Sunday is TVNZs premier weekly in-depth current affairs show.
In 2010 each episode of Sunday was watched by over a million Kiwis - making it the number one current affairs programme on New Zealand television.
It is also the most watched popular current affairs programme among its target audience of 25-54 year olds.
The show brings viewers award-winning investigations on the stories that matter from a team of the country's most experienced TV journalists - John Hudson, Janet McIntyre and Ian Sinclair.
In 2010 Sunday took the Qantas Awards for:
Best Current Affairs Reporting Discourse with a Dictator - an exclusive interview with Frank Bainiranama
Best Current Affairs Series.
Among the cutting edge stories of 2010 were:
Mike Kings expose into NZs pig farming practices
Radio personality couple JJ and Doms intimate journey through IVF treatment
Forced and underage marriages of young women among NZs ethnic communities
Aramoana 10 years on the son of the slain policeman breaks his silence and another cop relives the moment he confronted and killed David Gray
Hunting accidents and the exclusive heart-wrenching apology from the young man who pulled the trigger and shot dead Rosemary Ives
Pike River mine, the explosion and aftermath - the miners speak to Sunday
Sunday - Where there's a story, we'll find it.
Sunday, 7.30 TV ONE