Presenter Eve Palmer landed her first job in television in 2009 when she became a field reporter for TVNZ's The Erin Simpson Show. When the youth programme was renamed The 4.30 Show in 2014, Palmer moved into the presenting seat. The daughter of TV producers Janine Morrell-Gunn and Tony Palmer, Eve became centre focus of The 4.30 Show when it morphed into The Adam and Eve Show in 2016. Adam Percival and Palmer currently host a Saturday morning ZM radio show with the same name as their TV programme. Christchurch-raised Palmer has also done some acting.

There are heaps of other things I want to try. I would like to go to the Olympics as an equestrian. People don’t think that’s possible, but Mark Todd was 28 at his first Olympics and now he’s 60! Eve Palmer on a life outside television presenting, Woman's Day, 9 November 2016
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The Adam and Eve Show

2016 - 2017, Presenter - Television

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The 4.30 Show - Bloopers

2015, Presenter - Television

This after school show on TV2 delivered celebrities, music, sport, fashion and interviews for the YouTube generation. In the show's closing stages it was presented by Eve Palmer (The Erin Simpson Show) and Adam Percival (What Now?). In this 2015 bloopers reel Adam and Eve fluff their lines, get the giggles and show off impromptu dance moves. Eve goes cross-eyed, while Adam gets a swear word beeped out and attempts to play ‘April Sun in Cuba’ on a recorder. The 4.30 Show morphed into The Adam and Eve Show in 2016, before heading to ZM radio the following year.  

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The 4.30 Show

2014 - 2015, Presenter - Television

This daily after school show for young audiences covered celebrities, music, movies, sport, fashion and interviews. Content for the YouTube generation included cross-media segments like ‘Snackchat’ (make a meal in the Snapchat time limit), and ‘Hundy on a Mundy’ (viewers complete unpleasant tasks for prizes). It was made by Kiwi kids television powerhouse Whitebait TV for TV2. The show's presenters included Eve Palmer, Michael Lee, musician Massad Barakat-Devine and Adam Percival (What Now?). In 2016 it became The Adam and Eve Show, then shifted to ZM radio.

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Jawbone

2013, As: Celeste - Television

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Couples (pilot show)

2009, As: Alison - Television

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The Erin Simpson Show

2009,2010 - 2012, Field Reporter, Presenter, Research, Writer - Television

From 2009 to 2013, The Erin Simpson Show was a staple of TVNZ’s after school programming. The magazine format took in interviews (including Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez), mini-soaps,  competitions, social media and reports covering fashion, sport and entertainment. Presenter Erin Simpson hosted over 770 episodes, and was a familiar face to a generation of Kiwi kids. The show’s many reporters included actor Kimberley Crossman, singer Ruby Frost, rugby player Isaac Ross, and conservationist Nicola Toki. The show was produced by Whitebait TV (now Whitebait Media).

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Closer

2008, As: Alice

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Fatal Attraction

2008, Actor

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What Now?

2010, As: Camilla the Gorilla - Television

What Now? is a long-running entertainment show for primary school-aged children. Filmed before a live studio audience on weekend mornings, What Now? is a New Zealand TV institution; it was the first TV show to have live phone-ins. The series is known for its challenges that sometimes result in participants being 'gunged'. A roll-call of presenters includes Steve Parr, Danny Watson, Simon Barnett, Jason Gunn, Michelle A'Court, Tamati Coffey, Antonia Prebble, and more. 'Get out of your Lazy Bed' by Matt Bianco is the theme song memorable to generations of Kiwi kids.