What just happened, and what’s coming up next…
Friday 26 May:
RNZ National: “The Panel” – Michele joins host Jim Mora for a chat about the day’s news from 3.45pm to 5pm.
Saturday 27 May:
Radio Live: Home & Garden Show – Michele chats with Tony Murrell about work, life and gardening. 9.20am The bit about gardening will be short. Spoiler alert: potted herbs.
Friday 30 June:
RNZ National: Michele joins Te Radar to talk about the week’s news (the stuff you might have missed and wish you hadn’t) with Kathryn Ryan from 11.45am.
And from the archives – back in February 2016, I spent a week reading my book out loud on RNZ National. The links to each episode are here.
Monday 15 February:
RNZ National: Michele reads from her book, “Stuff I Forgot To Tell My Daughter” at 10.45am Episode 1 of 5
Tuesday 16 February:
RNZ National: Michele reads from her book, “Stuff I Forgot To Tell My Daughter” at 10.45am Episode 2 of 5
Wednesday 17 February:
RNZ National: Michele reads from her book, “Stuff I Forgot To Tell My Daughter” at 10.45am Episode 3 of 5
Thursday 18 February:
RNZ National: Michele reads from her book, “Stuff I Forgot To Tell My Daughter” at 10.45am Episode 4 of 5
Friday 19 February:
RNZ National: Michele reads from her book, “Stuff I Forgot To Tell My Daughter” at 10.45am Episode 5 of 5
Sunday 11 June – “What’s Love Got To Do With It?”
Michele and her On The Rag pod-sisters Alex Casey & Leonie Hayden have a chat about weddings, marriage, frocks and feminism at Highwic House, 2pm.
Friday 16 June – Classic Comedy Club
Michele features in the 8pm show.
Sunday 18 June – “Feminists Are Funny”
At Q Theatre in the big room, Michele hosts a comedy show to raise funds for the Auckland Women’s Centre, 7pm. We held the first show a year ago at the Classic and it sold out in minutes so grab your tickets for Rangatira now. Featuring Justine Smith, Irene Pink and many more.
Are you kidding? A woman over 50 on TV? Go on, make a list of them…
Every Saturday Michele the magazine features two columns – one written by Michele, the other by Jeremy Elwood, on current social issues. Expect different perspectives but not necessarily a lot of fighting. Your Weekend is the award-winning magazine insert which arrives with The Press, The DomPost and the Waikato Times. Some of these will also be posted on Michele’s “Writing” page.