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Stacey Daniels Morrison: Versatile broadcaster...

Stacey Daniels Morrison: Versatile broadcaster...

Interviews - 2011

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Stacey Daniels Morrison began her TV career on What Now?, presenting a weekly cooking segment while still at high school. After missing out on a role at Ice TV to Petra Bagust, she joined current affairs series Marae, which helped her discover her Māori heritage. She then moved to fledgling music show Mai Time, where she found herself at the forefront of a change in the way Māori culture was portrayed on screen. Morrison has moved between presenting and working behind-the-scenes, on everything from Guess Who's Coming to Dinner to SportsCafe. She is also a radio broadcaster.

In this ScreenTalk interview, Morrison talks about:

  • How theatresports at school got her her first gig
  • How Peter Hayden helped correct her Māori pronunciation
  • Why Mai Time came along at the right time
  • Why she finds the buzz of live TV so addictive
  • How she can't believe she gets paid for making It's in the Bag

This video was first uploaded on 10 May 2011, and is available under this Creative Commons licence. This licence is limited to use of ScreenTalk interview footage only and does not apply to any video content and photographs from films, television, music videos, web series and commercials used in the interview.

Interview, Camera and Editing - Clarke Gayford