Bomber Bradbury

By Matt Nippert In Commentary

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25th June, 2005
He was christened "Bomber" for his bombast in the mid-90s, and it's proved so accurate that Martyn Bradbury has fallen by the wayside. Since working at age 17 for Farmers, where he was awarded a certificate for selling more than $22,000 of appliances in a day, he has moved in alternative circles. A former talkback host on the now-defunct Channel Z and editor of Auckland student rag Craccum in 1995 and 1997, he now edits Rip It Up and plays frontman for TV3's hidden-camera show Stakeout. The Listener dropped in on quite possibly New Zealand's most opinionated man at his home, where Marx, Che ...

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