Friday, July 24th, 2009
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Welcome to the Radio Workshop podcast! In this week’s episode, we join you as you go back to school after your nice long holiday. We take a visit to the school tuck shop and see what they have on offer. Then we talk about something that many people experience at some point in their lives—bullying. We take a look at a film about bullying in a South African primary school. Then, as always, there’s this week in history. Stay tuned!
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Welcome to the Show
Radio Workshop host Lesedi Mogoatlhe welcomes listeners to the 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.
If you’ve ever been bullied, you know that it can make your life very difficult. There’s a new documentary film called Lunchbox Bullies that looks at bullying in a South African primary school. Directed by Nadiva Schraibman and Nhlanhla Mthethwa, the film gives a human face to bullying, and shows how deeply it can affect young people.
Lunchbox Bullies was screened on SABC1, and at the Encounters South African International Documentary Film Festival. For more information about the film, contact Nadiva Schraibman at email@example.com.
If you have a story about bullying, write us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you!
What do you like to eat?
Today we’re talking about healthy eating…at your school, nogal! We’re off to the school tuck shop!
For more information on Heart and Stroke Foundation of South Africa’s tuck shop programme, visit their website.
This Week in History
Find out what important events happened this week in history!
For more information about the history of Liberia, visit the Global Connections website.
That’s it for this week, join us next week for more from the Radio Workshop. We hope you’ve enjoyed the show. Feel free to leave a comment below. We’d love to know what you think!