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Sean Plunket is a broadcaster, columnist, writer, TV reporter and presenter and now weekday morning host on RadioLIVE, promising the most entertaining mix of good-natured, thought-provoking talkback.
Michelle Boag and Mike Williams digest Russel Norman’s sudden resignation from the Green Party co-leadership
RadioLIVE political editor Jessica Williams on Russel Norman's shock resignation.
Dr Philip Catton joins Sean Plunket to talk about the standard of debate in New Zealand.
Sean Plunket speaks with Christchurch Obesity Surgeon Steven Kelly and learns there is nothing that reverses diabetes as well as surgery. Drugs only
Sean Plunket talks with Major Sue Hay, Director Social Policy & Parliamentary Unit at the Salvation Army.
She says yesterday's social policy announce
Sean Plunket talks with Housing Minister Paula Bennett about the government’s new social housing programme announced yesterday. She says, for her, its
Sean Plunket says people “shouting him down” over his Eleanor Catton comments are doing themselves a disservice.
Sean Plunket speaks with Winston Peters about his call for a ban on foreign students working here and Eleanor Catton's comments on New Zealand.
Eleanor Catton’s attack on New Zealand is appalling, Sean Plunket says.
Ashley Brown plays a cello made in 1762 and every time he travels by aircraft he needs to buy an extra seat for his cello to ensure its safety. Proble