This documentary reviews that 1983 Royal Tour downunder by Prince Charles and Princess Diana. The tour was notable for the presence of royal baby William; images of the son and heir playing with a Buzzy Bee on the lawn of Government House in Auckland were published around the world. The royals also visit the ballet, banquet, waka, hongi, plant kauri, and see Red Checkers and firemen’s displays. Prince Charles’s duties include announcing an extra holiday for school kids and he meets younger bro Edward on his gap year (tutoring at Wanganui Collegiate).
In 2014 Kerry Warkia was awarded the WIFT Woman to Watch Award for her work in new media. Warkia has produced a number of high profile web series, including wannabe famous comedy Auckland Daze, Flat3, and pioneering children's web series Nia’s Extra Ordinary Life. Warkia runs company Brown Sugar Apple Grunt Productions with her partner Kiel McNaughton. The pair originated Māori Television hit Find Me a Māori Bride, and all women anthology feature Waru. Warkia also has credits as an actor and writer.