TV One (New Zealand) Programmes: 25 Years (Television Special), AA Torque, Agenda (Tvnz Programme), Asia Downunder, a Dog's Show, Breakfast (Tvnz), Bu

9781156115077: TV One (New Zealand) Programmes: 25 Years (Television Special), AA Torque, Agenda (Tvnz Programme), Asia Downunder, a Dog's Show, Breakfast (Tvnz), Bu
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 54. Chapters: 25 Years (television special), AA Torque, Agenda (TVNZ programme), Asia Downunder, A Dog's Show, Breakfast (TVNZ), Burying Brian, Close to Home (1975 TV series), Close Up, Country Calendar, Dancing with the Stars (New Zealand TV series), Dog Squad (TV series), Facelift (TV series), Fair Go, Good Morning (New Zealand show), Home Front (TV series), Intrepid Journeys, MasterChef New Zealand, Mercy Peak, Mucking In, Nothing Trivial, NZI Business, One News (New Zealand), One Sport, Orange Roughies, Q+A, Rude Awakenings, Saturday Breakfast, Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby, Shark in the Park, Stars in Their Eyes (New Zealand), Sunday (New Zealand TV programme), Te Karere, The Governor (TV series), The Rich List (New Zealand game show), This Is Not My Life, What Now, Wheel of Fortune (New Zealand game show), Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? New Zealand. Excerpt: Dancing with the Stars is a New Zealand television series based on the British series Strictly Come Dancing. The show introduces eight local celebrities paired with professional ballroom danceers who each week compete against each other in a competition to impress a panel of judges and the viewing public in order to survive potential elimination. Through a telephone poll, viewers vote for those couples who should stay. 50% of the public votes and the average score given by the panel of judges goes towards deciding who should leave. Proceeds from the voting will go to the celebrity contestant's charity of choice. Dancing with the Stars has been popular with the New Zealand public. The first (2005) season, which was the highest rated timeslot programme, averaged 730,000 people per episode, while season two had an average of 804,000 and up to a million tuned into each of the season finales. The third season started in 2007 with 735,000 viewers, Season Four premiered in 2008 with 720,000 viewers while season five in 2009, opened with over 800,000 viewers, the highest of all previous season debuts . The show is hosted by television personality, Jason Gunn and co-hosted by professional dancer, Candy Lane. All music is performed live by the "Dancing with the Stars band", led by musical director Carl Doy. TVNZ announced in November 2009 that the show would not be returning in 2010, due to the economic climate, however they may screen it again in 2011. Final Judges: Former: The following are a list of dances that contestants and their partners have performed in an episode: Season one premiered on 1 May 2005. The viewership hit around 730,000 and up to a million tuned in to the final episode of season one. It was eventually won by Norm Hewitt and his partner Carol-Ann Hickmore who won with 62.42% of the public vote with Shane coming second with 37.58%. In the semi-finals it was even closer with Norm Hewitt winning 42.81% and Shane winning 36.71% of the public vote. According

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