Here’s my Herald column this week. Seems to have struck a chord. You can read it online here.
That’s the question posed by Sonia Gray in the Spinoff, a website focused on TV and media. It’s a question I’ve often asked, but possibly with more self-serving intent. Contrast the faces broadcast from TVNZ, in the Auckland CBD, and TV3, in Eden Tce — versus the faces walking the streets outside these
My column in the NZ Herald after the resignation of Mark Weldon as CEO of MediaWorks. Click it, snack it, share it.
Ah, Mapua. a beautiful town somewhere in the vicinity of Nelson. But if you’re likely to come to the show, you already know that. What show? My show. I’m doing stand-up at the lovely Playhouse Cafe on Sat Feb 13. You can book for dinner plus the show. Valentine’s Day is the next day, so think of this as
TV3’s Re-Think, a weekly panel discussion hosted by Stacey Morrison, considered the issue of race in New Zealand. Raybon was one of the guests, alongside economist Shamubeel Eaqub and filmie Kath Akuhata-Brown. The
AHHH, Wellington, location of my residence, capital of my country, issuer of my passport. To perform shows in the city where I live, conjures deep feelings of handiness, convenience and simplicity of transport.
If you too share the uncanny bond with me of being in the approximate same vicinity, then this show is almost written for you. It will speak to
My thoughts on the refugee debate, published in today’s Herald on Sunday. To make it accessible for modern media, I thought it best to write the column as a Top 5 list; and also to drop in the name of Max Key. See if you notice. The Herald link is