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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.
To mark the centenary of World War I, the Royal New Zealand Ballet is collaborating with the New Zealand Army Band, distinguished New Zealand composer
Sean talks with serial litigant Graham McCready about taking the Prime Minister to court over Ponytail-gate
Sean Plunket talks with women's advocate Catriona MacLennan about ponytailgate.
Sean talks with writer Harold Mitchell about a merger between Australia and New Zealand
How would you like people in New Zealand to give you half weekly wages?
Minister for Women Louise Upston talks to Sean Plunket about Wicked Campers and why nothing can be done to stop the company's offensive slogans.
Motor Caravan Association chief executive Bruce Lachore says Wicked Campers is the last thing we need.
Sean talks with Human Rights Commissioner Jackie Blue about Wicked Campers
Hilary Barry is one of many who has complained to the Advertising Standards Authority about Wicked Campers’ slogans.
The Advertising Standards Authority has received 15 complaints about Wicked Campers, but is powerless to do anything about it, Chief Executive Hilary