Performing Arts

Border Crossings TV

66 EPISODES | VOICE OF AMERICA |  Podcast, ±29 min episode every 1 week, 5 days
Border Crossings is the Voice of Americas perennial music program on the air since 1996. Border Crossings made its TV debut in 2012 and continues to attract viewers around the world. Some of the biggest names in music such as Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw, Adele, Katy Perry, Enrique Iglesias, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Charlie Puth, Rihanna and many more have joined host Larry London for live interviews and performance on the program.

BrandStudio24 | Be Brave Mzansi Song

1 EPISODES | MEDIA24 |  Podcast
It's time for all South African residents young and old to share in the joy as we embark on the journey to rebuild. For some, it will be a dance of remembrance, a dance of survival for others and a dance of hope for many – but a dance of fun for all. Take inspiration from the internationally acclaimed Ndlovu Youth Choir from the hills of Limpopo as they challenge you to learn the Dance of Brave to their newly launched song, We Will Rise, and share in the joy across South Africa.

Centre Stage

5 EPISODES | CENTRE STAGE |  Series, ±20 min episode total time 1 hr 42 min
Centre Stage is a podcast that spotlights talented and diverse South African dancers, getting to know them both onstage and off.

This podcast is part of the broader Dance Donation initiative, a South African non-profit organisation that supports dancers in disadvantaged communities through the collection and distribution of previously-loved dance wear.

Centre Stage

11 EPISODES | FINE MUSIC RADIO |  Podcast, ±58 min episode every 4 days
CENTRE STAGE with Waldo Buckle explores the uplifting world of Musical Theatre. Weekly episodes will delve into the history of Musical Theatre, in depth discussions of your favourite musicals, the life stories of their creators as well as the relationships between the great collaborators in the world of Musical Theatre.


4 EPISODES | THE CASTERY |  Series, ±16 min episode total time 1 hr 06 min
DanceFloor is about developing a dialogue with artists, to know what makes them do what they do and how they came about it. To bring awareness to art, dance and entrepreneurship. Creative expression is very necessary for the development and inclusion of artists within a society where dance and art are not necessarily recognised, understood or appreciated. DanceFloor aims to start a discussion about the importance and value of freedom of expression and how necessary it is for a society to thrive.

Going Gooding

Malcolm Gooding recounts anecdotes from his charmed life in the golden era of broadcasting. All the stories and adventures that didn't make it into Going Gooding, Malcolm's critically acclaimed stage play will be delivered in weekly five minute treats. But wait there's more! Malcolm will also revisit the skits that made a Going Gooding a laugh-a-minute delight.

Hip Hop On The Grind

3 EPISODES | MASSIV METRO |  Podcast, ±30 min episode every 4 days
This is a vibrant Hip Hop Show that concentrates on upcoming rappers as well as underground hip hop artists. We play 100% local upcoming Hip Hop music that people can relate to the underground. One of the coolest cultures that include rap battles between these artist called "Kafula One Must Die".
Other features include "Wrapped with Skill" where we talk to industry professionals that share insight to get into the game.

Inside Wants Out

10 EPISODES | TINZWE MEDIA |  Podcast, ±6 min episode every day
In Africa, indigenous names or surnames are richly labored with meaning, identity, origin and stories that are passed on from one generation to the next. In celebration of African identity and indigenous or mother tongue languages, Tinzwe Media is proud to launch its latest offering – Inside Wants Out – an African mother tongue poetry podcast.

The project is powered by the South African Department of Sports, Arts and Culture (DSAC) and the theme for season one of the podcast is 'African Poetry in the Time of a Global Pandemic'.

The project features poets from six African countries who each provided their original vocal delivery of their poems.

Each episode has been creatively hosted by Lesego Motshegwa.

Lesley Stones Travel and Entertainment

5 EPISODES | LESLEY STONES |  Podcast, ±18 min episode every 5 weeks, 4 days
I'm Lesley, a freelance travel and leisure journalist based in stunning South Africa. I write for a wide variety of publications including Sawubona, Business Day, Daily Maverick, Mail & Guardian, Brainstorm, some travel trade magazines and a US website.

Here you'll find podcasts of some of my travel experiences, hotel and lodge reviews and my quirky, warped and opinionated ideas on life, love, cheesecake, the theatre and everything else crucial for survival.

I’m happy to travel pretty much anywhere at any time, so if you want to invite me on a trip or to an event, or commission me for some work, I’d love to hear from you! I’m good at interviews, personality profiles, reviews and opinion pieces, with a strong background in business and IT journalism too. Have fun, and travel safely.

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