Classic and curious collections hand picked by NZ On Screen and special guests.
A collection of films that have seen Kiwis winning glory at the Academy Awards — or coming very close.
A parade of classic Kiwi songs, from the series that goes back to where it all began for the Wests — our favourite bogan TV family.
From Karyn Hay to Billy T, take a look at some fentestic pieces of New Zealand television that feature the Kiwi ecceent.
Crummer sings Clapton, Head Like a Hole sings Springsteen: a collection of popular New Zealand cover songs.
A collection about some of New Zealand's notable sculptors and their work.
A collection compiled to mark the 25th anniversary of broadcasting funding agency, NZ On Air.
A nod to the mod – a career-spanning collection that salutes the legendary Ray Columbus.
A collection of things royal – from visits downunder to a royal guest appearance on bro'Town.
"Keep cool till after school" with this collection of classic kids programmes.
A collection of international attention-grabbing stories.
A collection of screen cats and dogs. The purrfect canine and feline mix. So Sit! Watch. And enjoy...
From Blam Blam Blam to Tiki Taane, a collection of classic love songs spanning 50 years.
Three television specials and a run of live performances from 1985, celebrating the 25th anniversary of New Zealand television
A wide and varied selection of favourite NZ On Screen titles, as chosen by a wide and varied list of Kiwi screen figures.
Guitars, Diamonds and Smiles: a collection of award-winning music videos which spans three decades.
Māori Television was launched in March 2004: celebrate New Zealand's indigenous broadcaster in this collection
Actor, director, makes the odd bottle of pinot noir: a collection celebrating the screen work of Sam Neill.
A collection devoted to legendary Ponsonby rock'n'rollers Hello Sailor.
From demolition derby drivers to spookmakers and performance artists: a collection celebrating the work of filmmaker Florian Habicht.
NZ On Air began funding local content in 1989. This special collection looks back at the 20 most watched NZ On Air-funded programmes since then — plus some bonus titles that also rated highly.
Documentaries, music videos and curious odds'n'enz, celebrating a truly trailblazing band.
After countless romances, breakups and revelations, Shortland Street has turned 25. Catch up with classic moments, and memories from the cast.
Jump between the decades for 50 years of Kiwi music ... counting the beat from 60s ballads to turn of the century hip hop.
NZ On Screen's Collection of most viewed clips for 2016 includes classic adverts, musical interludes, and legendary talents lost to us over the year — from Martin Crowe to Ray Columbus, actor Sophia Hawthorne, and David Bowie.