Fourth Emmy for Keoghan, Amazing Race

Christchurch-born Producer/Host Phil Keoghan lined up for his fourth successive Emmy Award in Los Angeles for Outstanding Reality/Competition Program. The Amazing Race is now in its 10th season. Teams race for more than 40,000 miles in under 30 days in pursuit of the $1 million prize. Also featuring at the Emmys was Wellington-born UK screenwriter Richard Curtis, who won for outstanding writing for a miniseries, movie or dramatic special for The Girl in the Café. The work of New Plymouth-born cinemaphotographer Rodney Charters helped the heart-pounding thriller 24 to the Emmy for best drama for the first time and the show’s star Kiefer Sutherland for best actor in a drama.


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Singing Shared Just How Marlon Williams Likes It

Singing Shared Just How Marlon Williams Likes It

Group singing has been central to New Zealander Marlon Williams’ life, journalist and author Jenny Valentish writes for The Guardian. He likens it to a spiritual practice, “without the theory or…