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Lunch with Pippa Hudson
Drakenstein Tourism

Drakenstein Tourism

3 December 2021 2:07 PM

Pippa speaks to Annalize Stroebel is CEO of Drakenstein Tourism  

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Family Matters - helping high school girls SOAR

18 January 2022 2:33 PM

Guest: Despina Senatore

It’s back to school tomorrow and lots of us marking quite special years as our babies start high school, or in my case, move into their final year of schooling with all the big choices that entails.
It can feel quite overwhelming knowing how best to support them, particularly as they make key decisions around future careers and study avenues.  

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Travel - 5 places to visit in South Africa this year

18 January 2022 2:01 PM

Guest: Anton Crone

2022 is in full swing, so before the stress and rigours of the year weigh you down, you may want to start  planning your next holiday.
We reached out to the editor of Getaway magazine, Anton Crone to give some advice about the best places to spend a holiday this year.

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On the couch - Grant Lottering finishes another gruelling ride for charity

18 January 2022 1:34 PM

Guest: Grant Lottering

Grant Lottering is a cyclist who survived a massive high speed crash in the Italian Alps in 2013.  Overcoming traumatic, near-fatal injuries including multiple fractures, he vowed not only to get back on his bicycle, but to make it count for more than his own personal sporting achievement.  

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Music - Satellite 79 launch new album

17 January 2022 3:04 PM

Guest: Kevin Botha

Pop Rock band Satellite 79 released their latest album ‘Into The Sun’ towards the end of last year – the same core group - but with a new singer and drummer.
The band has been around for many years, with the core group, Kevin Botha on bass and harmonica and Alec Leicher on guitars.
Johannesburg-born and raised, Kevin has also collaborated with the likes of Ed Jordan, Vicky Sampson, and  Mango Groove, co-writing some of their big hits.
He's been writing music since university, but his first big success was a song called Roadblock that he wrote for township artist, Mafika, winning his first gold record in 1987.
Kevin also teaches history at high school and joins us on the line.

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Legal Talk - Conscious parting

17 January 2022 2:33 PM

Guests: Rhiannon Thomas

              Dr Lorna Olckers

You might have heard of Conscious Uncoupling, but Milkwood offers a similar process called Concious Parting.
We speak to Rhiannon Thomas, a lawyer at Milkwood, a collaborative legal consultancy, and Dr Lorna Olckers, a social worker in private practice.


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Food 2 - Las Paletas Cafe launch

17 January 2022 2:05 PM

Guest: Diana Chavarro

In our second look at food today, we speak to Diana Chavarro, founder and MD of Las Paletas artisan lollies.

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Food 1 - New restaurant "Loco Vibra"

17 January 2022 1:53 PM

Guest: Chandrika Kamish

In our first food slot today, we speak to Chandrika Kamish, owner of Loco Vibra, a new tapas bar in Buitenkant Street.

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On the couch - Artist Rosemary Lapping-Sellers

17 January 2022 1:35 PM

Guest: Rosemary Lapping-Sellers

In On the Couch, we speak to Rosemary Lapping-Sellers, an artist who, at the age of 80, has just graduated with a Master's degree in Visual Studies from Stellenbosch University.

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Entertainment Guide: Podcast, movies and TV

14 January 2022 3:49 PM

With our Entertainment Guide are:
CapeTalk producer Rafiq Wagiet
EWN reporter Chanel September
Deputy Editor of TVPlus magazine, Craig Falck

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Health and Wellness: Stem cell donation

14 January 2022 2:56 PM

Some people with blood-related diseases such as leukaemia, aplastic anaemia, and other rare genetic disorders reach a point where their only chance of survival is to receive a blood stem cell transplant from a donor with the same tissue type.
But the chances of finding such a person is 1 in 100,000 - and of course, can only happen if people chose to sign up on the national database as donors.
To find out more, we're joined by Alana James, Executive Director DKMS Africa, formerly known as The Sunflower Fund.

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