Act One Radio

ACT ONE RADIO  |  Podcast , ±43 min episodes every 7 weeks, 6 days  | 
Act One Radio is a South African Arts and Current Affairs podcast focusing on the daily lives of South Africans. Accompanied with great music, the shows include interviews with theatre practitioners, artists, writers, journalists, political analysts - and any other individual in the South African Arts industry worth noting. The podcasts on this channel aim to keep you entertained and up to date with current affairs.

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17
AUG

Sound in Colour the A.S.S Editition Part II with Justin Jegels

Join Act One Radio's JustinAJ as he speaks to the artists that performed at the second Angelwing Sunday Sundowners, which took place in April. Justin manages to interview Lebo Phale, LTune Chillin', Cousin JMF and J Word Audio. This episode is a reflective one as we prepare for the next edition of Angelwing Sunday Sundowners in September.
14
MAY

Sound in Colour the A.S.S. Edition with Justin Jegels

Join Act One Radio's JustinAJ for the second edition of Sound in Colour. In this episode, Justin covers the Angelwing Social Sundays event which took place in April. Justin manages to speak to the organisers of the event, Tshego & Gyre, as well as Lelo WhatsGood - a performer at the event.
27
APR

What's Hanging: Nostalgia by Jan Tshikhuthula and Lindo Zwane

Join Act One Radio's Bongani and Justin as they chat to contemporary artists JM Tshikhuthula and Lindo Zwane. These artist had solo exhibitions of their work at Lizamore & Associates in Johannesburg in April. Venda by JM Tshikhuthula & A sense of Resilience by Lindo Zwane. These exhibitions broadly evolve around each artist’s own nostalgia which reflects relatable South African stories.
19
FEB

What's Hanging: And We Heard the Colours Sound

Join Act One Radio's Bongani Maseko and Sechaba Mdluli as they chat to Dineke van der Walt about her work at the Lizamore & Associates Gallery in Rosebank. The pair then chat to audience members who give their take on the exhibition. What's Hanging! is an Act One podcast aimed at showcasing contemporary South African visual artists whose works are featured at the Lizamore and Associates Gallery. The podcast is recorded at the gallery and is filled with laughter, great music, knowledge and entertainment.
12
FEB

Sound in Colour with Justin AJ feat. Gyre

Sound In Colour, hosted by Justin AJ, is a platform for the celebration of great records and sounds, particularly focusing on and/or promoting up and coming musicians, spoken word artists and writers. The show features interviews, reviews, live entertainment as well as listener-guest interactions in a light-hearted ambiance with the occasional heart-to-heart moment. Music Featured: Eat My Ass & Crumbs by Gyre, F.U.B.U by Solange
20
DEC
2017

What's Hanging: Myopia by Ronael de Jager and Mandy Coppes-Martin

Join Act One Radio's Bongani Maseko and Sechaba Mdluli as they chat to Ronel de Jager and Mandy Coppes-Martin about their two women exhibition, titled Myopia, at the Lizamore & Associates Gallery in Rosebank. The pair then chat to up and coming curator Tlotlo Lobelo who gives his take on the exhibition.

What's Hanging! is an Act One podcast aimed at showcasing contemporary South African visual artists whose works are featured at the Lizamore and Associates Gallery. The podcast is recorded at the gallery and is filled with laughter, great music, knowledge and entertainment.
07
APR
2017

The Bonnet IV - Mkhululi Mabija

Join Bongani as he speaks to Librettist Mkhululi Mabija on his career, and working alongside Zwai Bala in writing Tsotsi the Musical. Bee also discusses the Naledi awards nominations list and gets into the opening night of Sophiatown at the Market Theatre. BeeTenacity also shares his very first experience at Monologue Mondays, hosted by Actor Spaces at Wits School of Arts.
Songs: We Come Together (Goldfish), Thando (Lloyd Cele Feat. Loyiso Bala), Pana (Tekno).
The Bonnet is a theatre and entertainment podcast aimed at informing the listener about the Johannesburg Theatre scene as well as entertain the listener with some light music and fun games and an interviewed guest.
29
MAR
2017

The Bonnet III - Amanda Sibiya

Join Bongani Maseko as he chats to Conte Magazine co-founder Amanda Sibiya on all things visual arts and publishing. BeeTenacity also discusses the passing of Joe Mafela and the SAFTA's and Fleur Du Cap awards. Bee also shares what went down at West Side Story and Sarafina opening night.

Songs: Sunshine (Tom Mish), Connect (Ms. Cosmo feat. Nasty C, Kwesta and Rouge), The World is Yours (AKA)

The Bonnet is a theatre and entertainment podcast aimed at informing the listener about the Johannesburg Theatre scene as well as entertain the listener with some light music and fun games and an interviewed guest.
01
MAR
2017

The Bonnet II - Andile Magxaki

Join Bongani Maseko as he talks to the lead of Winnie The Pooh (at The People's Theatre), Andile Magxaki.

Songs: Colours (DJ Zinhle feat. Tamara Dey), Vivid Dreams (Langa Mavuso)

The Bonnet is a theatre and entertainment podcast aimed at informing the listener about the Johannesburg Theatre scene as well as entertain the listener with some light music and fun games and an interviewed guest.
10
FEB
2017

The Bonnet I - Thabang Mabaso

Join Bongani Maseko as he speaks to Joburg Theatre choreographer and dancer Thabang Mabaso.

song: All Night (Beyonce), Q.u.e.e.n (Janelle Monae feat. Erykah Badu)

The Bonnet is a theatre and entertainment podcast aimed at informing the listener about the Johannesburg Theatre scene as well as entertain the listener with some light music and fun games.

10 episodes