Gordon Harcourt has been reporting and producing for television since 1989. After three seasons on awardwinning arts show Backch@t, he moved to the UK and worked for the BBC, and as a London correspondent for NZ media outlets. Seven years later Harcourt returned to reporting for local consumer affairs programme Fair Go.
Craig Little was one of the first local television stars created by the highly successful regional news shows in the 70s and 80s. In 1970, he took over the presenter’s role on Auckland’s This Day but resigned three years later, tired of constant public attention. He also presented Top Town and New Faces, and worked in radio. Little ran his own PR company, and held positions in Auckland local government.
Award-winning cinematographer John Chrisstoffels has been training his camera on Christchurch and its inhabitants for more than two decades: in music videos for record label Flying Nun, short films, movies, and occasional documentaries. The sometime director has taught film at Canterbury University's School of Fine Arts since 2002.