The ex-radio host surprises us again!
After his sudden and shocking announcement of leaving 5fm with his radio posse, Gareth Cliff had recently revealed an online show he has decided to launch.
And now, Gareth continues on his new adventure with his own pan-African TV show which will be going live on Comedy Central!
The live “unradio” breakfast show will be aired on Comedy Central on and on from 1 May.
Just like his previous radio gig, it will feature calls, live interviews and a cheeky sideways look at the day’s news stories from Cliff’s new “” project, with the help of his loyal crew Damon Kalvari, Leigh-Ann Mol, Mabale Moloi and Siya Sangweni-Fynn.
“With the dramatic changes in the broadcast landscape in a relatively short period of time, people are already listening to radio everywhere except on the radio, with online being the frontrunner,” says Gareth.
“The partnership with Comedy Central not only gives our audience a traditional platform to join us as they’re getting ready to start the day, but is an opportunity to uncover fresh local content in a way that has never been done before in South Africa – reality radio!” he adds.
Evert van der Veer, Channel Head of Comedy Central, Africa says that it will be first daily live show in the African market.
“The addition of a localised editorial voice to put things in perspective for SA viewers adds a broad new dimension to our comedy portfolio.”
Catch the live broadcast every weekday from 07.35 CAT to 08.50 CAT on Comedy Central (DSTV Channel 122).
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You can join the conversation about the show, by adding #CliffComedyCentral to your tweets.

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