English-born Rawdon Christie studied journalism at the prestigious London College of Printing, following a music degree at Edinburgh University. Having done a stint in NZ as a teacher, the ex-BBC reporter returned here in 2003 to file stories for One News. He has since worked on Close Up, hosted political chat show Agenda, and presented the local version of Dragon’s Den. In 2012 he was made co-host of TV One’s Breakfast.
I smile at them. But possibly one of the best techniques is just to wait and see if your interviewee is going to add anything else. Rawdon Christie on his interview technique for political talk show Agenda, in a July 2007 Stuff interview
2013, Subject - Television
2008, As: Reporter - Television
2005 - 2007, Stand-in Presenter, Reporter - Television
2006, Presenter - Television
2011 - ongoing , Presenter - Television
2003 - 2008, Reporter - Television