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Tonight! The Living Room - Show 6, 11.15pm, TV3

Thurs, 01 Jul 2004

Tonight! The Living Room - Show 6, 11.15pm, TV3 then again this Sunday 8.30pm, C4.

Episode Six of The Living Room is presented by Guy Capper. We catch up with Guy and his brother Tim and take a trip into their world of animation. Also in the show we head to Auckland¹s K¹Rd to meet Japanese/ Samoan fashion stylist and artist Shigeyuki Kihara, Discover the inspiration behind Wellington Jazz icon Anthony Donaldson and head to Hollywood to make beautiful music with singer/ songwriter Carla Werner.

The Living Room was made possible by funding from NZ On Air.

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Enjoy!

ENDS

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