One of the most controversial events in cricket history was the 'underarm incident' between Australia and New Zealand.
This excerpt from The Power of the Dog Electronic Press Kit shows Jane Campion directing two sequences from the Oscar-winning film.
This Australian version of Jeopardy! (1993) follows the same format as the long-running American game show, where contestants choose from subject categories on the Jeopardy board and must
Born in Napier, New Zealand, Elizabeth Riddell (1910–1998) was recruited as a journalist straight from school.
One of the most memorable series of sketches on the show was 'Tum and Phul', the presenters of a fictitious New Zealand morning radio show.
Exploring the North Island of New Zealand, this footage focuses on Whakarewarewa – the living Maori village and the geothermal attractions of Te Puia, Rotorua.
In this excerpt from an oral history interview with Max Merritt, he talks about being discovered by Harry M Miller in New Zealand after he stole the show as opening act for Johnny O'Keefe.
Margaret Macallum visits a quiet stretch of the Anatoki River in Nelson Province, New Zealand, where she feeds the local eels.
After the long voyage from Scotland, Ada McGrath (Holly Hunter) and daughter Flora (Anna Paquin) are camped on a New Zealand beach, in a tent made from Ada’s skirt hoops.
Tommy Woodcock (Tom Burlinson) runs Phar Lap onto the track at Flemington for the 1930 Melbourne Cup.