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Frontseat, Sunday 7th May

Friday, 5 May 2006, 4:21 pm | Frontseat

It’s the final episode of Frontseat’s Autumn season. We’ll see you again in spring after the winter series of TV One’s doco series, ‘Artsville’ (next week featuring Misery, who is extremely cool). More >>

'Cass' voted New Zealand’s Greatest Painting

Monday, 1 May 2006, 10:05 am | Frontseat

Frontseat’s Search for New Zealand’s Greatest Painting has yielded a clear winner: ‘Cass’ (1936) by Rita Angus (1908 – 1970). More >>

Frontseat, Sunday 30th April

Thursday, 27 April 2006, 2:54 pm | Frontseat

The people have spoken and New Zealand’s Greatest Painting is... well, you’ll have to watch to find out. From a Top Ten voted for by public and art experts alike, a clear winner has emerged. Refresh yourself with the ten finalists on our website ... More >>

Frontseat this Sunday: Faith & Margaret Mahy!

Thursday, 13 April 2006, 2:39 pm | Frontseat

Frontseat, Sunday 16th April, 10.50pm on TV One (after Canterbury Tales ‘The Knight’s Tale’) STATIONS OF THE CROSS St Patrick’s Cathedral in Auckland is a spiritual home for thousands of Catholics. More >>

Frontseat this Sunday: An artist walks out!

Friday, 7 April 2006, 10:10 am | Frontseat

Frontseat, Sunday 9th April, 10.15pm on TV One (after The Taming of the Shrew) BODICE-RIPPING FICTION Some dismiss historic novels as mere bodice-rippers, others as a lazy way to visit the past. But those who write them are doing really rather well as the popularity ... More >>

Frontseat’s Search for Greatest NZ Painting

Monday, 3 April 2006, 9:58 am | Frontseat

The top ten finalists in the Search for the Greatest New Zealand Painting have been unveiled on TV One’s arts show Frontseat (Sunday 2nd April), and members of the public are now invited to vote on which is New Zealand’s greatest painting. More >>

Frontseat this Sunday: Between Rugby & Sex is Art

Friday, 31 March 2006, 9:41 am | Frontseat

Frontseat, Sunday 2nd April, 11.00pm on TV One (screening between the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens and the Sex Change Capital of the World) More >>

Margaret Mahy's Special

Tuesday, 28 March 2006, 4:55 pm | Frontseat

Yes, Margaret Mahy is special! Frontseat would like to congratulate the acclaimed author on her latest writing accolade, the Hans Christian Andersen Award. More >>

Frontseat, this Sunday 12th March, 2006

Friday, 10 March 2006, 9:43 am | Frontseat

News: Enjoy your Frontseat while you can get it – after this Sunday, we’re off-air while the Commonwealth Games are on. Also, Frontseat’s Search for the Greatest New Zealand Painting continues! The short-list will be announced when we’re back on Sunday ... More >>

Frontseat, this Sunday 12th February

Friday, 10 February 2006, 11:49 am | Frontseat

After a summer of producing 3D Radio, puttin’ on plays, catchin’ fish, chasin’ Fishers, makin’ movies and occasionally just being beside the seaside, Frontseat is back and raring to go. Be sure to visit our website regularly for our “Festival Forum”, giveaway ... More >>

Frontseat, 10.30pm this Sunday

Friday, 11 November 2005, 12:12 am | Frontseat

The F-Word; How to Look at a Painting; How to Look at a Tag; He Marched with Destiny Church; My Brother And I Are Porn Stars More >>

Frontseat, 10.30pm Sunday 6th November, TV One

Friday, 4 November 2005, 11:27 am | Frontseat

With the Womad Festival, Puke Ariki, the award-winning Govett-Brewster and a brand new slogan, New Plymouth’s been on the up and up lately. And there seems to be some sort of “reverse Brain Drain” happening to the city, in which respected foreigners ... More >>

This Sunday on Frontseat, TV One 10.25pm

Friday, 21 October 2005, 11:42 am | Frontseat

Who is New Zealand's top clothing exporter? The hype may be disproportionate to actual contribution. Steven Oates braves the critics of Air NZ Fashion Week in an outfit styled by the country's largest apparel exporters, does the rounds of the top designers, ... More >>

Meet the Rich: Frontseat's Philanthropy Episode

Wednesday, 12 October 2005, 4:59 pm | Frontseat

This Sunday night Frontseat reveals the five most significant arts patrons in New Zealand. The list took six months to compile, as setting the criteria and making the choices proved a challenge. More >>

This Sunday on Frontseat, TV One 10.20pm

Friday, 7 October 2005, 9:47 am | Frontseat

Musicians across the North Island have been having their export “warrants of fitness” checked by ex-pat experts brought out by the NZ Music Industry Commission. More >>

This Sunday on Frontseat, TV One 10.25pm

Friday, 23 September 2005, 8:39 am | Frontseat

Nelson is facing its first spring in a decade without the World of WearableArt Awards. Meanwhile Wellington is expecting 12,000 extra people to attend the WOW shows at the Events Centre over the next two weekends. So, a bunch of Nelson artists and designers ... More >>

Frontseat, TV One 10.30pm September 18 2005

Friday, 16 September 2005, 12:17 am | Frontseat

Auckland’s Silo Theatre announced last week that as of 1st January 2006, it will only employ actors who are members of the union, NZ Actors Equity. This plan comes on the back of the ongoing debate over whether Equity should merge with the larger ... More >>

This Sunday on Frontseat, TV One 10.35pm

Thursday, 8 September 2005, 3:43 pm | Frontseat

The inaugural Auckland Art Fair was as notable for the dealers who weren’t there as it was for those who were. Steven Oates talks to a prominent Auckland gallery owner about why he chose not to take part the first time around; and a Sydney visitor ... More >>

Major Parties Reveal Their Arts Policies

Tuesday, 30 August 2005, 3:56 pm | Frontseat

This Sunday TV One’s weekly arts current affairs show Frontseat is an hour-long election special featuring the arts policies of the major players in this month’s General Election. More >>

This Sunday on Frontseat

Friday, 26 August 2005, 12:19 am | Frontseat

Censorship Shock In Wellington: Celebrity Election Blitz: Appropriate Appropriation: Dancing Frankly: More >>





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