With a delicious box of Munchkins in the safety of The Spinoff podcast studio, the On the Rag team huddle together to reflect on the month of March (it's late, we know). Topics for this month include how Alex tracked down Dr Dan the period man, Michele's preparation for talking to Roxanne Gay and Leonie's tips for saying "no".
We are all about Scooby Doo, ABBA and cords this week, as Alex, Leonie and Michele meet in 1972 to talk about equal pay between men and women in New Zealand. From dissecting the 1972 Equal Pay Act to hyping each other up about asking for money, we table the tense issue of women and pay over chocolate biscuits.
With a much-needed glass of bubbles, and in the safe bunker of The Spinoff podcast studio, the On the Rag team huddle together in horror to talk about the first month of 2017. Topics for this month include top kiwi blokes Jimi Jackson and The Mad Butcher, what to do after protesting in the Women's Marches and the importance of intersectionality in feminism. And, of course, President T****.
For the final Christmas episode of On the Rag, the gang look at the highs and lows for women in 2016.
It's the last episode of On the Rag, a podcast for people who consider themselves feminists every day of the week and definitely understand the dictionary definition of the word. To toast the year that was – with help from cheap bubbles and our sponsors at BON tampons – Alex, Leonie Michele look at the best and worst from 2016 and announce the lucky winner of our BON tampons-for-a-year competition.
Remember Trump? Paul Henry? Kevin Richards? Bono winning the woman of the year? It's not all doom and gloom though, as we shine lights on the glimmering yas queens who made the world a little brighter in the dark hellscape that was 2016.
Every month host Alex Casey is joined by comedian/writer Michele A’Court and Mana magazine editor Leonie Hayden to discuss what happened in the world of women over the preceding four weeks. Better late than never, they return with help from their legendary sponsors at BON tampons and dressed by the costume wizards at First Scene.
It's been a few weeks since T**** became the President, so the On the Rag team assemble over some delicious cakes to talk business. How effective is White Ribbon Week? How in fresh hell is abortion still illegal? And why is liquid eyeliner such a treacherous battle? Leonie talks about being in the room for Aaradhna's Earth-shattering speech at the VNZMAs, Michele shares her experience of banning men from a Facebook thread and Alex tells you what to do when your cat escapes a new house.
This month, our three raggers reflect on what feels like a flaming month from hell including Paul Henry's take on titties, Max Key's twisted idea of "real men" and how New World screwed up in a big way. If that wasn't enough, Wonder Woman has made it to the UN and Bono won the woman of the year. Oh, and Trump.
Thankfully, it's not all bad news. We are stoked to announce that On the Rag is now sponsored by the Kiwi legends at BON tampons. To all our beautiful bleeding listeners, please check them out for 100% New Zealand, 100% organic tampons delivered directly to your door – it's about the coolest tip we can ever offer you.
This month, host Alex Casey is joined by comedian and writer Michele A’Court and Mana magazine editor Leonie Hayden to talk about what September held for women in New Zealand and the world. Listen as they reflect on what Trump says about gender politics, how baking soda can solve almost anything and why New Zealand definitely doesn't need a Minister for Men.
Pour yourself a glass of Prosecco and get involved with the official hashtag #otrpod.
On The Rag Special 2: Night sweats and pill woes with Madeleine Sami and Laura Daniel from Funny Girls
A rare experimental edition of On the Rag featuring Laura Daniel and Madeleine Sami, two key players in TV3's female-driven sketch comedy Funny Girls.
In this special edition of On the Rag, Alex Casey chats to Madeleine Sami (director) and Laura Daniel (writer and star) of Funny Girls ahead of the second season. What does it take to make good funny telly? How do you deal with online haters? Can someone cure night sweats already or do we all have to drown?