Bob Leahy (broadcaster)

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Bob Leahy is a New Zealand radio and television broadcaster.

He started broadcasting with pirate radio station Radio Hauraki, on its first day of transmission, in 1966, in a pocket of international water, within New Zealand's Hauraki Gulf.[1]

Leahy has voiced many radio shows and news segments over the years, as well as hosting several television shows, in New Zealand.

He currently is employed by Newstalk ZB, a news and talkback station affiliated with the modern Radio Hauraki. His voice can still be heard announcing the news, some 45 years later, on Radio Hauraki.

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  1. ^ "Radio Hauraki rules the waves". New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Retrieved 2010-01-07.