Presenter Eve Palmer landed her first television job 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 got her name in the title when The 4.30 Show morphed into The Adam and Eve Show in 2016. Christchurch-raised Palmer has also worked as a field director on both documentaries and children's shows. In 2020 she created and co-starred in comical web series Good Grief, alongside her sister Grace. The two play sisters who inherit a funeral home.
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