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Alan Ford brings you all the latest news and happenings from the world of entertainment... theatre, film, music, books and more! Alan is a content specialist for television, radio and publications. He has over 15 years experience as a presenter, producer, communications strategist and media consultant.

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Johnny Clegg Tribute + Simon & Garfunkel

PJ Powers opens the show with a tribute to the legendary Johnny Clegg. The cast of 'Here's To You - The Simon & Garfunkel Songbook', Josh Ansley (The Voice SA), Ashleigh Butcher (Peppa Pig) and Daniel Geddes (Avenue Q) join us in studio with incredible live music and song. We chat to Nathan Ro in Cape Town about 'Kinky Boots', and we celebrate a taste of South India with Thava restaurant.

Marc Lottering, Jobe & Strangeland

‘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.

NalediAwards2019, Everest & LUCE

'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!

Sven Ruygrok (Equus) & Russel Savadier (Odd Man Out)

Top actor Sven Ruygrok (Spud, Zulu, Bring It On) joins us in studio to discuss the award-winning international production 'Equus'. Wine négociant Wade Bales takes us through the incredible creation of Constantia White, with 7 top winemakers. Bianca Le Grange chats about hosting this year's Naledi Theatre Awards, actor/director Russel Savadier chats about his role in 'Odd Man Out', and we celebrate more of the cast of 'Chicago: The Musical'.

Amra Faye, John Vlismas & The Classics

West End and Broadway star Amra Faye opens the show with some of the ensemble cast members (Jarryd Nurden, Thami Njoko and Michael Fullard) from the musical 'Chicago'. Comedian John Vlismas discusses his new show 'The End: A Comedy About Death'. Johan Liebenberg joins us in studio, performing songs from 'Beautiful Noise: Tribute to Neil Diamond'... and 'Beatlemania' is back!

Tarryn Lamb, Chicago & Equus

Top female artist Tarryn Lamb joins us to discuss her incredible 8th Annual Ghoema Music Award wins, including the Album of the Year. Grant Towers, Brittane van Loggerenberg and Jenna Robinson Child join us in studio with all that 'Chicago' jazz. Top actor Graham Hopkins chat about the psychological thriller 'Equus'... and 54 on Bath's Executive Chef, Matthew Foxen, has our mouths watering with delicious winter dishes.

Chicago, The Ghoema Awards & Pretoria Tattoo Show

Actress Ilse Klink (Mama Morton) and producer Hazel Feldman join us in studio to discuss the longest running American musical, Chicago - opening this week at Montecasino. Heidi Edeling chats about the KykNet Ghoema Music Awards and the extraordinary winners. Monster Jam Trucks hit South African stadiums for the first time, and we chat about the 1st International Pretoria Tattoo Show.

Men In Tutus & Plush Party

Cast members of the international 'Men In Tutus' join us in studio to discuss how comedy and ballet mesh on stage. Candice van Litsenborgh chats about the mystical musical 'Into The Woods', Natasha Sutherland joins us on the line discussing her unforgettable performance in 'Brutal Legacy', and DJ SilverSKY has us rocking to Plush Party at Taboo.

Tracey Going, Lesedi Job & Kate Normington

Stage star Kate Normington joins us in studio to discuss the magical musical 'Into The Woods', and 'Puppet Guy' Conrad Koch has us in stitches. Tracey Going (presenter) and director Lesedi Job discuss 'Brutal Legacy', which takes to the stage this week. Radio and TV presenter Kriya Gangiah gets us fit and strong with Bodytec, and Gareth Jordaan (Executive Chef at The Palazzo) makes us fat with gastronomical meals at Medeo.

Into The Woods & Loyiso Madinga

Comedian Loyiso Madinga joins us to discuss his new Netflix special, and being Trevor Noah's Africa Correspondent for 'The Daily Show'. Top theatre stars Zak Hendriks, Earl Gregory and Megan Rigby perform in studio with some of the music from 'Into The Woods'. Myles Brown chats about 'The Anthem Project' and Roelof Jordaan (our new festival correspondent) discusses 'Lekkerland'.

Tim Plewman & Chris Forrest

Tim Plewman joins us in studio to discuss 'Defending The Caveman 2019'. Chris Forrest and JP Nobrega chat about the inspiring 'Celebrity Taxi Dash', we celebrate the Fleur DuCap Theatre Awards, and revisit Media 24's Anthem Project.

Cognitive Dissonance

Nathan talks to the phenomenal Natasha Sutherland about the play 'Brutal Legacy', adapted from the bestselling book by Tracy Going, and also starring the talented Charlie Bougenon. We also catch up with Andre The Hilarious Hypnotist, and discuss the human psyche.

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