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The Living Room Show 10 - The Final In This Series

The Living Room Show 10 - The Final In This Series

Tonight! The Living Room - Show 10, 11.15pm, TV3 then again this Sunday 8.30pm, C4. It is the final show for the series, if you watched it, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.

Episode Ten of The Living Room is presented by the multi-talented Taika Cohen, we drop in on Taika¹s life as he is shooting a short film and preparing for a stand up comedy performance. We also meet Auckland sculpter and artist, Caroline Robinson, Wellington based body artist Siren McLaine and head to Melbourne to meet comic book illustrator, Colin Wilson.

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

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