Guyon Espiner has been a leading journalist in print, television and radio for more than 20 years.
He has an intimate knowledge of politics, having spent 14 years covering Parliament, mostly for Television New Zealand, where he was Political Editor.
Television Moving to Auckland in 2012 Guyon worked for TV3, firstly as an investigative reporter for 60 Minutes and then as co-host of current affairs programmes Third Degree and The Vote.
In 2014 he switched to radio becoming co-host of Radio New Zealand's Morning Report. In 2017 Guyon conducted a series of interviews with five former New Zealand Prime Ministers in a radio and video series for RNZ, called The 9th Floor, which will also be published as a book.
Guyon continues to write profiles on leading figures in business and politics for the Listener magazine.
He is a keen runner, finishing 18 completive marathon races and lives in Mt Eden with his wife Emma and daughter Nico.