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Duncan Garner Starts Monday on Radio Live ‘Drive’

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Friday 30 November, 2012

Duncan Garner Starts Monday on Radio Live ‘Drive’


RadioLIVE’s new DRIVE show begins on Monday 3 December, with Duncan Garner as host of the 3pm-6pm programme.

The face of 3 News’ political reporting for nearly ten years, Duncan is trading in the halls of parliament for the RadioLIVE studio. His new show will mix current affairs and breaking news with a range of entertaining and popular features, including the latest in food, wine, gardening, music, and film.

Garner’s infectious energy and enthusiasm, combined with a razor sharp intellect and the ability to get to the bottom of every story, means weekday afternoons are guaranteed to entertain and inform.

Duncan Garner says: "I can't wait to rip into it quite frankly. The programme will hold the decision makers to account and we'll have a heap of fun and laughs along the way. If you're looking for relevancy and irreverence, tune in."

Alongside his RadioLIVE duties, Duncan Garner will co-host new TV3 current affairs programme 3rd Degree, which starts in 2013.

ENDS

DRIVE with Duncan Garner: 3pm-6pm weekdays on RadioLIVE.


MediaWorks NZ Limited (website: www.mediaworks.co.nz) is New Zealand’s leading private sector broadcast and online media company. Through its specialist divisions – MediaWorks TV, MediaWorks Radio and MediaWorks Interactive, it owns and operates the TV3 and FOUR television networks, national radio brands The Edge, The Rock, MORE FM, Kiwi FM, RadioLIVE, LiveSPORT, The Sound, The Breeze, George FM and Mai FM, plus several local radio stations, and a family of websites.


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