Preview: 10 September 2009

Written by TVSA Team from the blog Top Billing on 09 Sep 2009
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Coming up on Top Billing this week (10 September, 2009):

This week's episode is set at the No. 1 home, as voted for by a magazine.  The hose features 360’ views of Lions head and Camps Bay Beach.

In the line-up:

Lunch with PLUSH

After a year abroad studying songwriting, Rory Elliot has returned for a home tour with his band PLUSH. The show interviews him over lunch at “Mzoli’s Place” in Gugulethu, before heading to his live gig in Cape Town.

Dhiveja goes to Clarens…

What do artists, lions and castles have in common? All can be found in Clarens Situated in the Clarens Valley, the town has popularly become known as the “Jewel of the Free State”. Dhiveja goes on a tour to find out how it got it's name.

Sinfonia Mediterranean Cruise

Jo-ann hops aboard the MSC Sinfonia for a tour around the Mediterranean. Her travels take her through Valencia, Tunis, Toarmina and Naples.

“Serendipitea” for Hospice

Serendipitea began as a fashion show of second hand clothing and has now turned into a popular social event with celebrity’s and top businesses wanting to decorate their own table at the annual fundraiser, held at Summer Place in Johannesburg.

Top Billing attends the event which was theme round Escapism.

Art meets Fashion with Chereen Anderson

The White House Gallery in Johannesburg recently hosted the unveiling of the latest collection from fashion designer Chereen Anderson. The show takes a peak at her gowns, and gets an inside view on how the artwork in the gallery inspired her dresses.

Bassie’s Second Bookclub (Please note: this was scheduled to be on last week)

Bassie returns for Part 2 of her new bookclub segment. She speaks to guest authors Happy Ntshingila, Karen Brookes and Robin Wheeler over high tea at Emperor’s Palace.

Top Billing is on SABC3 on Thursdays at 19h30.


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