Overnight with Michael McLaren

Saturday 12:00am to 5:00am
Sunday 12:00am to 6:00am
Michael began his radio career at 2GB in 2006 as the call-vetter for the Summer Mid-Dawn show. In 2007, 2GB asked him to join the team permanently and he accepted the role of Executive Producer of all Evening and Night programming, working alongside the likes of Murray Wilton, Philip Clarke and Brian Wilshire for just over 4 years. His on-air career commenced full-time in 2011, when he was invited to host the Australia Overnight programme; a job which he's loved doing ever since.
 
 

Michael McLaren speaks with Rodney Cavalier, ALP historian and former NSW Labor minister, who declares unions won't lose sleep over Bill Shorten's party reforms.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 23.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 22.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 21.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 18.

Michael McLaren speaks with John Kaye, NSW Greens MP, who discusses the murky world of lobbyists.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 17.

Michael McLaren speaks with Lynne Wilkinson, CEO of Ausbuy, who discusses the perils of Free Trade Agreements.

Michael McLaren speaks with Dr. Keith Suter, Managing Director of the Global Directions Think Tank, who discusses the escalating situation between Ukraine and Russia.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 16.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 15.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 14.

Michael McLaren speaks with Dr. Frank Salter, an urban anthropologist, who explains why ethnic lobbies are fighting to keep section 18C.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 6.

Michael McLaren speaks with Professor Alastair Blanshard, Chair of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Queensland, who discusses daylight saving and sport.

Michael McLaren speaks with Naturopath Russell Setright, discussing health and wellbeing issues.

Michael McLaren speaks with Terry McCrann, News Corp columnist, who discusses the future of the Australian economy.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 5.

Michael McLaren speaks with Clo Schofield, spokeswoman from Students Thinking Outside Borders, who is holding a protest outside Villawood hoping to disrupt the transfer of 45 asylum seekers to Northam and Curtin detention centres.

Michael McLaren speaks with Gerard Henderson, Executive Director of The Sydney Institute, who discusses the left, the ABC, the 1970s and paedophilia.

Michael McLaren speaks with Rodney Cavalier, ALP historian and former NSW Labor minister, who declares unions won't lose sleep over Bill Shorten's party reforms.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 23.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 22.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 21.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 18.

Michael McLaren speaks with John Kaye, NSW Greens MP, who discusses the murky world of lobbyists.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 17.

Michael McLaren speaks with Lynne Wilkinson, CEO of Ausbuy, who discusses the perils of Free Trade Agreements.

Michael McLaren speaks with Dr. Keith Suter, Managing Director of the Global Directions Think Tank, who discusses the escalating situation between Ukraine and Russia.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 16.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 15.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 14.

Michael McLaren speaks with Dr. Frank Salter, an urban anthropologist, who explains why ethnic lobbies are fighting to keep section 18C.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 6.

Michael McLaren speaks with Professor Alastair Blanshard, Chair of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Queensland, who discusses daylight saving and sport.

Michael McLaren speaks with Naturopath Russell Setright, discussing health and wellbeing issues.

Michael McLaren speaks with Terry McCrann, News Corp columnist, who discusses the future of the Australian economy.

Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, April 5.

Michael McLaren speaks with Clo Schofield, spokeswoman from Students Thinking Outside Borders, who is holding a protest outside Villawood hoping to disrupt the transfer of 45 asylum seekers to Northam and Curtin detention centres.

Michael McLaren speaks with Gerard Henderson, Executive Director of The Sydney Institute, who discusses the left, the ABC, the 1970s and paedophilia.