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The One Show ends Season 2 and makes way for Life is Wild

Viasat 1’s primetime talk show ‘The One Show’ closed its second season on Thursday June 16 with an exciting live show. The second season of the show saw a slight change in content as it took a swivel from its entertainment focused- up beat- tempo to a more mature approach, including political and socio-economic issues […]

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joselyn dumas and py addoViasat 1’s primetime talk show ‘The One Show’ closed its second season on Thursday June 16 with an exciting live show. The second season of the show saw a slight change in content as it took a swivel from its entertainment focused- up beat- tempo to a more mature approach, including political and socio-economic issues to its discussions. Some critics were a bit skeptical about the new approach but in the long run the additions have been acclaimed as welcome and described as progress.Season 2 also saw the addition of a second host in the person of PY Addo Boateng, in a quest to broaden the scope and reach of the show which was initially totally female skewed. During its run the One Show has hosted personalities from diverse divides of society including some big names in showbiz the likes of female rap artiste Tiffany, Afro-neo-soul diva Efyah, Afro-pop star Easy, Actress Yvonne Okoro, Actor Adjetey Annang, to mention a few. Issues tackled have included sexual dysfunctions in both sexes, reformed homosexuals, health care, family and relationships. Others hosted included Deputy Minister for Water Resources, Works and Housing, Chiropractor practitioner Dr Marcus Manns, and black stars player Hans Adu- Sarpei- who denied rumors that he had some sort of an affair with controversial radio and TV personality Delay, on the show.

Hosts of the one show Joselyn Dumas and PY Addo Boateng say they have had an eventful and exciting season. “We hope to have an even more enthralling season 3!” Season 3 of the one show is expected to take off before close of year. Meanwhile a new series Life Is Wild has began on Viasat1. Life Is Wild is an American television serial drama adapted from the popular British drama Wild at Heart. The show is about a New York veterinarian who moves his second wife and their two sets of children to a South African game reserve run by his former father-in-law. Life Is Wild shows Sundays at 8pm only on Viasat 1.

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Freedom Jacob Caesar accused of photoshopping himself into pictures

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Ghanaian Real Estate Mogul, Nana Kwame Bediako now known as Freedom Jacob Cesar has been accused of photoshopping himself into pictures. (more…)

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Why are import duties in Ghana so high? It makes no sense- Michael Blackson

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Ghanaian-American actor and comedian, Michael Blackson has recently taken to Twitter and Instagram to make complaints about the cost of clearing goods in Ghana. (more…)

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Ohemaa Woyeje welcomes second child

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Award-winning Ghanaian radio personality, Ohemaa Woyeje has welcomed her second child, a baby girl. (more…)

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KSM reveals he’s been battling prostate cancer for a year

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Popular Ghanaian satirist and talk show host, Kwaku Sintim-Misa popularly known as KSM, has revealed in an exclusive interview with Joy News that he has spent the last year battling prostate cancer. (more…)

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Former Twitter CEO Jack’s plate of Ghana Jollof reignites “Jollof War”

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Former Twitter C.E.O, Jack Dorsey has resurrected the never-ending “Jollof” battle on Twitter. (more…)

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Pentecost Church denied my mum and I a room, asked us to sleep in the park- Criss Waddle reveals

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Ghanaian rapper, Criss Waddle has bemoaned the ill treatment he and his mother went through in the hands of the Pentecost Church in Ghana. (more…)

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