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December 3, 2019 38 mins
A Few Good Men, the podcast proudly bought to you by the bloody great New Zealanders at the Movember Foundation and Radio Hauraki. 
In Episode 18 we talk to the man now known as the ‘First Man of NZ’, Clarke Gayford.
Clarke has from the very beginning lived a full life and still does with his hit TV show Fish of the Day. From humble beginnings on a remote Gisborne farm, Clark spent his childhood fishing, moved to Palmerston North Boy’s High then Otago University before his passion for television and media brought on a move to Christchurch. He is a man who has seen a few sights and taken the learnings in the process.
In this episode we go in-depth with Clarke on this journey, how he began his career, his success in television and radio, his love of fishing, the experience of fatherhood, particularly in such a spotlight, and go on to talk men’s health, what he does to keep his in check, and his thoughts on where we are at and where we are going as a country.
A Few Good Men - Men of More Words - Clarke Gayford

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