#2015MustFall 702 Presenters reflect on the year, #2015MustFall Cape Talk presenters reflect on the year

Sam Cowen on 2015: "It would have to be an ice-cream"

Weekend Breakfast co-host Sam Cowen spends a lot of time swimming but even though the watery exercise helps keep her cool, she feels the recent Gauteng heatwave deserves at least one ice-cream.

And when asked about her highlight for 2015, it seems the most fun she had was towards the latter part of the year...

It was great to go to Radovan Kejcir's house, which was a house so out of my income bracket it's scary!

Sam Cowen

Pressed on what she was looking forward to from holidays, the mother of two was quick to admit she is looking forward to reconnecting with her husband and children...

They don't like to spend every day with me because I make them clean up after themselves!

Sam Cowen

She also revealed she'll be releasing an autobiographical book late in 2016... something her fans can look forward to!


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