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Reading Matters: 24 Aprr 2014: @SueGrantMarshal with new Exclusive Books CEO, Benjamin Trisk @exclusivescoza.
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April 24, 2014 09:27 AM PDT
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Sue's guest was the recently appointed Exclusive Books CEO, Benjamin Trisk. http://www.exclus1ves.co.za/ Reading Matters hosted by Sue Grant-Marshall is broadcast on Thursdays from 10h00 to 10h30 (GMT+2) and repeated on Sundays at 16h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and country-wide on DStv Audio Channel 869. Radio Today also streams on its website www.1485.org.za and on 1485.mobi. Radio Today! Radio that delivers!
Heritage Today @JoburgHeritage: Tue 22 Apr 2014: Queen Elizabeth II - 88 YESTERDAY, AND STILL GOING STRONG!
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April 22, 2014 04:36 AM PDT
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After our long-weekend it is back to,work for many of us, but spare a thought for Queen Elizabeth II, who celebrated her 88th birthday yesterday and is no doubt continuing her busy schedule today. Our guest today is Royden Peden, who has been on our programme before, and is a keen collector of Royal memorabilia and, more importantly, anecdotes on the family, past and present. Radio Today broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and country-wide on DStv Audio Channel 869. Streaming on www.1485.org.za or 1485.mobi. Heritage Today comes courtesy of the Johannesburg Heritage Foundation. Radio Today, Radio that delivers! Radio that cares!
BASA Today @basa_news - 20 Apr 2014: @chrisavantsmith; Keith Dietrich @lizamoregallery; Ricky Gordon @colourikamva; Peter Binsbergen.
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April 20, 2014 07:50 AM PDT
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BASA Today - 20 Apr 2014: Guests and topics were as follows: 1. Keith Dietrich. The first leg of his touring solo exhibition, Fragile Histories|Fugitive Lives opened at Iziko Museums of South Africa on 16 April. An exhibition by Centre for Comic, Illustrative and Book Arts Director, Keith Dietrich, in association with Lizamore & Associates art gallery (@lizamoregallery) in Johannesburg, "Fragile Histories" examines crime and punishment at the Cape of Good Hope during the eighteenth century. 2. Ricky Lee Gordon. Colour Ikamva. Reimagining education through creativity and self-empowerment. The Colour Ikamva Campaign project was started to prove that there is a science behind creativity, and how art in physical spaces can bring about social change. Colour Ikamva transforms schools into inspiring spaces, which in turn inspires the learners and educators who occupy them. For mor info go to http://colourikamva.co.za/. 3. Peter Binsbergen, national chairman of The Sasol New Signatures Art Competition. The Sasol New Signatures Art Competition, established by the Association of Arts Pretoria in the 1960’s, is recognised as the longest running national art competition in South Africa. This year, Sasol celebrates a milestone in its contribution towards the development of South Africa’s arts and culture industry as its 25th year as a lead sponsor of the Sasol New Signatures Art Competition. Artists can visit www.sasolnewsignatures.co.za or contact Nandi Hilliard at the Association of Arts Pretoria on 012 346 3100, 083 288 5117, artspta@mweb.co.za for further information on the competition. 4. Michael Coulson - Commentary on the contemporary art scene in Johannesburg. Radio Today's BASA Today is sponsored by Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) and is hosted by Chris Avant-Smith (@chrisavantsmith) on Sundays from 11h00 to 12h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and country-wide on DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za and1485.mobi. Radio Today! Radio that delivers!
BASA Newsflash (@basa_news) - Fri 18 Apr 2014: @ChrisAvantSmith with Tebogo Macholo CEO at PACOFS (@PACOFS_co_za).
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April 19, 2014 01:42 AM PDT
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Chris Avant-Smith from @Radio2Day spoke to Tebogo Macholo Tebogo Macholo CEO at PACOFS (@PACOFS_co_za) about Performing Arts Centre of Free State (PACOFS) first-ever Artists Indaba held at the Sand du Plessis Theatre in Bloemfontein on April 12. The milestone event presented a unique opportunity for performing arts stakeholders in the province to become part of the new era of PACOFS. PACOFS is the flag ship of theatre activities in the Free State Province, the central region of South Africa. For more info go to http://www.pacofs.co.za/. Radio Today's BASA Newsflash sponsored by Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) is hosted by Chris Avant-Smith on Fridays from 17h45 to18h00 (GMT+2) and repeated on Wednesdays at 11h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and country-wide on DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za and on 1485.mobi. Radio Today! Radio that delivers!
Reading Matters: 17 Aprr 2014: @SueGrantMarshal with @ChesterMissing (aka Conrad Koch) @JacanaMedia
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April 17, 2014 01:37 AM PDT
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Chester Missing (aka Conrad Koch), SA's hottest new puppet political analyst, spoke to Sue Grant-Marshall about his first book: Chester Missing's Guide to the Elections '14. Reading Matters hosted by Sue Grant-Marshall is broadcast on Thursdays from 10h00 to 10h30 (GMT+2) and repeated on Sundays at 16h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and country-wide on DStv Audio Channel 869. Radio Today also streams on its website www.1485.org.za and on 1485.mobi. Radio Today! Radio that delivers!
Heritage Today @JoburgHeritage: Tue 15 Apr 2014: Flo Bird with Maurice Smithers #Yeoville and #Bellevue
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April 15, 2014 05:00 AM PDT
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Yeoville and Bellevue are historically and architecturally fascinating parts of the inner city, but they do suffer from the blight of urban decay - overcrowding, lack of maintenance and a serious lack of management by the City of Johannesburg. Flo Bird talks to Maurice Smithers who has lived there and watched the changes which make it dynamic and very exciting, but also challenging and depressing for the community which is trying to turn tings around without losing its multi-cultural assets. Maurice has written a book, “Re-imagining post-apartheid Yeoville Bellevue", which can be downloaded free in a PDF version identical to the printed one. Go to: http://bit.ly/yeovillesmithers. This book is important not only for Yeoville, but for other heritage-packed suburbs of Johannesburg. Radio Today broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and country-wide on DStv Audio Channel 869. Streaming on www.1485.org.za or 1485.mobi. Heritage Today comes courtesy of the Johannesburg Heritage Foundation. Radio Today, Radio that delivers! Radio that cares!
BASA Today @basa_news - 13 Apr 2014: @chrisavantsmith; @jodibieber @Goodman_Gallery; @JDA_SouthAfrica @BDliveSA @Hollard; Abigail Kubeka
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April 13, 2014 03:54 AM PDT
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BASA Today - 13 Apr 2014: Guests and topics were as follows: 1. Jodi Bieber: Photographer - Artist:: Solo exhibition, Quiet, at Goodman Gallery Johannesburg. 2. Thanduxolo Mendrew : JDA Chief Executive Officer: 17TH Annual Business Day BASA Awards,partnered by Hollard - previous winner. 3. Mama Abigail Kubeka: South African singer, songwriter, musical arranger and actress. Mama Abigail was the winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 8th annual South African Film and Television (SAFTA) awards, in 2014. 4. Michael Coulson - Commentary on the contemporary art scene in Johannesburg. Radio Today's BASA Today is sponsored by Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) and is hosted by Chris Avant-Smith (@chrisavantsmith) on Sundays from 11h00 to 12h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and country-wide on DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za and1485.mobi. Radio Today! Radio that delivers!
BASA Newsflash (@basa_news) - Fri 11 Apr 2014: @ChrisAvantSmith with Tom Porter and Dominique Soma @Connect_ZA
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April 11, 2014 11:40 PM PDT
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Chris Avant-Smith from @Radio2Day spoke to Tom Porter, Head of Arts for the British Council in South Africa and Dominique Soma, The British Council’s Young Creative Entrepreneur Live Music Award Winner 2014. The British Council’s Young Creative Entrepreneur (YCE) programme celebrates, supports and connects the most exciting entrepreneurs who are innovating the creative and cultural industries around the world. Radio Today's BASA Newsflash sponsored by Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) is hosted by Chris Avant-Smith on Fridays from 17h45 to18h00 (GMT+2) and repeated on Wednesdays at 11h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and country-wide on DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za and on 1485.mobi. Radio Today! Radio that delivers!
Reading Matters: 10 Aprr 2014: @SueGrantMarshal with Jenny Hobbs @FranLitFest @RandomStruik @JonathanBallPub
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April 10, 2014 04:48 AM PDT
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Sue Grant-Marshall interviewed author Jenny Hobbs about her first book, Thoughts in a Makeshift Mortuary, which has just been re-published by Umuzi. They also discussed the Franchhoek Literary Festival, www.flf.co.za which takes place from 16 to 18 May 2014. Sue and Jenny spoke too about ,The War that Ended Peace, by Margaret MacMillan, published by Profile and handled in SA by Jonathan Ball.
Heritage Today @JoburgHeritage: Tue 8 Apr 2014: Den Adams with Andrew Clements @BarKitcheners
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April 08, 2014 05:49 AM PDT
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KITCHENERS PUB IN BRRAAMFONTEIN – THE SECOND OLDEST PUB IN JOBURG? Joburg Heritage has been spending a lot of time in Braamfontein of late, exploring new haunts and revisiting old ones, sharing in the revival of this fascinating area so close to the inner City. One of its real heritage masterpieces is the old Milner Park Hotel, home to many a traveller, businessman, student – all of whom spent many happy hours in their pub - now named after Lord Kitchener. In their search of Heritage Restaurants, Den Adams has led a group of dedicated diners around the historic culinary sites, including Swallows Inn, Troyeville Hotel, the Radium Beer Hall, Guildhall, The View, and even picnicked in Modderfontein – to search for the oldest eating establishment in Johannesburg. Braamfontein’s Kitchener Restaurant could well be one of them, the Hotel having opened its doors over 100 years ago, and Den asked Andrew Clements, who runs the Hotel and Kitcheners, to be his guest on Heritage Today. Radio Today broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and country-wide on DStv Audio Channel 869. Streaming on www.1485.org.za or 1485.mobi. Heritage Today comes courtesy of the Johannesburg Heritage Foundation. Radio Today, Radio that delivers! Radio that cares!

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