(AO) The best bits from singer, song-writer and personality powerhouse Anika Moa and her all new talk show, bringing guests, live music and her frank perspective on what’s trending (and offending) in pop culture.
(AO) We reunite Rena Owen and Temuera Morrison of Once Were Warriors fame and get Anika on the guitar to re-enact the most famous sing-along of New Zealand’s screen history. The Kiwi Marley All Stars bring back Bob Marley before their Summer tour of Aotearoa.
(AO) Singer, song-writer and personality powerhouse Anika Moa hosts her all new talk show, bringing guests, live music and her frank perspective on what’s trending (and offending) in pop culture each week.
(AO) We catch up with the flawless Lucy Lawless aka Xena Warrior Princess. Jordan Watson, maker of instructional ‘How to Dad’ videos shares more tips with Anika. Drum and Bass songstress and freestyler Tali sings live in studio.
(AO) Anika’s favourite South African comedian, Urzila Carlson talks about her new autobiography, Rolling with the Punch Lines. We ask Shortland Street hunk TK, aka Ben Mitchell about UFO’s and The Koi Boys of The Voice fame, sing live in studio.
AO. Anika Moa catches up with Ali Mau, TV anchor turned radio host. You Tube sensation and first time father, Jimi Jackson joins the couch and Troy Kingi sings some dirty blues with his band Electric Haka Boogie.
(AO) Anika Moa hosts her all new talk show, this week Cliff Curtis aka the Māori Jesus, shares his hardcore diet tips from his role in The Dark Horse. We also catch up with the vivacious and outspoken Teuila Blakely.
(AO) Anika meets Danielle Cormack, aka Bea Smith of Wentworth fame, and Stan Walker talks about his new album and role as Māori guide in new Western movie The Stolen. We boil up the latest and greatest youtube clips and neo-soul singer Bailey Wiley performs ‘Dos Fuegos’ live in studio.
Anika Moa's irreverent chat show. Tonight: Gilda Kirkpatrick and Anne Batley Burton on The Real Housewives of Auckland, pussies and defamatory remarks. We catch up with new hip hop artist Kings who performs hit single “Don’t Worry Bout’ It.”