Chelsea Clinton is out as a special correspondent for NBC News.
Now that we know that Hollywood’s favorite couple has officially tied the knot, let’s talk about why Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt could not have found a more perfect weekend to get married. Jolie is known for her savvy when it comes to the media and narrative-crafting
Doctor Who returns to Prime on Sunday with the surprisingly funny Peter Capaldi making his appearance as the 12th Time Lord. TV Guide editor Julie Eley caught up with the show’s stars during the Sydney leg of the BBC’s Doctor Who World Tour.
Be the first to listen to Robert Plant’s new album, Lullaby And…The Ceaseless Roar before it will be released next Friday The album features 11 new recordings, nine of which are original songs written by Plant with his band, The Sensational Space Shifters.
THE NAME OF THE ROSE by Umberto Eco In 1327 the English friar William of Baskerville, along with his young companion Adso of Melk, is travelling through Italy on a mission for the emperor. But his travels are interrupted at an isolated monastery where a monk has mysteriously died
A van Gogh-inspired Postman Pat painting bagged the winning prize at the IHC art awards in Wellington.
Remotes are being replaced by the mouse as Kiwis increasingly take control of their televisions. More people are turning to on-demand television as they increasingly want to decide when and where they watch their favourite shows
What do you do when you hang up your boots after 22 years spent playing for the world’s greatest football teams If you are David Beckham you join forces with three friends for a motorbike trip into the heart of the Amazon rainforest.
On the release of his album marking the 30th anniversary of his solo career, Vicki Anderson talks to Jimmy Barnes about singing with Shihad and his life as a granddad.
Nelson brother-sister duo Broods is dominating the official NZ music charts this week. The indie pop duo, who have worked closely with Lorde’s producer Joel Little, take out the top spot on both the albums and the Kiwi artist albums charts with their first full-length debut album, Evergreen.