The X Factor’s flamboyant judge Daniel Bedingfield is out to show that he has more to give than fancy pants and harsh comments. The New Zealand born, British raised, singer earned a Brit Award, scored six UK Top 10 singles and sold four million album from 2001 to 2004, now almost a decade later he’s back with a seven track EP
Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln has just been released on DVD and Bluray and we’re giving you the chance to win your own copy. Take our quiz, and if you score more than 75 per cent you’ll receive a keyword
Shapeshifter are releasing their fifth studio album today. To celebrate the release of Delta we have five prize packs to give away
For more than eight years since founding Wellington’s Fuse Circus, Tom Beauchamp has been entertaining audiences and developing his craft. Beauchamp, 40, describes himself as a “jack of all trades”, equally at home performing on high from a rope, known as “corde lisse”, or on the ground displaying his clowning skills.
To celebrate the release of Fall Out Boy’s new album Save Rock n Roll, we are offering you the chance to win one of five prize packs.
little wellington from Michael Jo on Vimeo. A rare burst of fine weather in Wellington last winter allowed Michael Jooss to capture the city’s charms – and it also scooped him first prize in an international student film contest
The fathers of heavy metal, Black Sabbath, are set to play two shows in Auckland this month and we’re giving one lucky Stuff reader the chance to hang out with Ozzy Osbourne himself! Osbourne and the original Black Sabbath line up of bassist Geezer Butler and guitarist Tony Iommi will play at Auckland’s Vector Arena on April 20 and 22. Widely regarded as one of the most influential bands of all time, this will be the first New Zealand show for the original Black Sabbath in nearly 40 years.
Not very long after James Watson finished his Nobel Prizewinning work on the structure of DNA in 1953, he started firing off some eyebrow-raising comments about his fellow man: that fat people don’t get hired because they lack ambition; how sunlight is the source of the “Latin lover” libido; what he found distasteful in the appearance of his female research collaborator, Rosalind Franklin. But as the great geneticist slunk back to the U.S.
In a tragic place scented by tropical blooms, it was the simplest of gestures. On Nov
In Stockholm last week a committee of Swedish doctors was deciding whether to give the 1937 Nobel Prize for Medicine to: 1> Biochemist Ibert Szent-Gyrgyi of the Hungarian University of Szeged who discovered that a certain acid in the adrenal glands of healthy men and animals had the same beneficial effect as Vitamin C contained in oranges and lemons; 2> Biochemist Walter Norman Haworth of Birmingham University, who analyzed the chemical structures of Vitamin C and the ascorbic acid which Professor Szent-Gyrgyi isolated; or 3> Biochemist Paul Karrer of the University of Zurich, Switzerland, who made Vitamin C artificially. While the world of scholars waited, the Nobel Prize committee took a quick last look at the accomplishments of Albert Szent-Gyrgyi.