Paul Henry needs little introduction.
One of New Zealand’s most recognisable broadcasters, he is sometimes labelled controversial, is definitely outspoken, and has been a mainstay on our airwaves and televisions for around the last three decades.
He is now semi-retired and splits his time between New Zealand, the US, London and his boat, Olive.
But it’s his love for the stars and stripes that has brought about his third book, I’m in a United State.
Just days out from the momentous US election, Henry joined Francesca Rudkin in studio to discuss his love of America, what he thinks will happen with the election - and why he wrote the book in the first place.