The AM Show

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The AM Show
GenreNews & Entertainment
Presented by
Country of originNew Zealand
Original language(s)English
Executive producer(s)Sarah Bristow
Production location(s)Auckland
Running time3 hours (6am–9am)
Production company(s)Mediaworks
Original networkThree
Picture formatTV
Audio formatStereo, TV
Original release13 February 2017 –
Preceded byPaul Henry
External links
Production website

The AM Show is a New Zealand morning news and talk show that airs on Three and simulcast on Magic Talk. It is presented by Duncan Garner, with news anchor Amanda Gillies, sports presenter Mark Richardson, and social media presenter Aziz Al-Sa'afin.[1]

The show replaced Paul Henry after it was announced the frontman of the show, Paul Henry, was resigning and therefore the show was going to be replaced. The announcement was made by MediaWorks in November 2016, and Paul Henry last aired on 16 December 2016. The show's reporters consist of Sam Farrell and Shannon Redstall in Auckland, Eleisha Foon in Wellington, and Erin Speedy in Christchurch.

It premiered on 13 February 2017.



Tenure Presenter
13 February 2017–present Duncan Garner

News presenter[edit]

Tenure Presenter
13 February 2017–present Amanda Gillies

Sports presenter[edit]

Tenure Presenter
13 February 2017–present Mark Richardson

Social media presenter[edit]

Tenure Presenter
13 February 2017–present Aziz Al-Sa'afin

Backup presenters[edit]

Role Presenter
Presenter Eric Young Ryan Bridge
News presenter Ingrid Hipkiss Melissa Davies Nadine Higgins Sacha McNeil Carly Flynn
Sports presenter Melodie Robinson Nicky Styris Sam Ackerman Gemma McCaw
Social media presenter Shannon Redstall


  1. ^ "Duncan Garner's co-hosts for The AM Show: Amanda Gillies and Mark Richardson". Retrieved 15 January 2017.

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