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Screentalk Interview with Ruud Kleinpaste

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Published on Sep 2, 2012

Originally from Holland, world famous "Bug Man" Ruud Kleinpaste has called New Zealand home for over 30 years. His TV career began in 1990, hosting farming documentary series The Enduring Land. He soon made a name for himself talking about bugs on children's programmes The Early Bird Show and What Now?. Kleinpaste was then a primetime regular on TVNZ's long-running gardening series Maggie's Garden Show. Making the four-part documentary series The Bug House with producer Bryan Bruce led to international success with Animal Planet's World's Biggest Baddest Bugs.

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