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Frontseat this Sunday: Faith & Margaret Mahy!

Frontseat this Sunday: Faith & Margaret Mahy!

Frontseat, Sunday 16th April, 10.50pm on TV One (after Canterbury Tales ‘The Knight’s Tale’) STATIONS OF THE CROSS St Patrick’s Cathedral in Auckland is a spiritual home for thousands of Catholics. It’s undergoing a multi-million-dollar restoration at present, and Frontseat gets an inside look at the progress. However, we had concerns about some of the conservation work within... http://www.stpatricks.org.nz/

A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF MARGARET MAHY: Last May, we started trailing around after one of New Zealand’s most successful authors in the hope that we’d get some interesting moments in an artist’s life. Did we ever! Margaret Mahy has won countless awards, been named an Arts Icon, had a TV series of her creation go to air, turned 70 and won the premier children’s writing prize of the world, the Hans Christian Andersen Award. She also got a bit squiffy at the Prime Minister’s Awards for Literature. See it all in this two-part story.

ALSO: LUXEMBOURG GARDENS: Oliver Driver has a look around Auckland’s newest performance venue, at 14 Customs Street East. http://arthouseinc.blogspot.com/ VOTE FOR THE GREATEST NZ PAINTING: The top ten can be seen and voted for on our website: www.frontseat.co.nz.

Best regards,

The Frontseat Team TV One, Sunday Nights Repeat screening 8.00am the following Saturday

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