Tag Archives: 60 Minutes

Schedule Watch: September 14

On this weekend’s Sunday (TVNZ 1, 7.30): All Blacks captain Richie McCaw hit rock bottom in 2007 after losing the Rugby World Cup. Facing self-doubt, vulnerabilities and learning how to perform under pressure, Richie credits Dr Ceri Evans with teaching him the tools he needed to change his mindset. Ceri shows us all how we can […]

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Schedule Watch: September 7

Sky has announced scheduling changes for next month’s movies. Ghostland has been removed from Sky Movies Premiere and will screen on Sky Movies Extra as Incident in a Ghostland. And replacing Cleaning’ Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters (SME, October 8) will be Maria by Callas. Sky Sport will introduce to its test rugby coverage the […]

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Schedule Watch: August 24

Prime is pre-empting Monday’s ICC Cricket 360 for Silk Way Rally (6.30), a post-event magazine show. It follows Inside the PGA Tour and is the latest example of Sky using its free-to-air channel to showcase what’s on its pay-TV service. This weekend’s Sunday (TVNZ 1, 7.30) takes an exclusive look inside the world of our biggest gun dealer, Gun City […]

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Schedule Watch: August 17

  On this weekend’s Sunday (TVNZ 1, 7.30), ahead of Three’s Jonah premiere, John Campbell goes inside the Manu Samoa camp, as they prepare for the Rugby World Cup, to explore the increasingly popular choice of Pasifika players leaving their home nations for European contracts. Three isn’t holding back on its hyperbole in hailing Jonah (8.30 Sunday […]

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Schedule Watch: August 10

Returning Sunday is 60 Minutes (Prime, 10.30): Scott Pelley speaks with Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell about the US economy and Jon Wertheim reports on the Golden State Warriors, who are trying for their third straight NBA Championship. Unfortunately, both items are two months out of date. The Pelley interview aired June 2 on CBS and the […]

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Schedule Watch: July 21

Prime will screen live overnight coverage of the showdown between the Silver Ferns and Australia, in the final of the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019 in Liverpool, from 3.15am tomorrow. Replays of both the Bronze Medal Match and the final will screen 7am and 9am tomorrow respectively. On tonight’s 60 Minutes (Prime, 10.00), Bill Whitaker interviews […]

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Schedule Watch: July 6

The Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall and husband Mike go head-to-head in a royal showdown on Sunday’s Top Gear when they compete to go fastest in a red Toyota GT86 coupé (Duke, 8.30). Also, the team sets out to turn an old hearse into the ultimate family car and test the lightweight Dallara Stradale. Cars UK reports the latest series […]

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Schedule Watch: June 23

This week’s Real Time With Bill Maher (SoHo/2, various times) marks the 500th episode of the HBO series. “We went on the air in 2003,” Maher quips. “Since then, weed has become increasingly legal, religion is on the decline, and less people are having children. You’re welcome, America.” Guests include historian Allan Lichtman (The Case for […]

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Prime Fast Tracks Stormy Daniels Exclusive

This week Prime will pre-empt White House drama Madam Secretary (9.35 Thursday) for another Oval Office crisis: Anderson Cooper’s 60 Minutes interview with porn star Stormy Daniels, who claims to have had an affair with President Donald Trump. It’s just aired in the US, where she says Trump dangled the possibility of her competing on Celebrity […]

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Food Show Fattens Prime’s Ratings

Why Are We Fat? is bringing home the bacon for Prime on Sunday nights. The most recent episode of Simon Gault’s obesity investigation, which ends its run this weekend, averaged 2.1% of Prime’s target audience, 25-54 year-olds. That compares to 3.7% for TVNZ 1’s Victoria, 4.2% for Three’s movies (which overlapped from 8.30-9.30) and 5.6% for […]

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