After training in journalism Rachel Antony worked in publicity, and researched shows for company Greenstone TV. She has since accrued producer credits across a run of documentaries and mainstays of Kiwi reality television. In a four year Australian stint from 2007, she set up Greenstone’s Sydney office and produced for primetime Australian TV shows. In 2017 Antony became Chief Executive of Greenstone.

Greenstone’s been a really big part of my career; I first worked at Greenstone, as a researcher, in 1999 – so to now step into the role of CEO is a huge privilege. Rachel Antony after getting promoted at Greenstone TV, in March 2017

Decades in Colour (series one promo)

2016, Executive Producer - Television

Decades in Colour sourced home movies from more than 800 New Zealanders to paint a picture of New Zealand life, from "the inside out". Made by company Greenstone for Prime, each one-hour episode covered a decade from the 1950s to the 1970s, from post World War II recovery through to suburbia to cultural awakening. Presented by broadcaster Judy Bailey, the clips are narrated by the home moviemakers and their subjects. Bailey called it "a unique family history of the one family to which we all belong". A second series followed in October 2017. 

Great Western

2011, Producer - Short Film

L'Oreal Paris Backstage

2011, Producer - Television

Conviction Kitchen

2010 - 2011, Producer - Television

C.I.U. - Crash Investigation Unit (Australian TV series)

2008, Producer - Television

So You Think You Can Dance Australia

2009 - 2010, Producer - Television

The Nuclear Comeback

2007, Research - Television

Neighbours at War - Series Two, Episode One

2006, Producer - Television

Neighbours at War was a popular and long-running TV2 reality show. In this opening episode from the show’s second series, an Otara fence is a battle line in a bitter territorial dispute between Lois and Alec. The mediator is Labour MP for Otara Ross Robertson, who draws on Winston Churchill, General Douglas MacArthur and aroha in an effort to broker peace — amidst allegations of rubbish and porn mags on one side, and swear words and brown eyes on the other. Narrator Bill Kerton’s puns and some choice sound effects punctuate the neighbourly nastiness.

Neighbours at War

2006, Producer - Television

Neighbours at War was a popular reality show that ran for 10 years and eight seasons on TV2. Narrated by long-serving director Bill Kerton, it offered a quirky Kiwi take on a UK concept: take a seemingly unsolvable dispute over a boundary/ fence/driveway, and get a famous Kiwi to mediate the neighbours who can’t agree. Mediators included Mark Sainsbury, Tom Bradley, Police Ten 7's Graham Bell, and John Key. The purposefully cheesy music, and emotion worn on the sleeve, helped make the Greenstone TV show a “much-loved New Zealand staple” (The Spinoff's Duncan Greive). 

The Survivor Files

2005, Producer - Television

The X Factor (Australian version)

2009 - 2010, Producer - Television


2004, Research - Television

Summer Camp USA

2004, Producer - Television

Coromandel Med

2003, Research - Television

Happy Hour - Drinking in New Zealand

2002, Research - Television


2001 - 2003, Producer - Television

The Private Lives of Giants

2001, Research - Television

The Business of Scams

2001, Research - Television

Love that Car

2000, Research - Television

Motorway Patrol

2006, Producer - Television

Good Morning

2000, Writer - Television

Over nearly two decades and almost 9000 hours of TV time, Good Morning was a TVNZ light entertainment mainstay, airing on weekdays from 9am on TV One. Filmed at Wellington’s Avalon Studios for most of its run, the magazine show ranged from advertorials for recipes and home appliances to news, film reviews, aerobics, interviews, and … hypnotism. Presenters included inaugural host Liz Gunn, Mary Lambie (with her cat Lou), Sarah Bradley, Brendon Pongia, Steve Gray, Hadyn Jones, Lisa Manning, Rod Cheeseman, Jeanette Thomas, Matai Smith, and Astar.