Marvel’s Agent Carter

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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.

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