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  • UKTV UKTV: Whodunit? Weekend


    Friday 3 April to Monday 6 April

    Prepare for four days of suspense, murder and mystery this Easter holiday with UKTV’s annual Whodunit? Weekend. Featuring iconic detectives, intriguing storylines and dramatic twists and turns, this weekend is dedicated to some of the all-time great British detective series.
    Midsomer Murders Season 13 – Friday to Monday 12.45pm
    Father Brown Season 1 – Friday to Monday 3.55pm
    New Tricks Season 9 – Friday to Monday 5.45pm
    Foyle’s War Seasons 4 and 5 – Friday to Monday 8.30pm
    Death in Paradise Season 1 – Friday to Monday 10.10pm

  • National Geographic Channel Nat Geographic Channel: Brain Games


    Mondays 8pm (New Zealand Premiere)

    The Emmy® nominated Brain Games is back for an all-new season of interactive illusions, challenges and experiments that showcase the extraordinary ways we see, process and think about the world around us. Host Jason Silva will awaken your incredible senses and uncover the mysteries of the most complex object in the known universe – your brain!

  • Comedy Central Comedy Central: Roast of Justin Bieber


    Thursday 2 April 8.30pm (New Zealand Premiere)

    Comedy Central is turning up the heat on pop icon Justin Bieber, with the singer this year’s ‘Roastee’ at The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber. The Emmy® nominated Comedy Central Roast is an annual star-studded event in which Comedy Central hand-picks a special ‘Roastee’ to sit on the hot seat and take it on the chin for the evening with good-natured ribbing from colleagues and comics. This year, comedian and actor Kevin Hart has been named Roast Master and has promised to “roast everyone’s ass” during what promises to be an unforgettable ceremony.

  • Vibe Vibe: The Indian Doctor


    Mondays 7.30pm

    This award-winning light-hearted period drama is the “fish out of water” story of Prem Sharma (Sanjeev Bhaskar), a highly educated Indian Doctor, and Kamini (Ayesha Dharker), his beautiful upper class wife, who, attracted by the promise of opportunities in the new National Health Service and a glamorous lifestyle in London, leave India in 1963 only to find themselves sent to a small practice in a Welsh coal mining village. Life in the village is centred around the pit, and the Coal Board's local manager Richard Sharpe is keen to welcome the new arrivals - but he also has a few skeletons in his closet. Meanwhile, the doctor strikes up some new friendships and starts to settle into life in the Valleys, but it won't be plain sailing...

  • BBC Knowledge BBC Knowledge: Australia With John Bishop


    Thursdays 7.30pm (New Zealand Premiere)

    Comedian John Bishop returns to Australia to host his debut international travelogue, retracing the route of a mammoth bike journey he first made as a 25-year-old back in 1992. This three-part series will be an exploration of an incredible country, as it follows John’s adventures down under. Over three one-hour episodes, John will be examining how the country has changed since his first trip 22 years ago and learning what it means to be an Australian in 2014. The series will combine Australia’s diverse beauty and fascinating history with John’s honest, uplifting humour to tell the story of a young, dynamic country with an ancient and sometimes controversial past.

  • Food TV  Food TV: Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations


    Thursdays 8.30pm, encores Sundays 8.30pm, from 2 April (New Zealand Premiere)

    In his eighth and final season as host of his Emmy Award-winning series, Anthony ventures to new locations around the world that pique his interest, from Sydney and Japan to Israel, China and Portugal. Anthony dives head-first into each country’s rich culture, whether he is discovering what makes the Croatian coast the Riviera du jour or uncovering the mysteries that lie in post-colonial Mozambique. Through each of his adventures, Anthony encounters enthralling personalities, weaving unexpected and thought-provoking narratives about each locale and more, while never straying from his mission to embrace a culture through their food.

  • Animal Planet Animal Planet: Animal Cops Houston Marathon


    Sunday 29 March from 2.30pm (NZ premiere)

    Animal Cops Houston is an observational documentary series following the work of the Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The HSPCA receives over 10,000 reports of cruelty or neglect every year, and its small team of investigators is dedicated to helping these victims of abuse. Animal Cops Houston’s crews film with them all year round and are on call 24/7 to bring these stories to the screen, from the initial investigation and rescue, through court cases and medical rehabilitation, to, in most cases, adoption to new, loving homes.

  • Kidzone 24 Kidzone24: Andy's Wild Adventures


    Daily 4.30pm from 1 April (New Zealand Premiere)

    After the huge success of Andy’s Dinosaur Adventures, we’re bringing Andy back, and this time, he’s getting WILD! Andy’s Wild Adventures follows Andy and his sidekick, cat Kip, as they journey to exotic places to get up close to wild animals in their natural environments. Andy is a park keeper at Pickles Animal Park, who is able to shrink to any size, allowing him to get where no park keeper has gone before. He could be catching salmon with bears or sliding down slopes with penguins, but one thing is certain: he’ll be having lots of fun and discovering amazing new things! Using a combination of footage from the BBC Natural History Unit and clever CGI, Andy Day embarks on a wild adventure like nothing you’ve seen before!

  • MTV Hits MTV Hits: Hit’s Hottest Girls of Pop Top 20!



    MTV HITS New Zealand is the hub of pop culture, bringing viewers the hottest songs to hit the charts. Playing hits and only hits for 24 hours a day.

  • BBC World News BBC World News: Newsday


    Daily, 11am, 12 noon and 1pm

  • TVNZ Heartland TVNZ Heartland


    Heartland is a celebration of New Zealand and New Zealanders through some of our finest TV shows, every night has a different theme from food to travel to Kiwi film to Documentaries, plus exclusive new local commissions.

  • Discovery Channel  Discovery Channel: Dual Survival and River Monsters: Legend of Loch Ness

    Discovery Channel

    Tuesdays 8.30pm (New Zealand Premiere)

    Two survivalists, two very different ideas about what it takes to survive. They'll take on some of the planet's most unforgiving terrain to demonstrate, in their own way, how the right skills and some creative thinking can keep you alive.

    Friday 3 April 8.30pm (New Zealand Premiere)

    For more than 30 years, hardened angler Jeremy Wade has taken on the world's most legendary river monsters bar one: the Loch Ness Monster. It's a challenge he's been reluctant to take on, until now. But can the freshwater detective succeed where so many have failed, and uncover the true identity of the creature behind the myth? On an epic mission to track down the world's most famous cryptid, he travels from the depths of Loch Ness to the volcanoes of Iceland and beyond. But will his Nordic Odyssey really uncover the mother of all monsters, the legend of legends?

  • E! Entertainment E!: Keeping Up With The Kardashians

    E! Entertainment

    E!: Keeping Up With The Kardashians

    Mondays 2pm (simultaneous with the US)
    Encores 9.30pm

    Now that Kris and Bruce are officially divorced, the family will find out if they can keep their bond even when their parents are split apart for good. Sides are being picked, choices are being made that will last a lifetime, and the only constant is family drama. When everything is turned upside down, the only thing this family can bet on is their love for each other. This season on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, it’s the new normal, and it's anything but.