Rachel Hart

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Rachel Hart
Occupation Television producer and food blogger
Years active 1997 - Present
Television Newshub
100 Day Home (Series)
Spouse(s) Alex Breingan
(2002 - Present)
Children 2

Rachel Hart is an English-born New Zealand TV producer, food blogger and former broadcast journalist for Mediaworks.[1] Hart along with her husband Alex Breingan, are the subjects of the 2019 New Zealand renovation reality series 100 Day Renovation which is broadcast on Prime Television. Hart also serves the producer of the series.[2]

Career

Hart started her career as a freelance broadcast journalist for 2CR FM in Bournemouth, United Kingdom in 1997. During this time she also worked with 2-TEN FM and Orchard FM as a senior broadcast journalist until 2000.[no citations needed here] In 2002, Hart moved to Auckland, New Zealand with her husband Alex Breingan,[3] who also worked in broadcast radio at the time.

Hart then worked at MediaWorks New Zealand [2]as a Sub Editor and Newsreader. Hart then moved to 3News (now Newshub) as a Reporter, Presenter and Foreign Producer until 2012.[4][5]

Hart was involved with the development and launch of Choice TV which was established in 2012.[no citations needed here] In 2016, Hart worked as the senior producer for New Zealand's The Cafe morning show.[no citations needed here] Since 2010, Hart has been working with her husband Alex Breingan with their media company, Stripe Media as an operations director and television producer.[no citations needed here]

Both Rachel and Alex are the subjects for the New Zealand 2019 television renovation reality series 100 Day Renovation.[6][7] Hart serves as the producer for the show, while her husband Alex serves as executive producer.[8][2]Hart also worked on the previous 2015 series 100 Day Bach as an assistant producer.[9][2][10][11]

Hart also works on her own food blog, One Handed Baker which she has run since 2017.[no citations needed here]

Personal life

Hart has been married to television producer Alex Breingan since 2002. They have two children.[9]

See also

References

  1. Hart, Rachel (2011-09-01). "Courier drivers working dangerously long hours" (in en). Newshub. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/syspages/--headline--.html. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "SKY GO". https://www.skygo.co.nz/product/1706370. 
  3. "Ex-Lyme man makes the rigtht Choice down under" (in en). https://www.bridportnews.co.uk/news/10888382.ex-lyme-man-makes-the-rigtht-choice-down-under/. 
  4. "Radio Live. 2007-08-18. 06:00-12:00 and 16:00-18:00." (in en). https://www.ngataonga.org.nz/collections/catalogue/catalogue-item?record_id=159510. 
  5. "Public address radio. 2007-03-31 and 2007-04-21." (in en). https://www.ngataonga.org.nz/collections/catalogue/catalogue-item?record_id=160271. 
  6. "100 DAY RENOVATION" (in en-US). https://blueantmedia.com/portfolio/100-day-renovation/. 
  7. Ant, Blue. "Blue Ant International Bolsters Its Catalogue with 19 New Titles Including Three Chilling Crime Programmes" (in en-US). https://blueantmedia.com/2019/03/blue-ant-international-bolsters-its-catalogue-with-19-new-titles-including-three-chilling-crime-programmes/. 
  8. Editor. "Hamish Dodd’s home-renovation tips" (in en-US). https://www.ottawabusinessdaily.ca/2019/03/09/hamish-dodds-home-renovation-tips/. 
  9. 9.0 9.1 "Hamish Dodd's home-renovation tips" (in en). https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/tv-radio/tv-guide/111058538/hamish-dodds-home-renovation-tips. 
  10. "Local Matters - Coast becomes renovation star". https://www.localmatters.co.nz/news/31609-coast-becomes-renovation-star.html. 
  11. "PressReader.com - Your favorite newspapers and magazines.". https://www.pressreader.com/new-zealand/new-zealand-listener/20190304/282733408159248. 

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