Sunday (New Zealand TV programme)

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Sunday
Sunday TVNZ Logo.
Format Current affairs
Starring Miriama Kamo
Country of origin New Zealand
Production
Running time
  • 60 minutes (2002–Sep 2012; May 2014–present
  • 30 minutes (Sep 2012–May 2014)
Broadcast
Original channel TV One
Original run 2002 – present
External links
Website

Sunday is a current affairs programme broadcast on TV ONE in New Zealand on Sunday nights at 7:30 pm. Presented by Miriama Kamo with a team of New Zealand reporters, the programme began when TV ONE did not renew its rights to 60 Minutes which had aired previously in this time slot. The hour-long show usually features two reports from the local reporters and one report from an overseas current affairs programme. The programme's tagline is "Where there's a story we'll find it".

In 2012, the show was reduced to half an hour and moved to a new time slot of 7.00pm due to the New Zealand's Got Talent series. TVNZ also reviewed the future of the show.[1] In May 2014, the show returned to an hour time slot.

Reporters[edit]

  • Cameron Bennett
  • Ian Sinclair
  • John Hudson
  • Jackie Maher
  • Janet McIntyre

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TVNZ eyes killing Sunday". New Zealand Herald. 12 October 2012. Retrieved 13 October 2012.