Hudson and Halls
Peter Hudson (1931–1992) and David Halls (1935–1993) were chefs whose cookery show, Hudson and Halls, ran on New Zealand television from 1976 to 1986 and also gained a cult following when the pair moved to produce their show in the United Kingdom in 1986. The duo were noted for bringing a camp humour, together with an element of slapstick, to the usually staid television cookery genre.
Their long-term professional and personal relationship ended when Hudson died of cancer in 1992; Halls, grief-stricken, killed himself the following year.
- Greg Bruce (5 November 2015). "Hudson loves Halls". Stuff. Retrieved 23 November 2018.
- Frances Grant (2 May 2001). "Cheesy Peasy cooking with Hudson & Halls". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 23 November 2018.
- Charlie Gates (7 September 2007). "Theatre review: Hudson and Halls Live! is a real gem". Stuff. Retrieved 23 November 2018.
- Hudson and Halls on IMDb
- Hudson and Halls at NZ On Screen
- Public Address: Kiwi Queer Screen (Part One) – From 'Hudson & Halls' to 'Squeeze'
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