Are there any comforts within the shared experience of a global pandemic? Art is food for the soul and J’Something is an artist who loves his fans and being on stage performing. What is the life of an artist like in lockdown? With an album launch around the corner, can technology help him to creatively release the album without touring, and have it be feasible? Church Bells is the new single which is out now from Mi Casa, with the new album launching in May 2020. J shares some incredibly moving thoughts about what he hopes the world at large may look and feel like post Covid-19.

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Hazel Feldman (producer), David Bloch (producer) and actress Lizz Meiring open the show with innovative ideas on what the theatre and music industry, with its patrons, can do with technology regarding the current global pandemic. Claudia Henkel (former Miss SA), Jill Grogor (publicist) and Lucilla Booysen (owner of SA Fashion Week) chat about their new approaches to fashion event industries. Gareth Cliff joins us to discuss virtual eventing, and other special guests include designer Gert Johan Coetzee, performer Josh Ansley, and new Mr Gay SA, Charlie van Helsdingen.

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16.03.20 Pt 1 – Cyril was late for the biggest pandemic address of the nation in… ever! What does Covid-19 actually mean? What’s the most amount of people you should have at your wedding? If you cough and sneeze , we no longer say “bless you”… we just move away from you and send thoughts and prayers. Serbia has a pretty hectic approach to the rules around corona. George Carlin told us we’d be panic-stricken, but he told us 20 years ago. And what would you take into a covid bunker?

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11.03.20 Pt 1 – Is death your only salvation, or is touching your penis the only nirvana available on Earth? Are there good reasons to change your mind, or should everything be a good idea? What’s the best case scenario once you kick the bucket? Is language yours, or can the kids move it further down the line and use LOL in board meetings in 2035? Tattoos are great, but flesh holes are just too far, aren’t they? Putin and zombies are here to stay past 2024.

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10.03.20 Pt 1 – If you are going to panic, where are you going to do this panicking? Which businesses will win because of coronavirus? Dubai’s World Show sounds like the best thing in history. If you can expose your kids to the world, do it… they’ll thank you later. If you make a fake bomb threat, we should throw fruit at you in the town square. And Stairway to Heaven might have a devilish act attached to it.

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Alan Ford opens the show by paying tribute to music legend Lance James. Singing star Daniel Baron joins us in studio with his new single ‘Cannibal’, and introduces up and coming pop star Jeanique. And international Broadway sensation Christina Bianco joins us on the line from Paris with top producer David Bloch in studio.

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02.03.20 Pt 2 – Should we change the calendar or are these professors just wasting time talking about it? Johnny Clegg’s long time manager Roddy Quin tells us about the #JohnnyCleggTribute concert which is coming up. Oprah Winfrey fell over, but she’s still very very rich, so not to worry. Then para bobsledder Michael Stevens joins us to talk about his Olympic dream.

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02.03.20 Pt 1 – Can everyone on Earth sing? Even if you can sing, it’s not that impressive. How old is Madonna really? The notion that Bob Dylan is a good singer should make us all sick. If you want to go skiing in Italy, you might die. Ariana Grande is either a big baby, or a tiny adult. If you were homeless, what would you be doing?

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Craig Urbani and Alan Ford have a fun-filled entertainment show opening with Lee Cole, a South African music sensation rocking the US. Miguel Pregueiro and Silas James join us again in studio with some classic romantic songs. David Bloch chats about international sensation Christina Bianco coming to South Africa… and we discuss Cape Town Pride with DA councillor, Roberto Quintas.

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Clout legend, Cindy Alter reveals all – from singing on all of Yvonne Chaka Chaka’s early songs, to her producer being an utter scumbag. She unpacks how she feels about performing her hit songs ‘Save Me’ and ‘Substitute’. It’s 2020 and Cindy is still making music and keeping it real.

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