Listen to Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden and Michele A’Court tackle the age-old conundrum: how do you cope with Christmas without exploding?
Listen to Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden and Michele A’Court tackle the past month in women, news and popular culture.
In this special edition podcast, the On the Rag team do a roadie to the Spark festival in Hamilton to talk creativity and struggles.
We talk the past month in New Zealand including high schoolers doing good, how to take care on Twitter and chatting to the man who is going to solve period woes forever.
In the latest episode of On the Rag, Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden and Michele A'Court assemble in front of a live audience for this International Women's Day special.
In a special edition of On the Rag, the gang travel back in time to talk about the Equal Pay Act of 1972, and how men and women are still not paid the same in 2017.
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.
Our On the Rag podcast team have an emergency meeting to discuss what the fuck happened to the world this week, how to cope and what to do next.
Join us in our podcast locker room as we talk Paul Henry, pussy grabbing, and why it feels like the world is pranking women in 2016.
Join us for the podcast equivalent of an eye-roll as we talk toxic rugby, lipsticks and having the confidence of a mediocre white man.
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.
We survived the gold medal sexism of the Olympics and much more to bring you this month's bumper 80 minute episode of despair.
Alex, Leonie and Michele lift the lid on online abuse, scream about Trump and pour one out for Leslie Jones and the Ghostbusters gang.
They're back to cast their gaze over June and how it went for women, including impossible tennis outfits and more bad men on the radio.
Alex Casey is joined by comedian and writer Michele A’Court and Mana magazine editor Leonie Hayden to talk about what May held for women in New Zealand and around the world.