Rapper Kanye West says he's serious about running for US
president in 2020 but noted in an interview that he has "a
lot of growing up to do" before then.
Playing a couple broken by their jobs as war
correspondents is something real-life husband and wife Jacque
Drew and Jeff Szusterman could not wait to do. Rebecca Fox
discovers a couple not afraid to work together even when the
going gets tough.
After winning widespread acclaim in 'Breaking Bad', Bryan
Cranston is tackling one of Hollywood's darkest eras,
portraying radical screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, a high profile
victim of the blacklist era of the 1940s and 50s.
Heleen du Plessis plans to head to the streets with her
beloved cello to raise funds for cello education in Otago.
Rebecca Fox discovers what is driving her plans.
As thousands of refugees flee from war-torn Syria and the
Middle East, Auckland artist Juliette Laird's work takes on
extra meaning. She tells Rebecca Fox how her work relates to
issues of migration, adaptation and taking root.
Rapper Nicki Minaj is bringing the story of her New York
upbringing to television with a comedy series for ABC Family.
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