Legendary singers/actors, Lois Du Plessis (Israel/New Breed Alive) and Neels Clasen (Mamma Mia, Tent, Annie) join us in studio to discuss Rock of Ages. Chef Ryan Cole chats about his phenomenal new restaurant, Salsify at the Roundhouse in Cape Town, Nicole Capper (Survivor SA/Mrs SA) chats about her new online magazine, we celebrate children’s theatre with Jaco van Rensburg, and Brandon and Natalie Eilers Le Riche (Strictly Come Dancing) talk about a great charity initiative.

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Food security and food technology are major Fourth Industrial Revolution buzzwords – and not just because we need to find new ways to sustain ourselves and the planet. There are brilliant ways technology and innovation are taking us forward – and Leah Bessa is at the forefront of these. She’s making insect ice-cream, and she swears it’s delicious. She chats to Gareth Cliff about her business Gourmet Grubb, and food science in the 21st Century.

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Every picture tells a story, as the saying goes… but when every dish tells a story, an eating experience doesn’t get any better. On a recent trip to Mallorca, Chantal Lascaris chats to world-acclaimed 2 star Michelin chef Fernando Arellano, after enjoying an unforgettable meal at his restaurant Zaranda.

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The international cast of the smash hit STOMP joins us in studio with a phenomenal performance. He has captivated audiences with his world class mystification in studio… we also welcome Mo Magic. We chat the world of cruising and holidays with Cruises International, plus some singing and dancing from the cast of Burn The Floor.

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American actress Heather Massie joins us to discuss her new international production, ‘Hedy: The Life & Inventions of Hedy Lamarr’. Some of the cast of this year’s pantomime, ‘Jack & the Beanstalk’ sing their way through the show with some exceptional voices and music. Lesedi Job discusses directing ‘Dead Tinder Society’, Rabbie Serumula (top author and poet) gives us some of his great work, and we chat about the top food at ‘Peddlers on the Bend’ – a restaurant in Cape Town.

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Nicole Capper (former Mrs South Africa) chats about SurvivorSA and the launch of Luxuria Lifestyle Magazine South Africa. Comedian Stuart Taylor discusses Big5 Comedy, Josh Ansley (VoiceSA) plays more wonderful music in studio, and the cast of ‘Aspoestertjie’ – Tiaan Rautenback and Marlee van der Merwe – share what it’s like to scare kids on stage as villains. We end the show with Chef Shimmu Sello from The Intercontinental Towers with his secret Springbok Shank recipe.

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‘Not a Musical’ opens this week with the hilarious Marc Lottering. Renos Nicos Spanoudes joins us to discuss his political drama ‘Strangeland’ at the Market Theatre, and Josias Moleele chats about why bad things happen to good people with his new production ‘Jobe’. We review great restaurants, discuss the Tops Wine Show, and feature the Media24 Anthem Project.

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‘The Colour Purple’ won 7 Naledi Theatre Awards 2019… Producer Bernard Jay and Best Actress, Didi Khunou, open the show. Top chef Grant van Der Riet discusses his incredible restaurant LUCE in Hyde Park. Plus ‘Odd Man Out’, ‘Chicago’ and Nespresso’s new launch in South Africa. Finally, we celebrate the first all South African female team attempting to summit Mount Everest. Ain’t No Mountain High Enough for this show!

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Nadiya Hussain took the plunge and entered the Great British Bake Off. Since then she has become a respected British TV chef, author and television presenter. She baked the Queen’s 90th birthday cake, and is now exploring her heritage with an exciting new show called Nadiya’s Asian Odyssey.

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22.05.19 Pt 2 – Gareth, Ben and Gord lay it all out on the finale of Game of Thrones. Gord mostly liked it, Ben thought it was rubbish, and so the war of words begins that could have gone on all winter. Thankfully it didn’t, as UK TV chef Nadiya Hussain joins the team to talk about her new show. It’s called Nadiya’s Asian Odyssey and it explores her unique DNA, and the culinary journeys that it takes her on.

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