The Bridge

METRO FM  |  Podcast , ±11 min episodes every 2 weeks, 6 days  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
A mid-morning which is not your average mid-morning show, anchored by the award winning Bonang, technical producer Naked DJ and producer JJ keeps South Africa entertained with their highly interactive and upbeat daily show. The show is filled with a mixture of METRO FM’s signature music sounds, listener music selection, Naked DJ mixes and JJ’s witty comments during the popular ‘ask a man’ feature which affords ladies the opportunity to ask men any question they want and seek advice. With a daily themed show, Money Mondays, fashion lifestyle Tuesdays, celebrity Wednesdays, urban Africa Thursdays and Travel Fridays, the show doesn’t offer the listener an opportunity to take a break with exciting, fun, witty interactions, daily listener music selections and high social media interaction – this show puts the listener on the front row of everything they need.

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Inspiration Wednesday

The team chats to women mountaineers Alda Waddell and Tumi Mphahlele about their plans to go climb Mount Everest

Dr Goitsemang Gomolemo Sepeng, psychiatrist

ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, one of the most common childhood
disorders. Symptoms always begin in childhood. Children with ADHD may have trouble sitting
still, following directions, and completing tasks at home or school.
ADHD affects 1 in 20 children and 1 million adults in South Africa
ADHD often sees children being unfairly labelled as naughty, delinquent, unteachable, and
adults as lazy, lacking focus or incompetent.
Some experts argue that ADHD is being overdiagnosed and there is not conclusive evidence
on the causes of the disorder.
The statistics report that 5% to 8% of children are affected with ADHD. And the symptoms will
persist into adulthood for 60% of those children.
— Dr Goitsemang Gomolemo Sepeng, psychiatrist

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