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The Tim Smal Show

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Epic conversations with awesome musicians.

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Katie Lyon – Some Things Take Time

September 21st, 2020


Katie Lyon talks about her latest release 'Some Things Take Time', as well as her live performance at The House of Machines in Cape Town.

Katie Lyon is a singer-songwriter from Southwest Florida. She is influenced by …

Dr. James F. Zender – Recovering from a car accident

September 9th, 2020


Dr. James F. Zender talks about road safety in reference to his new book 'Recovering From Your Car Accident: The Complete Guide to Reclaiming Your …

Kristina Murray – Southern Ambrosia

August 25th, 2020


Kristina Murray talks about her second full-length record 'Southern Ambrosia' as well as her latest single 'The Great Unknown'.

Georgia-bred, …

Edythe Richards – Emotional intelligence

August 13th, 2020


Edythe Richards from A Top Career, talks about emotional intelligence and her work as a career counselor.

As a career counselor, Edythe has helped …

Nibs van der Spuy – Live in Lisbon with Guy Buttery

August 9th, 2020


Nibs van der Spuy talks about his latest releases ‘Live in Lisbon with Guy Buttery’ and ‘A Circle of Swallows’.

Nibs is one of the most extraordinary and exciting world acoustic guitarists to come out of South Africa. …

Marie Thouin – Mindful dating

August 4th, 2020


Marie Thouin from Love InSight, talks about mindful dating and overcoming obstacles on the path to love.

Marie is a PhD candidate in East-West …

Paula Rogo – Diverse perspectives in storytelling

July 28th, 2020


Paula Rogo from Kali Media, talks about diverse perspectives in storytelling and her work as a journalist.

Paula is the founder and CEO of Kali …

Kristin Meekhof – Healing from grief and loss

June 8th, 2020


Kristin Meekhof, a resilience and gratitude expert, talks about healing from grief and loss.

Kristin is a speaker, writer, and author. She spoke at …

Nidhi Chaitow – Conscious rhythm, self-care & eldership

May 24th, 2020


Nidhi Chaitow talks about conscious rhythm, self-care and transitions to eldership.

Nidhi is a psychosocial counsellor and facilitator living on the Garden Route of South Africa. She ran the Drum Cafe on the Garden …

Frank James – Comedy sketches based on MBTI®

May 14th, 2020


Frank James talks about his comedy sketches based on The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®.

Frank is a video creator on YouTube who focuses on the arena of personality. He creates comedy sketches based on two personality …

Candice Winterboer – Codependency and self-care

May 9th, 2020


Candice Winterboer, a life and business coach, talks about codependency and self-care.

Candice trained at the South African College of Applied …

Rob Arnold – Customer service and business culture

April 26th, 2020


Rob Arnold from RCA Consulting, talks about customer service and business culture.

Rob is the founder and director of RCA Consulting in Cape Town. …

Carol Williams – Podcasting and entrepreneurship

April 16th, 2020


Carol Williams from The Stellar Effect, talks about podcasting and entrepreneurship.

Carol co-founded South Africa’s first full-service podcast …

Audrey Delbarre – Wine and well-being

April 8th, 2020


Audrey Delbarre from La Petite Nénette, talks about wine and well-being.

Audrey is the founder of La Petite Nénette, a company based in France that …

Andrew Maunder – The rise of the no-code movement

March 21st, 2020


Andrew Maunder, a digital product designer, talks about the no-code movement.

Andrew is a product and experience designer based in Berlin who over the past decade has been using a variety of human-centric design …

Gavin Gold – From Cape Town to New York City

March 18th, 2020


Gavin Gold, a singer-songwriter, talks about moving from Cape Town to New York City.

Gavin was born in Cape Town, South Africa and was impacted by …

Stephen Aspeling – The streaming service revolution

March 14th, 2020


Stephen Aspeling, a film critic at Spling Movies, talks about video streaming services.

Stephen, better known as “Spling”, has been a film fanatic since he first watched the psychedelic elephant dance from Dumbo in the …

Jono Le Feuvre – The South African wine industry

January 18th, 2019


Jono Le Feuvre, a wine critic at Han Drinks Solo, talks about South African wine.

Jono is not a bean counter. He is a bean roaster. Bean roasters …

Doug Keith – Pony

September 14th, 2015


Doug Keith talks about his journey from playing punk rock bass guitar to becoming a singer-songwriter in reference to his record 'Pony'.

If you’ve never heard of Doug Keith but think you’ve seen him somewhere, it’s …

Simon van Gend – Suffer Well

August 24th, 2015


Simon van Gend, a singer-songwriter, talks about overcoming writer's block in reference to his record 'Suffer Well'.

The Simon van Gend Band are an …

Pete Uhlenbruch (Owls of the Swamp) – Atlas

July 14th, 2015


Pete Uhlenbruch from Owls Of The Swamp, talks about the creative energy in Reykjavík, Iceland in reference to his record 'Atlas'.

Mysterious, haunting, bewitching, mesmerising; these are terms typically used to …

Sam McTrusty (Twin Atlantic) – Great Divide

July 14th, 2015


Sam McTrusty from Twin Atlantic, talks about their South African tour in reference to their record 'Great Divide'.

Twin Atlantic are a Scottish alternative rock band from Glasgow, Scotland. They have released five …

Chloe Clark – In Between

July 6th, 2015


Chloe Clark, a singer-songwriter, talks about her record 'In Between'.

Born and raised in South Africa, pianist, singer and songwriter Chloe Clark, started singing at a young age. She joined her first band at the age …

Dominic Adelbert – Artist brand management

July 6th, 2015


Dominic Adelbert from DA Musical, talks about artist brand management.

DA Musical is a music brand consultancy started in November 2013 by Dominic …

Tim Millar (Protest The Hero) – Volition

April 28th, 2015


Tim Millar from Protest The Hero, talks about their South African tour in reference to their record ‘Volition’.

Protest the Hero is a Canadian …

Eric Pulido (Midlake) – Antiphon

April 7th, 2015


Eric Pulido from Midlake, talks about taking over lead vocals for the band on their record 'Antiphon'.

Midlake is an American folk rock band from …

Ryan Culwell – Flatlands

March 3rd, 2015


Ryan Culwell talks about the Dust Bowl in the Texas Panhandle in reference to his record 'Flatlands'.

When Ryan released his critically acclaimed …

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