Saturday, June 6, 2015

Travel & Things, the broadcast, 06/06/2015


Listen the broadcast here:

Who else have been guests on my radio show?
Use this link to have a look.

"Travel & Things" is rebroadcast on a Wednesday night
 between 19h00 and 20h00
This was the line-up for "TRAVEL & THINGS" that aired between 10 and 11am on
SATURDAY, 06/06/2015



1485am broadcasts live from its Johannesburg studio
and nationally on DStv audio channel 869.
Radio Today (@Radio2Day) also streams via its website: www.1485.org.za
AND on cell phones: 1485.mobi
So you have no excuse!
Call me in studio on: 011 880 5839
Or you can sms on : 44008 (normal rates apply)

10h00-10h15:
Marie-lais Emond...
We chat about hidden gems in Johannesburg.
Read her column in the Citizen every Saturday.

The Michael Olivier minute 
Food lover and wine guru, Michael will continue to chat about what is new and "hot".

10h15-10h30:
Battle time, as I speak to Raymond Heron about the battles that occurred
at  Isandlwana and later the same day, at Rorke's Drift.
Unfortunately, Raymond took ill and was unable to chat.
I wish you better Raymond.
Luckily, Liz Spirret stepped in at the last minute to tell me about these battles.
Liz can be contacted on 036-6377702

10h30-10h45:
Kate Turkington joined me to talk about her impressions of Cuba.
Will the removal of sanctions by the USA make any difference?
Kate seems to think that they will.

Photo
10h45-11h00:
I recently used Wilro to get to Madikwe.
I was impressed with their service and punctuality.
I chatted to the CEO,Eugene Armer,
about the services they offer

UPDATE:
During the week I attended a function where the CEO
of ASATA, Otto de Vries spoke about this situation.
This is what Carolyn Hurry wrote:


This posting is brought to you DESPITE
Eskom load-shedding...
Thank you to BP fuel and a home generator!


         

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