Michel Birri

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Michel Birri (born March 13, 1987 in Zeihen ) is a Swiss television and radio presenter .


Michel Birri grew up in the Aargau municipality of Zeihen . After a commercial apprenticeship Birri began his radio career in 2006 at the radio station Kanal K . The following year he moved to Radio Top and from 2008 to 2010 he was a presenter on Radio Argovia . Birri moderated both the daytime program and the morning programs.

He is currently the presenter of the charts on Radio SRF 3 . Until 2016, he also presented the children's program Zambo on SRF 1 , alternately with other presenters, for six years , the concept of which is only continued on Radio SRF 1 . At Zambo, Birri could be heard every Friday with the program Zambo Charts until the end of June 2020 . Since July 2020, Birri has hosted the hit parade on SRF 3 on Monday afternoons from 12 to 3 p.m. In addition, since July 2020, he has hosted the SRF Kids News program, alternating with Raphael Labhardt and Joana Mauch, which is broadcast weekly. In December 2015, he hosted the show Every Rappen Counts Out of the Glass Box in Bern with Nik Hartmann and Anic Lautenschlager .

Michel Birri has been involved in various television productions in recent years, including Die Biggest Schweizer Hits , 50 Years Swiss Hit Parade - Die Show and musicLAB. In 2017, 2018 and 2019 he moderated the Christmas program on SRF 2. In 2018, Birri was a candidate for the SRF dance show May I ask , moderated by Sandra Studer . He finished fourth behind Susanne Kunz , Linda Fäh and Lucas Fischer . In the same year he also worked as a backstage presenter at the Swiss Music Awards . In 2019 he was again present as a presenter at the Swiss Music Awards in Lucerne. In July and August 2019, he presented the summer thriller on SRF 1.

He lives with a colleague in a shared flat  in Baden AG , with whom he has been running an Instagram page since 2017 , on which both of them present their everyday shared life.

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