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I am a bit of an Expert: A Peppa Pig Podcast

I am a bit of an Expert: A Peppa Pig Podcast

17 May 2019 11:52 AM

Lester speaks to Josh Chapman Expert: A Peppa Pig Podcast.

Peppa Pig has been sold to 118 territories, but a good chunk of its $1.3bn (£1.1bn) in
global retail sales last year came from China. Pei Pei Zhu rolled up there in 2015 and
has been celebrated this year – China’s year of the pig – with a hit movie. She has sold
more than 40m books in Mandarin, and scored more than 60bn views on China’s
streaming platforms.

Peppa Pig has, among other accusations, reinforced gender stereotypes, encouraged
children to be naughty, reflected a middle-class worldview and even endangered life; in
Australia, the national broadcaster banned an episode in which Peppa reassures her
brother that spiders are harmless.


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13 July 2020 8:02 AM

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An Anglo-Irish legend lamenting the death of soccer icon Jack Charlton. 

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13 July 2020 6:59 AM

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Refilwe Moloto speaks to Director at MDW Incorporated, specialist in estates about what we can expect.

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Sutherland a wintry wonderland cut off from the world

13 July 2020 6:55 AM

The town of Sutherland is known for being the home of South Africa's astronomical observatories, but also for their bitterly cold winters each year.

The residents there are quite reliant on tourists who want to experience the clear night skies and the snow, but with the lockdown restrictions, many are unable to visit them due to the need to cross provincial borders. Thankfully, engineers working on the installation of wind turbines have kept them afloat.

Refilwe Moloto speaks to Jurg Wagenaar, a guest house and campsite owner who also runs an amateur stargazing facility in the Northern Cape town.

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