That's Fairly Interesting

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That's Fairly Interesting was a New Zealand TV series showcasing quirky people and events.[1]

Its title is a reference to the TV show That's Incredible!.[2] The Company that produced this programme was Communicado - owned by Neil Roberts, Murray Roberts, Garry McAlpine, Robyn Scholes. Communicado produced TV shows, commercials and their 'crowning glory' was the movie 'Once Were Warriors' - iconic NZ movie.[3] The program's reporters included Phil Keoghan,[4] who later became famous for hosting the US show The Amazing Race.



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  2. ^ Frank Woodley on ABC1, Spicks and Specks, aired 3 June 2009.
  3. ^ NZ On Screen biography of Neil Roberts
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