Paul Casserly has been involved in broadcasting since being lured by the post-punk rumble leaking from the dank rooms of Radio B, at Auckland University, in the late 1980s. A stint as a panel operator on a nostalgia show at 1ZB gave him a taste for early recordings and late nights, and for the meandering genius of the callers. As writer and director of the TV series Eating Media Lunch, he wallowed in the entrails of our media for the best part of a decade but has always been drawn back to radio. "It's a love/hate relationship" he says, before hanging up.
Jodie Molloy was born in Auckland and now lives in Cambridge (UK). She studied Creative Writing at the University of Cambridge where she’s won accolades including the Florence Staniforth Prize and second place in the Michael Holyrod Recreative Fiction award. She’s written for several award-winning television shows in Australia and New Zealand and is an established playwright and regular media broadcaster and columnist in New Zealand. She consults as a script editor and has recently become a part time screenwriting teacher at Cambridge.