Tim Wilson (broadcaster)
Wilson was born in Dunedin and adopted by a Presbyterian minister who relocated the family to Pokeno and then to New Plymouth and finally Whanganui when Wilson was a teenager. Wilson studied at the University of Auckland.
Wilson was the US correspondent for One News in New York City for 10 years before returning to New Zealand in early 2012. He now produces elements for TVNZ's Breakfast and Seven Sharp as well as co-hosting the talk back programme The Two every Sunday night from 8pm to 11pm with Tim Roxborogh on Newstalk ZB.He occasionally fills in for Larry Williams on the Larry Williams Drive Programme on Newstalk ZB.
Tim Wilson is married to Rachel Wilson. The couple met in a catholic church in 2012. The couple are married and have two children. The family live in Auckland and Tim's wife Rachel is a common contributor to his Newstalk ZB programme.
Tim Wilson has published four books, all of which are sold in New Zealand and published by Victoria University Press. His first book Their Faces Were Shining was published in 2010 and his second book The Desolation Angel, a collection of short fiction, was published in 2011. News Pigs was published in 2014 with the sequel The Straight Banana published in 2016.
- Real Life interview with Tim Wilson on Newstalk ZB
- Interview on Stuff.co.nz
- Seven Sharp with Tim Wilson - Yahoo
- The Two on Newstalk ZB
- "Tim Wilson". Victoria University Press. Retrieved 16 October 2016.