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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.
Lawyer Craig Tuck talks to Mark Sainsbury about his client's guilty verdict in Bali overnight, and the possibility and dangers of an appeal.
Mark attempts to get answers from Minister of Consumer Affairs Paul Goldsmith on why we are paying so much for milk compared to other countries.
RadioLIVE producer Mitch Harris spotted this at Cox's Bay Reserve in the weekend - is this what we need to stop sideline violence?
Auckland Rugby boss Andy Dalton talks with Mark Sainsbury about what the Union is doing to combat sideline violence.
Sean Plunket takes a call from Jono from Greenpeace who has scaled Parliament Buildings to protest Government inaction on climate change.
Sean talks with Labour MP Iain Lees Galloway about his private members bill which would have seen the end of coat-tailing.
Four protesters carrying solar panels have been perched on a ledge high up on Parliament to call on the Government to move towards 100% renewable ener
Mark Sainsbury talks with Nigel Latta about the Arun Kumar case
Colin Craig talks to Mark Sainsbury about the storm currently swirling around the Conservative Party tea-cup and says he acknowledges he is not squeak
Sean talks with Dr Tony Fernando about why the lack of sunlight during winter brings on depression.