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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.
Will getting foreign drivers to look at videos and self regulation reduce the number of fatal accidents on our roads involving tourists? Sean Plunket
Traffic lawyer Steve Cullen tells Sean Plunket anyone who dares take the keys off a dangerous driver is not protected by law unless they are acting in
Masked militant "Jihadi John," the most wanted man in the world, has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi. UK Reporter John Adderley explains what is kn
Jordan, a real life soldier, tells Sean Plunket he is ready to give his life in Iraq.
Students needing digital devices in the classroom brings new problems for teachers and parents. Patrick Walsh, chairman of the Online Safety Advisory
Former politician Sir Robert Jones remembers the late Dame Thea Muldoon and her yearning to visit to Mongolia.
United Future leader Peter Dunne says NZ can't make much of a difference in Iraq and we should think more about providing humanitarian aid rather than
Freelance kiwi war journalist Jon Stephenson claims NZ SAS troops are already in Iraq and explains what John Key means when he says "and other activit
Leading music reviewer Simon Sweetman reckons the judges of X-Factor have no critical acumen but he has the requisite amount of scruples to do it for
Tim hated both his parents and found a lifelong role-model in one of his victims.