Podcast Producer Sean O Connor introduces John to the inspiration for his Podcast.
How To Die is a series of conversations with people who dance on the edges of life, to discover what death can teach us.
Violinist Elinor Speirs joins John in studio to introduce ‘IMMERSE’, a project that seeks to create wholly immersive experiences for audiences through real time collaborative art making – beginning with a premiere in Muizenberg on Thursday.
Guest: Roberto Quintas | Mayoral Committee Member for Transport at City Of Cape TownLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Estelle Ellis | Senior Journalist at Maverick CitizenLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Paul Slabolepszy
Fordsburg’s Finest opens at Theatre on the Bay on today and John is joined in studio by the play’s award-winning South African playwright, Paul Slabolepszy
Listen to CapeTalk's John Maytham's weekly book reviews and share his passion for all things literary. From fiction to non-fiction, John reads and reviews a range of books that would sit well on your reading list.
Elizabeth Finch by Julian Barnes
Overboard: A Novel by Sara Paretsky
A Russian on Commando by Boris Gorelik
Guest: Prof Alex van den Heever | Chair in the field of Social Security Systems Administration and Management Studies at Wits School Of GovernanceLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Emma Kaye Owner and Founder of Happy Hounds (https://www.happyhounds.co.za/)LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Our Burning Planet is the Daily Maverick section devoted to expert environmental opinion and analysis. We partner up each Friday on the Afternoon Drive to discuss a burning issue. John is joined by Journalist Sarah Hoek.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Freya Jarman-Ivens is a lecturer in music at the University of Liverpool. She joins John to consider the question, ‘Marilyn Monroe: why are we still obsessed 60 years after her death?’
Lebogang Montjane is the Executive Director of ISASA (The Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa). He joins John to discuss the impact that should be predicted of The City of Johannesburg’s reclassification of school properties, resulting in huge rate increases.