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The Block NZ Hits Year-to-Date High, Polly & Grant Launch

The Block NZ Hits Year-to-Date High, Polly & Grant Launch in Wellington on Weekdays

The Block NZ hit a year-to-date high on Sunday as room reveal came to completion for the master bedroom and ensuite. Winning its timeslot across all four demographics including the key 25-54 commercial audience, The Block NZ achieved a 13.3 rating and 37.7% audience share.

Now in its sixth season, the show also won its timeslot on Monday evening (25-54, 18-49), Tuesday evening (all four demographics) and Wednesday evening (all four demographics).

This led to a strong start to the week for Three, winning the night on Monday (25-54, 18-49) and Tuesday (all four demographics).Westside also won its timeslot on Monday evening for the second week running (25-54, 18-39, 18-49), backed by wins from NCIS (all four demographics) and SVU (25-54, 18-39, 18-49) on Tuesday evening. Later in the week, Live at the Apollo also won its timesloton Friday evening (25-54, Household Shoppers with Kids).

In radio, Polly and Grant have launched on More FM breakfast every weekday in Wellington and Kapiti. The new morning show airsMonday – Friday from 5.30am – 10am. Listeners throughout New Zealand can also tune into The Rova All Day Breakfast with Polly and Grant, every weekday from 6am via channel 0 on the rova app. The pair are also continuing to host their More FM Saturdaymorning breakfast show from 6am in Auckland, Wellington, Waikato, Tauranga, Rotorua, Hawkes Bay, Whanganui, Kapiti and Marlborough.

More FM breakfast with Polly & Grant will be broadcast on the following frequencies:

More FM Wellington: 99.7 & 95.3

More FM Kapiti: 90.3

Finally, Three will be broadcasting a new documentary marking 20 years since the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, Tuesday July 25th at 8.35pm. The documentary titled Diana, Our Mother features never-before-seen footage of Prince William and Prince Harry as well as other contributors.


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