Kent has been with Radio Sport since 1999. After slaving away for countless years he was rewarded with his first fulltime radio job producing for Graeme Hill on Afternoon Sport, the show he now hosts.
Kent's first crack at hosting however was on Night Sport, co hosting with Kath Harby-Williams as one half of the Night Riders. After three years on the night shift he moved to weekend breakfast shows until he took over the Afternoon slot and The Sports Vox was born in January 2012.
D'Arcy has been loitering at Radio Sport since 2002 and shows no sign of moving on, despite encouragement from listeners and staff alike. He's hosted most timeslots, but finds the 4-7pm show the easiest on his health.
He has never represented NZ in any discipline and has pretty much retired from all sport due to the outrageous demands placed on him by his 'spirited' 3 year old daughter.
He loves motorsport and the torment of being a Warriors and Black Caps fan. He climbed on the Breakers bandwagon when they started winning and although he calls football 'turf billiards' he loves chatting with the Phoenix lads whenever whenever they let him.
Although he has found a career and family in Auckland, where he has resided since the turn of the century, he still supports his birth province Canterbury in all domestic competitions.
Tony Veitch is one of New Zealand’s leading sports journalists, winning numerous awards. He has the respect of sportspeople and sporting officials and is known for his hard-hitting interviews.
Veitchy is a keen golfer, follower of the NRL, and loves his test cricket.
You can catch Veitchy on Sportstalk on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights from 7, on Saturday from midday to 6pm, and on The Sports Power hour on Sunday mornings at 8am
Andrew caught the broadcasting bug after hanging out with his dad at the Radio Sport office, NZBC and going to various rugby, basketball and softball games around Wellington.
His own broadcasting career began after helping out on Dunedin’s locally-produced student television show, COW TV.
After university he worked in television and radio for four years before joining TV3 to produce and present various sports shows before moving on to Sky TV and Prime where he’s been since 2005.
Currently, Andrew is the co-presenter of The Crowd Goes Wild and Crowd Goes Wild Breakfast with Mark Richardson on Prime and Radio Sport, and is commentator for the New Zealand Breakers.
Martin Devlin began his love affair with radio in the late 80s. Since then he has stacked up multiple awards for Sports Broadcaster of the Year. After a lengthy absence he has returned to Radio Sport this season in the morning 9am - midday slot, hosting The DRS. His love for Manchester United is well documented.
with Kent Johns
12pm - 4pm weekdays
The Sports Vox is all about giving you, our listeners, the chance to have your say on the big talking points in sport. 12-3pm Monday to Friday, we leave the interviews to the other shows and it's all about sport talkback. We debate the big issues, review the big games and, well, we just talk sport!Go to Show Page
With Mark Watson and Tony Veitch
7pm - 8pm weeknights
Tony Veitch and Mark Watson take your calls on anything and everything to do with sport from 7pm weeknights in Sportstalk
with Mark Watson
8pm - midnight
The Night Train brings the latest in sports news and talk, the night show keeping you company from 8pm through to midnight. Never short of opinions, the show closely follows the sporting week and we also like to have fun.
With Tony Veitch
12pm - 6pm
Keep up with the latest sporting news from around the country and around the world with Veitchy on Saturday
With Daniel McHardy
9am - Midday
With Matt Brown
6am - 9am
with Kevin Hart
6am - 8am
with Daniel McHardy
8am - 9am
with Lee Radovanovich
6pm - Midnight
Lee Radovanovich presents The End Zone every Saturday and Sunday night on Radio Sport
Midnight - 6am
Midnight to 6am Sunday and Monday
Catch all the action of the Barclay's English Premier League live on Radio Sport
with Jamie MacKay
Midday - 1pm weekdays
The Farming Show, hosted by Jamie McKay, brings together news, views and interviews on all things rural (and a few which aren’t). It’s an integral part of the farming day and can be heard throughout the country on Radio Sport and Newstalk ZB.
For more, visit FarmingShow.com
with Dominic George
5am - 6am Tuesday to Saturday
Farming First incorporates the best of the previous day’s Farming Show and some fresh stuff to kick-start your mornings. For more, visit FarmingShow.com