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New Zealand mayor sets longest interview record

New Zealand,Media, Mon, 30 Apr 2012 IANS

Auckland, April 30 (IANS/RIA Novosti) A mayor in New Zealand has set a new Guinness World Record for the longest non-stop televised interview.


Tim Shadbolt, mayor of the southern town of Invercargill, talked for 26 hours and four seconds, the broadcaster NewstalkZB reported.


Shadbolt and interviewer Tom Conroy were given a certificate by a representative from the Guinness World Records for the "interviewathon".


The interview was designed to raise funds for first aid group St. John ambulance.


The previous record, set in Spain in 2009, was 12 hours and 30 seconds.


Shadbolt discussed a variety of matters, "including his many, varied, and colourful past lives", NewstalkZB said.


The event, which was aired live, was also the longest one-on-one interview on any media and the longest single event on New Zealand TV, Conroy said.


--IANS/RIA Novosti




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