For Hamilton drivers, a pedestrian crossing the road is just a chance to play chicken, according to ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
Author: Andrew Johnstone
After years of to-ing and fro-ing between Hamilton and Auckland he knows the two cities and their tales well. So which one is the winner for ANDREW JOHNSTONE?
A good book, a particular filmmaker’s catalogue, a TV series – it gets under your skin and becomes an all-consuming passion/love affair that won’t let go until your done or exhausted or played out. But is binge watching a harmless time-waster, or are we all doomed. ANDREW JOHNSTONE explores.
With superstar atheist Richard Dawkins and pal Lawrence Krauss bringing their Science In The Soul tour to New Zealand this May, ANDREW JOHNSTONE thought it time to take a hard look at their documentary film, The Unbelievers.
Thrilling sub-Antarctic yarn casts French in bad light, and that’s okay by ANDREW JOHNSTONE
We Kiwis do a lot of things better than, the Aussies. Television isn’t one of them. ANDREW JOHNSTONE takes a gander at some spiffing ocker shows.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE reviews an English series that doesn’t quite seem to know what it is yet, but still manages to feel compelling.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE reports from the coalface of plastic waste. It’s not a pretty sight/site.
An old-fashioned morality play wrapped up as a whodunit, Longmire consists of six almost perfect seasons, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE charts the haphazard rise and inevitable fall of National Party leader Bill English, the ultimate empty political vessel.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE reviews a new series about an autistic savant surgeon. Believe it or not.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE chanced on Better Things by mistake and then couldn’t prevent himself from major bingeing. It comes highly recommended.