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'.
28 Mar 2019
Performing Arts · Society & Culture Alan Ford
Hazel Feldman (producer), David Bloch (producer) and actress Lizz Meiring open the show with innovative ideas on what the theatre and music industry, with its patrons, can do with technology regarding the current global pandemic. Claudia Henkel (former Miss SA), Jill Grogor (publicist) and Lucilla Booysen (owner of SA Fashion…
Theatre legend Janice Honeyman joins Alan Ford in studio, with Andre Swartz on the line. Motherland Band discusses Jam Jozi, Mo Magic joins in to chat about magic, mentalism and comedy... and Joe from Joe & Co discusses great food.
Somizi Mhlongo holds it down in studio and Alan Ford joins on Skype from Sun City. They chat with Zonke Dikana about her latest album, one of SA's biggest choreographers Gregory Maqoma who is celebrating 25 years in the industry and former Miss South Africa Claudia Henkel.
Alan and Somizi talk about the wine spectacular of the year with Hamilton Russell wines. Then Ryk Neethling talks about his new buddy Prince Harry. Finally, it's time to celebrate the 55th anniversary of Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
Somizi Mhlongo and Alan Ford chat about Gay Pride 2015, they also ask if black people do Halloween? Alan unveils the best food place in SA. Somizi has finally found "the one", he explains more. Lastly, what are their plans for December and what's the latest on #FeesMustFall?