Gabrielle has come a long way since she first came to our attention in TV sitcoms and in her breakthrough role as the cheerleader, Isis in the 2000 teen hit Bring it On. She’s not only become an influential producer focused on telling the stories of marginalised communities; she’s also a breast cancer activist, a vocal spokesperson for women who have survived sexual violence, and an advocate for inclusion in the entertainment industry. Last year she was included on Time magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world. She is now 48 years old and in the new book, she shares stories about her journey to parenthood, the challenges her marriage has overcome, and her experiences in Hollywood.
Guest: Actress and producer Gabrielle Union
The Lunch with Pippa Hudson team put together a list of reactions from CapeTalk listeners reacting to a male caller who complained about the show discussing menstruation on air.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Moss Hills, his wife Tracey, and a host of other entertainers took over the co-ordination of rescue efforts after realising the crew of the Oceanos had abandoned them. He shares his incredible story.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Pippa speaks to Annalize Stroebel is CEO of Drakenstein TourismLISTEN TO PODCAST
Leo Prinsloo chats to Pippa about his book, Leo’s Guide to Not Becoming a Statistic – How to prevent crime and what to do in a situation.LISTEN TO PODCAST