Paul Henry (TV programme)

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Paul Henry
GenreNews & Entertainment
StarringPaul Henry
Ingrid Hipkiss
Jim Kayes
Verity Johnson
Country of originNew Zealand
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Sarah Bristow
Production location(s)Auckland
Camera setup6 multi-cam
Running time3 hours
Production company(s)Mediaworks
Release
Original networkTV3
Picture formatTV
Audio formatStereo, TV
Original release7 April 2015 (2015-04-07) –
16 December 2016 (2016-12-16)
External links
Website
Production website

Paul Henry is a New Zealand morning news and talk show that aired weekdays on TV3 and was simulcast on Radio Live. It is presented by Paul Henry, with news anchor Ingrid Hipkiss and sports anchor Jim Kayes.

The initial incarnation following Henry's move from TVNZ to Mediaworks was a late night news program entitled The Paul Henry Show, which debuted on 27 January 2014 on TV3 to replace the former late night news show Nightline.[1] TV3 announced the show was going to move into the morning timeslot in late 2014 and was replaced by Newsworthy.

Paul Henry resigned from his morning post in November 2016, and last aired on 16 December 2016. It was replaced by The AM Show in February 2017, which is hosted by Duncan Garner.

Presenters[edit]

Anchors[edit]

Tenure Presenter
7 April 2015 – 16 December 2016 Paul Henry

News anchor[edit]

Tenure Presenter
7 April 2015 – 27 May 2016 Hilary Barry
30 May 2016 – 16 December 2016 Ingrid Hipkiss

Sports anchor[edit]

Tenure Presenter
7 April 2015 – 16 December 2016 Jim Kayes

Social media presenter[edit]

Tenure Presenter
7 April 2015 – 25 September 2015 Perlina Lau
28 September 2015 – 4 March 2016 Charlotte Ryan
7 March 2016 – 16 December 2016 Verity Johnson

Backup presenters[edit]

Anchor[edit]

Newsreader[edit]

Sports anchor[edit]

Social media presenter[edit]

  • Aziz Al-Saafin
  • Gracie Taylor

History[edit]

The Paul Henry Show[edit]

The Paul Henry Show premiered on 27 January 2014 from 10:35 p.m. to 11:15 p.m. with Paul Henry as the show's host, and Janika ter Ellen as the news anchor, with Fiona McMillan as the show's executive producer. Labour Party leader David Cunliffe and Prime Minister John Key were both interviewed on the episode.

Henry kicked off the interview with Cunliffe by stating "I'd never vote for you", and teased Cunliffe on his misspelling of Lorde on Twitter, as Cunliffe spelt it as "Lord" when he tweeted congratulating her on her Grammy Awards.[2] Key only managed to name three native New Zealand birds in the '9 in 10' challenge, where participants have to answer a question with 9 answers in 10 seconds. Henry asked Key to name native New Zealand birds, with Key naming tui, kiwi, kakapo, and "some kind of pigeon".[3]

At the end of 2014 an announcement was made that Paul Henry will move to presenting a morning news show and as a result this marked the end for The Paul Henry Show. The final show aired on 19 December 2014. The replacement evening show called Newsworthy replaced the late night show.[4]

Paul Henry[edit]

The new breakfast show presented by Paul Henry first aired 7 April 2015. The new breakfast show is broadcast live from a purpose-built hybrid radio/television studio at MediaWorks’ Flower Street offices. It replaced both Firstline on TV3 and the breakfast show on RadioLIVE. It's New Zealand's first cross-platformed show.[5]

The morning show, entitled Paul Henry, is hosted by Paul Henry, Ingrid Hipkiss, Verity Johnson and Jim Kayes. The show covers local and international news, including sport, weather and much more. The show airs across TV3, RadioLIVE, mobile devices and the internet and is broadcast weekdays 6am-9am. On the first episode, Paul was joined by Prime Minister John Key, Kiwi musician Brooke Fraser and Rocket Lab founder Glenn Martin.

Studio[edit]

Both versions of the show broadcast from TV3's Flower Street headquarters from studio 3 which was refitted between the late night show ending and the morning show beginning, the morning edition studio was designed by Jago design who also designed the main Newshub studio in 2016, Studio 3 was home to Ice TV.

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