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JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS 01 September 2014 2:05 PM
TV FEATURE
SOAP WATCH! Please note that as of Saturday 6 September 2014, “Rhythm City Omnibus” (season 8) episodes, scheduled on e.tv for Saturdays at 09:30, have been dropped from the schedule. Replacing this 1hr 50min slot will be the “Scandal! Omnibus” (season 12), which has been scheduled from episode 1. Please note that the omnibus will be of those episodes which had premiered in the same week in the 19:30 slot (weekdays). Rhythm City Omnibus will air on eKasi+ from Saturday, 6 September. Wednersday’s episode of Isidingo sees Brad cheat on charlie, although it’s just a kiss and I won’t reveal who it’s with but it does fuel blackmail material for Brad’s rival Benjamin. While this week on Days of our Lives, Sami’s dealing with a cancer scare, worried that she might have malignant cysts partially as karma’s way of getting back at her for all the evil things she’s done in her past. The Generations cast might be fired but at least one of them still has a job – Thato Molamu who played Nicholas – is hosting new SABC2 gameshow WHAT’S BEHIND THE WALL, which starts tonight on SABC2 at 7pm. What’s Behind the Wall airs Mondays and Tuesdays on the channel and is a general knowledge test type of gameshow where 4 contestants are challenged to discover the historical, sports or current events hidden behind the wall. The wall consists of 14 bricks, two of the bricks are elimination bricks and 12 bricks give the contestants a chance to bank the money. In the game the contestants unlock a picture of a historic event brick-by-brick. Each brick has a theme that appears on the screen and reveals a question. They are given four possible answers and if they answer correctly, the brick will in turn reveal a part of a picture and add money to the contestant’s banked cash. The quicker they answer the question the more money they stand to bank. Only the contestant with the most banked cash will make it to the final round to guess the historic image imbedded in the bricks and claim their banked cash. The three remaining contestants will lose all their earnings. ALSO, tonight is the start of AMERICA'S GOT TALENT season 9 in M-Net’s popular 630pm reality TV timeslot. Airs weekdays and kicks off, as always, with audition rounds. Just a spoiler alert if you’re going to get invested: the 9th season started end of May in the US and the American finale is 17 Sept, so be wary of online news if you don’t want to know who wins before the finale airs in SA. Monday night is also the series finale of True Blood – last-ever episode airs in SA for the 1st time on M-net series Showcase at 10pm, just 2 weeks after the US finale, while Supernatural’s got an interesting double bill tonight also on M-Net Series Showcase at 8 and 9pm. The 2nd episode in the double bill is entitled Bloodlines as was intended to be the lead-in to the planned Supernatural spinoff series also called Bloodlines. It tanked, fans in the US hated it and the network scrapped the spinoff but you can get a taste of what might have been at 9pm. Lots of people have been asking about Dallas season 3 – well it’s finally coming our way. It’ll air Tuesdays and Wednesdays on M-Net Series Showcase from 2 September. Why the double bill? Probably DStv is burning through the remaining shows on Series Showcase and Series Relaity during September as fast as they can ahead of the channels being permanently dropped by the end of the month and replaced with a new, 2nd M-Net channel and a 2nd Vuzu channel. Also, tomorrow night is the last-ever episode of The Client List on SABC3 at 21:30 – the show wasn’t renewed for a 3rd season, while e.tv’s Maznsi Love says goodbye to season 3 at 830pm but is expected to be back for a 4th season next year. WED: start of sitcom Us & Them on M-Net at 6pm – it’s an American remake of British sitcom Gavin & Stacey about a couple who decide to meet for the first time a 6-month online romance. It stars Alexis Beledel from Gilmore Girls, Jason Ritter from Joan of Arcadia and Jane Kazmarec from Malcolm In The Middle but despite a successful premise and big names in the cast, only 7 eps were made and none ever aired in America. In others words, it flopped although we’ll be seeing before the Americans do. THUR – start of Orphan Black, which finally debuts in SA on the Lifetime channel on DStv at 8pm. HUGE huge buzz on this sci fi show about a woman solving the mystery behind a lookalike’s death discovers she’s a clone. The buzz is mainly due to lead actress Tatiana Maslany who plays all 7 roles in the series and each one’s very different. Brilliant acting. Friday – BBC Entertainment has gripping 3-part crime drama Quirke starting at 8pm, while auto expert Mike Brewer is back for the new season of Wheeler Dealers: Trading Up from 20:05 on Discovery Channel (DStv 121). The series will see Mike navigate his way through the culture and idiosyncrasies of the international used car market. Starting with just 3000 dollars he’s mission is to trade his way across the globe, using his dealer tricks to add value to his cars, enabling him to graduate from a cheap hatchback to a super car worth 30 000 dollars. From Australia to the US to the UK, Mike aims to get the best deals for cars. Then the biggies this week – season 1 of X Factor South Africa starts on Saturday night SABC1 at 6pm while on Sunday it’s the season 5 premiere of SA’s Got Talent on etv at 18:05. WWE’s SmackDown – a big event in the WWE world – airs this Sunday on e.tv at 12:05 as John Cena squares off against Brock Lesnar. Last thing to tickle your funny bone, Comedy Central has a Mdumiso Lindi stand-up special at 10pm on Saturday night. He’s a funny guy so it’s worth staying up to watch the laughs. TV TRENDING - EVERYONE’S TALKING ABOUT THESE 5 THINGS. 5 THINGS YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT TV. Andrea Anders, of Joey and Better Off Ted fame, is joining Modern Family’s upcoming 6th season for a major recurring role as the matriarch of the not so nice family who move next door to the Dunphys. Steve Zahn from the Diary Of A Wimpy Kid movies and Dallas Buyers Club will play the dad, when season 6 starts in the US on 24 September. Both Ray Donovan and The Following are getting new showrunners – this is usually a bad thing as the creative brains behind the show moves on and someone else takes up the vision. It’s oftena flop – just look at True Blood. Lifetime’s TV Damien series based on horror flick The Omen is not only going ahead – it’s been given a full series order. Based on the 1976 horror classic The Omen, the follow-up series is about the adult life of Damien Thorn, the mysterious child from the original film, who has grown up seemingly unaware of the satanic forces around him. Haunted by his past, Damien must now come to terms with his true destiny — that he is the Antichrist, the most feared man throughout the ages. PRESENTER CAN ASK: is this going to be a mini-series or a continuing show? ANSWER: ONLY 6 EPS ARE PLANNED TO IT’S LIKELY TO BE A ONCE-OFF LIMITED EDITION SERIES. Niles Crane is coming back to TV. Frasier’s brother, played by David Hyde Pierce has booked a recurring role on The Good Wife's sixth season after focussing mostly on theatre in the last few years. David will play a legal commentator who wants to fight corruption and murder in Chicago and decides to run for office to effect change from within. The Good Wife kicks off Season 6 on Sunday, Sept. 21 at 9:30/8:30c on CBS. TV bosses are planning to revive two popular sitcoms for modern audiences. The first is 90s sitcom Full House - Leading the charge is John Stamos (Uncle Jesse) — who has an ownership stake in the show, which gives him good reason to champion the new series. Original executive producer Bob Boyett and creator Jeff Franklin (who's writing the new version) are actively involved. Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) and Andrea Barber (Kimmy) are on board, while Bob Saget (Danny) and Dave Coulier (Joey) are also involved in some way. Also, Amazon, which is delving into original TV programming now, is planning to revive live-action superhero series The Tick starring Patrick Warburton of Rules Of Engagement fame. Bold and Beautiful is getting another Forrester when we meet Eric Forrester’s brother John Forrester a travelling salesman/inventor who’s been living in Australia all these years. Comedian Fred Willard – most famous as Amy’s dad on Everybody Loves Raymond and Phil’s dad on Modern Family – will play the part for 4 episodes which will air here at the end of next year.
Guest: Jared Orlin
Organisation: TV Plus Magazine
Position: Deputy Editor
Website: www.tvplus.co.za
Email: tvplus@media24.com
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JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS 01 September 2014 1:50 PM
THE SITATHUNGA ANTELOPE SAGA
The Department Of Agriculture has charged The JHB Zoo for bringing animals which pose a disease threat to this country. The animals in question are the 8 antelope which were put down by the SPCA after being abandoned by The JHB Zoo at OR Tambo on their way from Prague Zoo.
Guest: Mpho Dr Maja
Organisation: Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Position: Director of Animal Health
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JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS 01 September 2014 1:35 PM
THE SITATHUNGA / JHB ZOO SAGA
The SPCA, respoded to the call to rescue the 8 antelope that were stuck at OR Tambo airport from Prague Zoo on thier way to JHB Zoo.
Guest: Wendy Wilson
Organisation: NSPCA
Position: Special Investigations Unit Manager
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JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS 01 September 2014 1:20 PM
ANTELOPE AND THE JHB ZOO
John Werth, speaks to JCW about the code of conduct of zoos with regards to the import and export of zoo animals.
Guest: John Werth
Organisation: Pan african Association Of Zoos and Aquaria
Position: Executive Officer
Website: www.zooafrica.com
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JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS 01 September 2014 1:15 PM
BACKGROUND ON ANTELOPE: SITATHUNGA BREED
Dr Johan Steyl, gives us expert background on diseases that are carried by Sitathunga and Antelope.
Guest: Johan Steyl
Organisation: Centre for Veterinary Wildlife Studies at Onderstepoort
Position: Expert on antelope diseases
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 01 September 2014 12:55 PM
Nude pics.
Emma spoke about her new book about sharing of nude pics by couples.
Guest: Emma Sadlier
Organisation:
Position: Social Media Specialist
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 01 September 2014 12:50 PM
Ukraine.
Bobo spoke about the situation in Ukraine.
Guest: Bobo Lo
Organisation: Chatham House
Position: Associate Fellow
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 01 September 2014 12:45 PM
Banking.
Funeka spoke about the bank giong offline this morning.
Guest: Funeka Montjane
Organisation: Standard bank
Position: Spokesperson
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 01 September 2014 12:40 PM
TV.
Duncan spoke about ICASA plans for a free to air TV license.
Guest: Duncan McLeod
Organisation: TechCentral
Position: Editor
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 01 September 2014 12:35 PM
Business.
Abdul spoke about the PMI figures.
Guest: Abdul Davids
Organisation: Kagiso Asset Management
Position: Head of Research
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 01 September 2014 12:25 PM
Health.
Dr Richard spoke about the effect of energy drinks on the heart.
Guest: Richard Dr Nethononda
Organisation: Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital
Position: Cardiologist
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 01 September 2014 12:20 PM
Politics.
Rahima reported on the fight between EFF and ANC in parliament.
Guest: Rahima Essop
Organisation: EWN
Position: Reporter
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 01 September 2014 12:15 PM
Lesotho.
JJ reported on the political situation in Lesotho.
Guest: JJ Cornish
Organisation: EWN
Position: Africa Correspondent
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 01 September 2014 12:10 PM
Eskom.
Chris spoke about the delay at Medupi.
Guest: Chris Yelland
Organisation: EE Publishers
Position: Managing Director
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 01 September 2014 12:05 PM
Eskom
Andrew spoke about the delay at Medupi.
Guest: Andrew Etzinger
Organisation: Eskom
Position: Senior General Manager for Demand Management
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REDI TLHABI 01 September 2014 11:20 AM
Consumer feature- Building regulations part 2
A few weeks ago we were shocked by the building collapse at a housing estate in Meyersdal which left seven construction workers dead. The Building works on the double-storey house have since been condemned as "an illegal operation" and "an error of grave judgement". This morning we speak to two municipalities; Ekurhuleni and Cape Town about the processes involved with legally passing building plans.
Guest: Cheryl Walters
Organisation: City of Cape Town
Position: Director: Town Planning
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REDI TLHABI 01 September 2014 11:20 AM
Consumer feature- Building regulations part 2
A few weeks ago we were shocked by the building collapse at a housing estate in Meyersdal which left seven construction workers dead. The Building works on the double-storey house have since been condemned as "an illegal operation" and "an error of grave judgement". This morning we speak to two municipalities about the processes involved with legally passing building plans.
Guest: Motubatse Motubatse
Organisation: City Planning Ekurhuleni
Position: Head of Department
Podcast: Click to listen
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REDI TLHABI 01 September 2014 10:05 AM
Constituency offices and knowing your MPs
Every year, taxpayers spend about R250million – a full round of upgrades to President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla home – on constituency offices for MPs. But very little is done to follow up on what happens to that money and taxpayers must rely on political parties for guarantees that the millions aren’t disappearing into the ether. The constituency system is supposed to give ordinary citizens access to MPs.
Guest: Professor Marinus Wiechers
Position: Constitutional & Public Law Expert
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 01 September 2014 8:15 AM
The Africa Report
Muslim leaders have issued a fatwa condemning British jihadists. The fatwa prohibits would-be jihadists from joining the “oppressive and tyrannical” Islamic State (Isis) in Iraq and Syria. Six senior Islamic scholars have endorsed the fatwa, the first of its kind issued in the UK, describing Britons allied to Islamic State cells as “heretics”. The brother of a dying boy smuggled out of an NHS hospital and taken to Spain has attacked his parents' arrest, saying the child was never in any danger and had not been neglected. Naveed King, 20, posted a new YouTube video last night detailing the medical equipment his family purchased to ensure terminally ill Ashya was comfortable as they travelled to the city of Malaga, including specialist feeding equipment and a top of the range wheelchair. EU consumers are expected to snap up the last of the most powerful vacuum cleaners on the market as a new law banning those rated above 1,600 watts comes into effect. The new EU energy label means manufacturers will not be able to make or import vacuum cleaners with a motor that exceeds 1,600 watts from today, and then 900 watts by 2017.
Guest: Jean-Jacques Cornish
Organisation: Eyewitness News
Position: Africa Correspondent
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 01 September 2014 7:50 AM
The UK Report
Muslim leaders have issued a fatwa condemning British jihadists. The fatwa prohibits would-be jihadists from joining the “oppressive and tyrannical” Islamic State (Isis) in Iraq and Syria. Six senior Islamic scholars have endorsed the fatwa, the first of its kind issued in the UK, describing Britons allied to Islamic State cells as “heretics”. The brother of a dying boy smuggled out of an NHS hospital and taken to Spain has attacked his parents' arrest, saying the child was never in any danger and had not been neglected. Naveed King, 20, posted a new YouTube video last night detailing the medical equipment his family purchased to ensure terminally ill Ashya was comfortable as they travelled to the city of Malaga, including specialist feeding equipment and a top of the range wheelchair. EU consumers are expected to snap up the last of the most powerful vacuum cleaners on the market as a new law banning those rated above 1,600 watts comes into effect. The new EU energy label means manufacturers will not be able to make or import vacuum cleaners with a motor that exceeds 1,600 watts from today, and then 900 watts by 2017.
Guest: Adam Gilchrist
Organisation: Talk Radio 702
Position: UK Correspondent
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 01 September 2014 7:40 AM
Small Business Awards with Sage One
Leon was nominated for the Small Business Awards with Sage One .
Guest: Leon Moyo
Organisation: Leon Construction
Position: Owner
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 01 September 2014 7:15 AM
Latest on Lesotho
John spoke to Dimpho Motsamai Political Analyst and Researcher at the ISS who gave analysis and the state of play in Lesotho
Guest: Dimpho Motsamai
Organisation: ISS
Position: Researcher
Podcast: Click to listen
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 01 September 2014 6:50 AM
The US Report
After a week of talk of eliminating the "cancer" of ISIS, President Obama said Thursday that he was not planning to significantly expand the war against the Islamic extremist movement anytime soon. His remarks came after days of heated debate inside the top levels of his own national security bureaucracy about how, where, and whether to strike ISIS in Syria. Gov. Pat Quinn, who has made his push to raise the state’s minimum wage a key component of his re-election campaign, said he will live on the equivalent of a minimum wage salary for the next week. Quinn said he plans to spend no more than $79 on food and other expenses - a figure his office says is the estimated amount that someone working full time for the state’s minimum wage of $8.25 an hour has to spend after housing costs, transportation costs and taxes. Tony Stewart's return to racing lasted half as long as he wanted. Two meetings with the outside wall – neither his fault – ended Stewart's night before the halfway point of the Oral-B USA 500 Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Guest: Harley Carnes
Organisation: Talk Radio 702 / 567 CapeTalk
Position: U.S Correspondent
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 01 September 2014 6:45 AM
Response by the City Of Joburg
Stan is on the radio to respond to calls we took last week about residents billed a Deposit Fee together with their municipality bills.
Guest: Stanley Maphologela
Organisation: City of Joburg
Position: Deputy Director of Customer Communications
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 01 September 2014 6:15 AM
Latest on Joburg bowling club
Gabriel is on the radio to chat about the eviction of the Zoo Lake Bowling Club and how they are taking the City to court to have the eviction order overturned. Gabriel says the Zoo Lake Bowling Club should continue operating until there is a new tender process, as leaving the property vacant will be more costly.
Guest: Gabriel De Matta
Organisation: Schindlers Attorney
Position: Associate Attorney
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 01 September 2014 6:05 AM
Weather Forecast
Today's weather forecast and Science fact.
Guest: Simon Gear
Organisation: Talk Radio 702
Position: Environmental Reporter
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EARLY BREAKFAST 01 September 2014 4:00 AM
Early Breakfast with Koketso Sachane
Today's discussion centred on: South Africa denied being complicit or responsible for foiling an alleged coup in Lesotho, according to the Department of Defence’s spokesman Siphiwe Dlamini. Labour federation Cosatu and its biggest affiliate, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) came out in support of Public Protector Thuli Madonsela after she had been attacked by ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe and his deputy, Jessie Duarte. National Assembly speaker Baleka Mbete’s lawyers has asked for more time to respond to the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF)’s ultimatum over the possible suspension of its 25 MPs.
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OVERNIGHT LIVE 01 September 2014 1:05 AM
Open Line with Gushwell Brooks
Zimbabwe and their land redistribution whether has it worked or not and was it for the benefit of the whole country or a certain percentage of the country, the issue of language and education was discussed. Questions that rose where the shame that certain tribes have when it comes to speaking their own languages. Gushwell asked does speaking and writing English makes one better educated. The legacies of apartheid were discussed in regards to the issue of languages and its impact.
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