Late Nights with Sara-Jayne King
Episodes in this series
Poetry Workshop20 February 2019 | 11 Minute Listen
Guest: Linda Kaoma, Poet, Writer, Projects and Events Manager - Arts Sector Host: Linzi Bourhill, Late Nights Topic: Poetry Workshop Linda Kaoma is a poet, writer, projects and events manager in the arts. She is a Salzburg Global Seminars Fellow and a CNN-featured project manager with over eight years of experience in project and event management in the arts sector. In 2013, she performed in Amsterdam at the Afro Vibes Festival alongside Dutch poet Babs Gons, in a poetic production entitled Becoming Another, Becoming You. She was a panellist at the Open Book Festival in 2014 and 2017 and at the Franschhoek Literary Festival in 2015 and 2016. She’s also shared her work locally and in Austria, Ghana, and Kenya. Her work has been published on Unbranded Truth Online Magazine which she founded and edited, on Badilisha Poetry X-change, and in the Life Righting Collective website as well as in New Contrast. Contributing author to the Life Righting Collective’s This is how it is anthology.
Profile: Alanna Joy20 February 2019 | 38 Minute Listen
Guest: Alanna Joy, Singer/Songwriter - Cape Town Host: Linzi Bourhill, Late Nights Topic: Profile: Alanna Joy Alanna Joy is a 22-year-old singer/songwriter from Cape Town. With stunning vocals and honest lyrics, she captures audiences with an Indie folk/pop/rock style. Accompanying herself with rhythmic guitar and often collaborating with different instrumentalists, Alanna has been performing around Cape Town for the last three years, playing venues such as The V&A Waterfront Amphitheatre, Cafe Roux and City Hall. In early 2018 she released her debut single 'Beautiful Nights' and received a great response from her fans as well as local radio play.
The Profile: Tracy Norman19 February 2019 | 25 Minute Listen
Guest: Tracy Norman, Singer/Songwriter Host: Sara-Jayne King, Late Nights Topic: The Profile: Tracy Norman Tracy Norman is a Cape Town-based singer/songwriter who is quickly becoming a respected musician in the local live music scene. Her songs are a thoughtful reflection of the beauty and struggle of life as well as the issues facing our society. She writes from the heart and her lyrics are honest and real.