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Mark Sainsbury Joins Radio Live

Mark Sainsbury Joins Radio Live

Mark Sainsbury has signed with RadioLIVE to host Sunday Mornings with Mark Sainsbury (6am-11am).

Sunday Mornings with Mark Sainsbury takes a look back at the major news events of the week, previews the week ahead and interviews a diverse range of engaging subjects. The 9am Soundtrack to Your Life feature takes an in-depth look at the lives and musical influences of well-known New Zealanders with Winston Peters in the hot seat this weekend.

Mark Sainsbury says: “There’s probably nothing I hate more than having to get up early on a Sunday morning – but even I think it’s worth it to catch the exciting mix of contributors to RadioLIVE, whether it’s dealing with financial infidelity or the music that shapes people’s lives.

“Given the line-up RadioLIVE already boasts, there is nowhere that’s a better fit for me than joining the accomplished and opinionated team that changes the way we listen to radio.”

Jana Rangooni, General Manager – Talk Brands for MediaWorks Radio says: “Mark has been filling in on the Sunday morning slot since the departure of Wallace Chapman in March, and his personality and experience as a broadcaster are real assets to the station.

“I’m delighted to have secured him to join our incredibly talented line up of broadcasters.”

Mark Sainsbury is one of New Zealand’s most experienced journalists. He hosted daily current affairs programme Close Up for six years, and is a former foreign correspondent and political editor for One News. The award-winning presenter has interviewed world figures from every spectrum including every New Zealand Prime Minister and opposition leader since Rob Muldoon. His passion for classic cars and bikes, food and wine are well known.

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