Zealand's trickiest conversations in an accessible, easy to follow and easy to share way.
02 Nov 2021
Matthew Ridge hosts a new design series which invites viewers to go on an open-home tour from the comfort of the couch.
22 Jun 2021
An online showcase of the best in NZ television, film, music video and web series.
Watch on NZ On Screen
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.
Watch on AudioCulture
07 Jun 2020
NiuFM broadcasts nationwide with a mix of cool music, diverse pan Pacific cultures, topical news, and information straight from the heart of the Pacific.
Watch on NiuFM
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Access Internet Radio is an exciting collaboration between New Zealand’s Community Access Broadcasters that makes their richly-diverse media content available to the world.
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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.
25 Apr 2022
Coverage of the 2022 Anzac Day Dawn Service and National Commemorative Service.
05 Mar 2022
TVNZ Duke and TVNZ OnDemand bring you all the moments that matter from the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games.
13 Dec 2020
The Attitude Awards is a glittering gala event celebrating the achievements of disabled Kiwis.