I recently had my first interview with Pacific Media Network (PMN) radio programme, 531pi.
PMN is “100% Pacific” with the “mission to empower, encourage and nurture Pacific cultural identity and economic prosperity in Aotearoa.”
Celebrating the Pacific Spirit– Pacific Media Network
I was invited on to talk about my first book, Benaghar: The Rat, The Wolf and the King’s Fool, my Pasifika and Kiribati heritage, as well as RAF, Northern Ireland roots and even Coronation Street! (and, no, I don’t watch Corrie, never have).
I was interviewed by one half of The Laughing Samoans, Eteuati Ete. And a big thank you to Ete and Inangaro for having me on. To listen, just click on the video below.
Felicity Maddison is an author who is based in the UK. She was born in Northern Ireland to British and Kiribati parents – her mother was born in Abaiang and most of her Kiribati family live in Tarawa and Abemama. Felicity also has a bit of Chinese heritage on the Kiribati side of the family.Posted by PMN Kiribati on Tuesday, January 26, 2021