By Duncan Wilson
Prime Minister John Key made a visit to RadioLIVE today; his first since the much-discussed "Prime Minister's Hour" last September.
A very casual PM arrived just after midday, walked straight into the studio, where hosts Willie Jackson and Rodney Hide were preparing to start their programme, and began chatting with them like old mates. Which, I suppose they all are.
"Is there life after politics?" Key asked Hide, briefly while the intro music played.
The interview began with a chat about Kim Dotcom before the subject quickly moved on to National's welfare reforms.
During the first ad-break, Key stood up and made full use of the radio station's leisure facilities, helping himself to a game of darts in the studio. He even took out a bullseye.