Justin Gregory

Justin Gregory is a senior producer inside the Podcasts and Series team has worked for Radio New Zealand National since 2005. His time at RNZ has seen him recording on icebergs in the South Pacific, alongside humpback whales in Tonga, from inside the world’s oldest observatory and while standing outside the Pope’s bedroom. He received the NZ Radio Award for Best New Broadcaster in 2007, won the award for Best Documentary in 2014 and was a finalist in that category in 2009.

Jun 9, 2018

The only way to pay? Charting the history and future demise of Eftpos

For close to three decades, EFTPOS has been New Zealand's preferred payment method. But how long will it last? Justin Gregory for RNZ looks back on the growth of electronic banking and what comes next.

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Aug 21, 2017

An oral history of the time Colin Meads played rugby with a broken arm

Three All Blacks who were there the day Sir Colin Meads famously played on with a broken arm recall the game for RNZ Eyewitness producer Justin Gregory.

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Jun 24, 2017

The Pill: Women, contraception and the myth of sexual freedom in 1960s New Zealand

In 1961, the ‘Pill’ became available in New Zealand and women’s lives were changed forever. Being able to control your fertility was now a matter of choice. But not everyone was judged worthy of making that choice.

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