Julie Hill meets some of the passionate souls who love to teach the world to sing, as well as play various musical instruments.
Following in the footsteps of a couple of live music promoters and see what it takes to provide music to the masses.
Kirsten Johnstone meets bands packing out venues on the back of other acts' catalogues.
Uncovering the reality behind the myths of the tub-thumping wild ones.
Richard Wain meets the people who look after international touring musicians.
Featuring P-Money, Scratch 22 and Fire + Ice and behind the scenes of their industry for a nuts and bolts look at beat making.
Kirsten Johnstone goes undercover to find out what makes this strange breed tick.
Julie Hill talks to the people who enhance sound with vision.
Kirsten Johnstone meets some of the people who compose music for younger listeners in New Zealand.
Julie Hill meets the brave musicians who perform on the footpath for money, the hope of being discovered or just out of sheer enjoyment.
The Secret Life of Roadies redresses the balance, presenting untold tales of road-honed roadies and the in and outs of their daily/nightly grind as they attempt to get the best out of venues and performers.
Julie Hill steps inside the loud, drunken and often atonal world of karaoke. Karaoke was introduced to the western world in the 90s. Now karaoke bars, with their vinyl-covered songbooks and loops of irrelevant video, are a staple of New Zealand life. Secret ambitions are fulfilled and limited talent is no object…