Radio Workshop Podcast–April 18, 2009
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Welcome to this week’s episode of the Radio Workshop. Let’s take a look at what’s on the show today.
First, we take a walk along Cape Town’s Hout Bay Harbour and get a lesson on how to cook fish.
Next up, surfing champion Kwezi Qika tells us about the first time he picked up a surfboard.
As always, we take a stroll back in time with “This Week in History.”
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Welcome to the Show
Host Lesedi Mogoatlhe takes listeners through the lineup of this week’s show.
The Radio Workshop broadcasts every Saturday at 12 noon on SAFM. Visit SAFM’s website for information about how to find their frequency in your area.
Hout Bay Harbour
Today’s Audio Postcard brings us to the fish market at Cape Town’s Hout Bay Harbour. Our youth reporters from the Hout Bay Music Project get some advice on what to do with that fish you just caught.
Do you like to cook? Click here for some simple recipies designed for young people.
Audio Profile: Kwezi Qika
Would you believe that surfing champion Kwezi Qika used to be afraid of the water? What happened that changed his mind?
Click here to watch a video of Kwezi Qika surfing.
Do you want to know more about surfing?
Here are some sites that will steer you in the right direction:
This Week in History
This week we hear about a giant leap into outer space, a sunken ship, dealing with the past in South Africa, and as always, a few birthdays.
To find out more about what happened this week in South African history, visit the South African History Online website.
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Thanks for joining us for this week’s show. We hope you’ve enjoyed it. Feel free to leave a comment below. We’d love to know what you think!
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