So week two of X Factor has kicked off. Episode 3 saw a brief but welcome return of Cheryl Cole (Britain’s biggest pop star apparently…now I admit, I like her, but that’s a bit of an overstatement i’d say)
TV ONE’s warming up for the business end of the RWC by unleashing a live prime time rugby show on Friday nights.
Prime Minister John Key will be hosting a one-hour radio show this Friday, 30th September from 2pm on RadioLIVE. In a first for RadioLIVE, the show will feature the Prime Minister, listeners and some very special guests including Sir Richard Branson and Richie McCaw. General Manager of RadioLIVE Jana Rangooni says: “This has been done...
Check out the official IRB Rugby World Cup 2011 opening sequence, graphics package and specially composed theme music. Produced by Brandspank.
Fans of UK soap Coronation Street have called for the Prime Minister to intervene in TVNZ’s decision to move the show to a 5.30pm time slot.
TVNZ announced today that MasterChef Australia is moving to 7:30pm every weeknight on TV ONE as the series heats up in the all important final stages.
Former TV3 newsreader and Sky News New Zealand News Director, Alistair Wilkinson has been anchoring Sky News First Edition with Sharon McKenzie this week. Video:
Sob stories and bad auditions seemed to be the first order of business on episode two of X Factor USA last night.
When X Factor USA was first announced, the squeals of happiness from X Factor fan Andrew Grear could be heard across the country. I invited him to share his thoughts with readers of Dan News.
Taken from TV One’s Breakfast.