Ten of my favourite NZ onScreen goodies so far, in no particular order:
1. The Governor. Special plea to to the copyright holders of this important history lesson, please release the rest of them.
2. Landmarks. Apologies for spamming NZ onScreen for this. It was there all along.
3. Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby. Excellent combination of David McPhail's comedy chops and Tom Scott's wit.
4. Kea - Mountain Parrot. Monogamous clowns of the mountains, but their propensity for killing sheep was why I just couldn't vote them Bird of the Year.
5. Gliding On. NZ's first sitcom holds up remarkably well after all these years.
6. Revolution. Much better than the infuriating Someone Else's Country.
7. Simon Walker and Muldoon. The interview that changed everything.
8. Architect Athfield. For a brief period in NZ, eccentricity was valued.
9. Blerta Revisited. For a brief period in NZ, eccentricity was valued.
10. Britten: Backyard Visionary. For a brief period in NZ, eccentricity was valued.