They were Kiwis - one an electrician, the other a mathematician. Between them they played a crucial role in the destiny of Europe. Who were these heroes, what did they do and why does New Zealand not celebrate their contribution to history?
CORRESPONDENT - Ian Sinclair
PRODUCER - Max Adams
CAMERA - Ken Dorman
EDITOR - Belinda Trott
If you want to know more about New Zealand's unsung heroes of the Spanish Civil War, check out Mark Derby's book, Kiwi Companeros at: http://www.cup.canterbury.ac.nz/catalogue/kiwi_companeros.shtml
It's revolutionary, controversial and unproven. Yet Italian vascular surgeon Paolo Zamboni claims his radical treatment for multiple sclerorsis could change the lives of millions of sufferers. The medical establishment dismisses it as a mere placebo. But is it?
SUNDAY NIGHT - CH7
LIVING THE DREAM
They could have been living the ideal life in suburbia but they threw it all away on a dream. They made a movie It's a feel good story that proves you can achieve anything if you are prepared to lose everything.
CORRESPONDENT - Peter Cronshaw
PRODUCER - Jane Skinner
CAMERA - Ken Dorman and Dave Pierce
EDITOR - Will Kong