Dunedin Television|On Demand - Freeview|HD Channel 39 - Saturday, July 4th, 2015


Film icon. New street art murals added to cityscape

A couple of new street art murals are being added to Dunedin's cityscape. ›see story

Film icon. Bayfield shows off artistic talent

The artistic creativity of a group of Dunedin high school students is being shown to the public. Bayfield High School's art department is holding its annual exhibition of student work. And those running the show say it's a glimpse into what's going on inside the minds of senior pupils. ›see story

Film icon. Artistic talent on display

The artistic genius of some Dunedin residents is on display through an annual exhibition. It's being run by Artsenta, which brings together dozens of talented locals within the mental health community. And the public exhibition seems to be paying off in more ways than one. ›see story

Film icon. West Harbour schools prepare for annual art week parade

Port Chalmers is a flurry of activity, as West Harbour schools prepare for their annual art week parade. Children of all ages are set to bring to life this year's theme "Guardians of Otago Harbour". And they're getting help from an artist in residence. ›see story

Film icon. Otago and Southland residents attempt to write a novel in a month

Writing a 50,000 word novel in a month is a tall order. But that's what almost 100 Otago and Southland residents are attempting at the moment. They're part of a global community of thousands, all with the same goal. ›see story

Film icon. Local bands team up to pay tribute to the Fab Four

To many people, The Beatles will go down in history as one of the most influential bands to grace the world stage. The famous foursome visited Dunedin in 1964 and played in front of a large crowd. And 50 years on, several local bands teamed up to pay tribute to the Fab Four. ›see story

Film icon. New art exhibition brings new and stunning photography to Dunedin

A new art exhibition has brought some new and quite stunning photography to Dunedin. Highly respected American photographer Gregory Crewdson's work captures a staged photo much like a Hollywood film set. And with a full production crew working for each photo, the work aims to capture a dark side to contemporary America. ›see story

Film icon. Anna Leese is back in town

Italian-based soprano and University of Otago graduate Anna Leese is back in town. Leese has returned to the city to perform this weekend with the Southern Sinfonia. She says the opportunity to return to Dunedin is a chance to catch up with family, and shop at a local bridal boutique. ›see story

Film icon. Soldiers and models step out for an evening of glamour

The military and the catwalk are two things that would not usually go together. But both soldiers and models stepped out last night for an evening of glamour at a Zonta fundraising event. And despite a martial setting for the event, the participants were working to fight against violence. ›see story

Film icon. 25th annual Art week open

The 25th annual Otago University Students Association Art week opened its exhibition last night. The exhibition gives first time artists an opportunity to showcase their works, as well as make some extra income while undertaking their studies. ›see story

Film icon. New exhibition of recognised works

A new exhibition is in full swing at The Dunedin School of Art. Ka Honoka is a collection of work by graduate students who are both nationally and internationally recognised. ›see story

Film icon. Jonathan Lemalu back home for a rare performance

Jonathan Lemalu says returning to Dunedin for a rare performance is relaxing, and makes him feel younger. The Dunedin born bass-baritone performed with his father Foalima last night, in a duet with the RSA choir. He says the opportunity to return home to support his father, the choir, and the community, gave him a chance to give back to his people. ›see story

Film icon. An 'unholy alliance' explored

The Dunedin School of Art's annual symposium has gathered momentum throughout its five year history. What started off as a local event has grown to attract national and international interest. And this year's theme explores a relationship with art which is generally considered to be 'an unholy alliance'. ›see story

Film icon. New General Manager relishing the opportunity

A mixture of 'love' and 'chance' combined to bring the Fortune Theatre's new General Manager to Dunedin. And Jennifer Thomson is relishing the opportunity to work in the world of professional theatre. ›see story

Film icon. Children meet the people writing the books they love to read

The Storylines Festival provides a unique opportunity for children to meet the people who are writing the books they love to read. And this year's festival proved to be more popular with children than ever before. ›see story