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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Charley Pietersen, Founder of the ‘Growing up without a Father Foundation’, explains how he and his team worked on #StopToStart to shape the future men of our country by equipping boys with a sense of self-worth and honour – and a belief that violence is never the answer. Brought to you by Absa.

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Role models come in different forms – in South Africa’s case, it’s undeniable that soccer players inspire many. Siphiwe Tshabalala and Teko Modise chat about how #StopToStart is a creative and audacious combination, setting out to positively impact young men.

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Jenny Moore – GM Brand, Design & Group Functions Marketing at Absa – explains how #StopToStart is one of Absa’s priorities in playing a role in putting the basic building blocks in place to ensure that young South Africans have the opportunity to reimagine their futures.

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Craig Urbani opens the show discussing Valentine’s Day and what love means to him. Singer Danny K joins us to pay tribute to Joseph Shabalala, the icon behind Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Jarryd Nurden chats about playing the sexy Rocky in this year’s biggest hit, the Rocky Horror Show… and up-and-coming artist Marianthe chats about her latest single and rise to fame.

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What can we as South Africans do to equip boys to become better men? Gareth Cliff interviews David Wingfield, Managing Executive: Group Brand & Marketing, about why it was important for Absa to be a part of this cause.

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Timothy Maurice interviews two leading entrepreneurs in America who come from vastly different backgrounds and eras, but both built multi-million dollar businesses after overcoming extreme odds. In this first episode, you’ll meet Joe Dudley Sr., the iconic 82-year-old entrepreneur who became a household name in America for building a black haircare products business (he was even interviewed in Chris Rock’s movie, Good Hair). Dudley shares his passion and conviction, and why he refused to sell his business for millions of dollars… opting to stay focused on ensuring the business continues to stay focused on empowering others.

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Mteto Nyati says he’s always known that he’s wanted to fix and build things. And, “fix and build things” is exactly what he’s done in his career as one of South Africa’s top CEOs. He’s steered the likes of Microsoft SA and MTN SA, to his current position at the helm of Altron. What makes a man of this calibre? How does he keep going? What does he have his eyes set on already, for the future? The CEO and author of ‘Betting on a Darkie’ answers these questions himself.

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Tony Feldman opens the show with the incredible superhero live show ‘Marvel Universe’ coming to SA. Precious Makgaretsa and Jacques da Silva discuss their latest stage and screen productions. Afrikaans superstars Andre Swartz and Coenie de Villiers chat about the live music show ‘Grenloos’. Anton Luitingh discusses ‘Rocky Horror Show’ opening in JHB this week, and Reno Horn opens the Ricardo Cabral Exhibition at his ART IS ART Gallery in Cape Town.

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