The team chats to actor Ryan de Villiers from ‘Matilda The Musical’… and drag artist LouLou Blu brings some fabulousness to the show. Plus all the usual features to entertain you in style.

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Gilmore Tee talks to Zim hip-hop acts ASAPH, Vic Jita, and SinKay, poet Ras Munroe and visual artist George Masarira about their thoughts on everything happening in Zimbabwe, WHAT A MESS! They touch on The Project Hope by different Zimbabwean artists, #Hope4Zim, and also the #Top30Innovators18 by Vutha Magazine. The show features songs from SinKay and Vic Jita.

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A show filled with comedy, music, champagne and the world of entertainment. Stuart Taylor, discusses his new comedy show, ‘Funny, You Should Say That’, and has us contemplating and laughing. Richard Loring chats about his week with Sir Cliff Richard, Sir Michael Caine and Sir Cameron Mackintosh… and Pieter-Dirk Uys launches his new book ‘The Echo of a Noise’.

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The team is joined in studio by Nigerian hip-hop artist Spender. Spender takes the team through his music journey, he shares stories about the harsh reality of the music industry, introduces us to his brother and business partner, and reveals his future plans following the release of his latest single with Da L.E.S.

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Singer and songwriter Foreighn tells us what it’s like having a music career while studying medicine. Morale Pablo Phala and Bheka Dlamini are in the booth… Morale is a young music video producer making hella waves in the industry, and Bheka is a visual artist who turns sneakers into wearble art.

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A graceful and blessed chat with Siphokazi as she tells us about being raised by a spiritual grandmother. Anatii also pops in to share the vibe on his new album, Iyeza.

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Timothy Moloi and Joseph Clark deliver emotional, inspiring insights into the world of musical theatre. The two talented gentlemen chat about their upcoming show, Gone Too Soon – a tribute to the likes of Mandisa, Amy Winehouse, George Michael, Freddy Mercury and more.

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Nathan talks to Graeme Watkins about comics, movies, and weed. Isabella Jane stars in the new and improved local musical Calling Us Home, and Ray Whitcher talks about his locally-produced comic book.

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Simon Allison brings you the hottest current affairs on the African continent in this week’s Burning Platform – brought to you by Nando’s. There’s a wide array of stories, plus an interesting debate about the Trump administration that Simon and Gareth get into. Musician Sevven then drops by to talk about RADA, a non-profit company looking to inspire the nation and fight back against rape, alcohol and drug abuse.

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This week’s show features some deep conversations covering racial oppression through new age media, Bill Cosby, and an up-and-coming bombshell of a rapper by the name of Ngwato.

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