Marvel’s Agent Carter
Season 2 Vuzu AMP (*103) 20:30 Sci-fi Episode 3 Peggy goes back to New York to help Howard Stark with an investigation that leads them to discover that Wilkes is alive but invisible.
How did you get your own talkshow? It’s been three years in the making with Cheeky Media, who I worked with on Tongue In Cheek (2014-2015). I was copresenting with two other people and thought, “I can get better – I want my own show.” I’d been speaking to a lot of people and now here I am. So what’s the idea behind it? A talkshow doesn’t have to be about anything specific to work. Late-night talkshows have become a focus lately and get the most publicity. I’ve never swayed from what I wanted to do. I’m comfortable doing stand-up comedy on stage but I don’t want to be a comedian on TV. I want to get people thinking and talking. How is it different from your radio show? There’s no music [Laughs]. I’d like to think I’m the same person on both. I can see the show’s going to grow me a lot in two ways – discipline and advancement. What kind of guests are you looking for? Everyone from models to politicians, sports stars and actors. Even unknowns – real people. There is no limitation as to who can sit in my chair. I’m very hard on myself, even on my radio show. If an interview is boring, I blame myself and think I should’ve researched more or asked better questions. And who would you like to still chat to? There’s a list, starting with former First Ladies Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and Zanele Mbeki. I like authors too and definitely former US President Bill Clinton – he has the right amount of charm and intellect… and that smile.