For the first episode of The Get Naomi talks to NZ Herald feature writer Kim Knight. Kim's been a writer for more than 25 years and in that time delivered a whole range of stories from the tragedy of the Pike River Mine disaster to the issue of food poverty to the story of the painter who found a dead body next to his house. In this interview Kim talks about the doggedness and curiosity needed to get the trust of your subjects, the role of the editor in modern journalism and how to write a bloody great first line.  

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