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Frontseat, Sunday 27th June, 10.10pm

Frontseat, Sunday 27th June, 10.10pm


This Sunday on Frontseat (TV One, 10.10pm 27th June):

A Slice of the Sponsorship Pie: The new Songquest sponsor and the NZ International Arts Festival director dissect a new Government report on arts sponsorship.

The Huata Brothers of Hawkes Bay: Amomai Pihama lets off fireworks with Tama and Te Rangi Huata, the Hastings brothers who have set off a cultural renaissance in Hawkes Bay, North America, Asia and beyond.

Napoleon & the Chicken Farmer: Lloyd Jones' writing hits the stage again. Last time, it was the All Blacks. This time, it's a Napoleon lookalike who refuses to give up his new identity.

Write and win:

Responses to last week's programme: Volume One of Douglas Lilburn's piano music, recorded by Dan Poynton. This week: Your very own copy of Lloyd Jones' 'Napoleon and the Chicken Farmer'. Write to: letters@frontseat.co.nz

Best regards,

The Frontseat Team TV One after Lexus Sunday Theatre http://www.frontseat.co.nz


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