Join Miriama Kamo and the team as they delve into the subjects that matter to you.
Titles, characters and all other elements are the trade marks and copyright of TVNZ or its licensors. All rights reserved. Further details available here.
Want to know more about our kea? Check out the work the Kea Conservation Trust is doing: www.keaconservation.co.nz
They're ordinary people with extraordinary powers. Super recognisers make up around 1% of the population - all they need is one glimpse, and they'll remember a face forever. See how Scotland Yard is using super recognisers to catch criminals when even the most sophisticated technology fails.
A passionate conservationist and his canine companion fight together to save New Zealand's kea. Corey Mosen and Ajax, his highly-trained border collie cross, travel into remote and challenging parts of the country to track down the worlds only mountain parrot.
How good are you at recognising a face? If you’d like to test your skills as a Super Recogniser, you can take the same test featured in the program, and created by Dr David White from the University of New South Wales here: http://facetest.psy.unsw.edu.au Or check out their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/UNSWFaceTest/
Following on from Sharlene's story - if you're interested in finding out to become a donor, here is more information.
If you'd like to know about Kim & Yeshe's film project, look here - Kangyur Rinpoche Documentary: 54 Gandhi Road
Her granddaughter Sharlene has worked with parents & babies throughout NZ and around the world. What does Nana Joan have to say about modern day parenting? TONIGHT, TVNZ 1, 7.30pm.