- Paul Henry (New Zealand)
Paul Henry is a
New Zealandradio and television broadcaster. He was born in 1960 in Auckland, and in 1971 moved with his mother to Bristol, England, where he finished his education, winning a drama school scholarship.
Television and Radio
It was in Britain that he first ventured into the media, working for BBC Radio & Television and on ‘The World Around Us’ with Sir
David Attenborough. When he went back to his home he worked for National Radio and TVNZin almost every position – producer, breakfast host, network newsreader and as a senior manager, also working in the corporate sector as a manager and in marketing. Paul is TVNZ’s Breakfast Host (along with Pippa Wetzell) from 6:30am – 9am on TV One and he hosts the Drive Show from 4pm – 6pm on RadioLIVE. He now also hosts the New Zealand version of This Is Your Life, which started up again in 2007 after a hiatus of seven years. In addition, he occasionally fills in for Mark Sainsbury as a backup presenter on the current affairs show, Close Up.
In 1999 he ran unsuccessfully for the National Party in the relatively safe seat of Wairarapa and lost the seat to
Georgina Beyer, the first transsexual MP elected in the world. [ [http://www.planetout.com/news/article-print.html?1999/11/28/1 Election article.] ]
In recent years he has returned to journalism and received considerable attention for his work as a foreign correspondent.He has reported extensively on conflicts, famines, wars and world events. Paul has also worked for a number of international aid agencies, including
World Vision, while doing his journalistic/correspondency job.
Paul has owned his own companies. He has been in commercial investment, developed properties and set up his own successful commercial radio station.
Paul Henry has a wife and three daughters. Paul says he enjoys spending time with his children, fishing and gardening, outside of the long hours of work.
* [http://tvnz.co.nz/view/page/436998 Biography of Paul Henry on the TVNZ Web site]
* [http://tvnz.co.nz/view/page/1160955 Interview with Paul Henry on the TVNZ Web site, principally on his role in This Is Your Life]
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