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About Graham Roberts
Graham Roberts “Keep it real”, is the advice from Graham who started with the station in September 2011. He joined Algoa FM at a pivotal time, in December 2011, when we extended our broadcast area into the Garden Route. “Being a part of the expansion into the Garden Route, and being the first presenter on air at the time of the switch-on was phenomenal”.

Graham’s cool, calm, collected and kind attitude towards everything and everyone he meets, keeps him grounded. This born and raised East London boy, has a passion for music and says, “I just really love music, and as a result collect CD’s and LP’s”.

Graham feels honoured to work amongst the people he grew up listening to including Daron Mann, Lance Du Plessis and Charl Leslie. “They’ve been my inspiration to want to follow a career in radio, and they’re people that I look up to and respect greatly”.

Graham keeps the momentum going as he opens up the lines to listeners to dedicate songs from the Algoa FM playlist, keeping them entertained throughout as they make the best of their weekend with good music and good conversation.


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Lance du Plesis, Lauren Mungur, Graham Roberts and Cheri Crous (Algoa FM) at the 2013 Homemakers Expo
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Latest Posts
05:00 (GMT+2), Fri, Friday, April 18, 2014
The world took to Katy Perry immediately when she burst onto the music scene with the release of her worldwide breakthrough hit "I kissed a girl" in 2007.

But how many know that as far back as 2001, Katy was a gospel singer, who had just released her debut gospel album? She took the gospel music scene by storm with the release of her first gospel album under the name Katy Hudson. Our Cool Classic for today features one of the singles from that very album.

This is Katy perry as you have never seen her before, performing a single called "Search me":

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06:10 (GMT+2), Thu, Thursday, April 17, 2014
"(We Want) The Same Thing" is a song by the American singer Belinda Carlisle. Written by Rick Nowels and Ellen Shipley, it was produced by Nowels for Carlisle's third album Runaway Horses (1989). It was released as the album's sixth and final single in the UK on October 2, 1990. To help promote the single in the UK, Virgin Records released a deluxe 12" vinyl boxed set with free stickers, and a picture disc CD-single, in addition to standard formats. The single peaked at number six on the UK singles chart and spent ten weeks in the top 75.

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04:54 (GMT+2), Thu, Thursday, April 17, 2014
A video of a US flight attendant turning her safety talk into a comedy routine is proving a huge hit online.

More than five million people have watched the clip of Marty Cobb which has her passengers rolling with laughter on a Southwest Airlines flight to Salt Lake City.

She began:"If I can pretend to have your attention for just a few moments, my ex-husband, my new boyfriend and their divorce attorney are going to show you the safety features aboard this 737 800 series."

Ms Cobb then instructed passengers to "position your seat belt tight and low across your hips, like my grandmother wears her support bra."

She continued by informing them that "in the unlikey event the pilot lands beside a hot tub" each passenger would get their own "teeny-weeny yellow Southwest bikini" as her colleagues held up yellow life jackets.

"One size fits all. To activate the flow of oxygen, simply insert 75 cents for the first minute. If you're travelling with more than one child, pick out the one that might have the most earning potential down the road," she quipped.

"Basically just do what we say and nobody gets hurt," she concludes in the three-minute briefing.

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06:18 (GMT+2), Wed, Wednesday, April 16, 2014
So I must admit that day 2 wasn’t that fantastic in that I wasn’t able to keep a single plan, having had to go and do an in-store announcing gig. But, I still managed to get a fair amount of exercise in through this work. Not much else to report on at this stage. I will say that this long Easter weekend should be a little challenge with regards to keeping to the weight loss promise. I mean, easter eggs, hot cross buns, and pickled fish…..mmmmm
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06:05 (GMT+2), Wed, Wednesday, April 16, 2014
"Smells Like Teen Spirit" is a song by the American rock band Nirvana. It is the opening track and lead single from the band's second album, Nevermind (1991), released on DGC Records. Written by Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, and Dave Grohl and produced by Butch Vig, the song uses a verse-chorus form where the main four-chord riff is used during the intro and chorus to create an alternating loud and quiet dynamic.

The unexpected success of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" in late 1991 propelled Nevermind to the top of the charts at the start of 1992, an event often marked as the point where alternative rock entered the mainstream. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was Nirvana's biggest hit, topping the U.S. Modern Rock Tracks chart for one week, reaching number six on the Billboard Hot 100, and placing high on music industry charts around the world in 1991 and 1992.

"Smells Like Teen Spirit" received many critical plaudits, including topping the Village Voice Pazz & Jop critics' poll and winning two MTV Video Music Awards for its music video, which was in heavy rotation on music television. The song was dubbed an "anthem for apathetic kids" of Generation X, but the band grew uncomfortable with the success and attention it received as a result. In the years since Cobain's death, listeners and critics have continued to praise "Smells Like Teen Spirit" as one of the greatest rock songs of all time.

Cobain came up with the song's title when his friend Kathleen Hanna, at the time the lead singer of the riot grrrl band Bikini Kill, spray painted "Kurt Smells Like Teen Spirit" on his wall. Since they had been discussing anarchism, punk rock, and similar topics, Cobain interpreted the slogan as having a revolutionary meaning. What Hanna actually meant, however, was that Cobain smelled like the deodorant Teen Spirit, which his then-girlfriend Tobi Vail wore. Cobain later claimed he was unaware that it was a brand of deodorant until months after the single was released.

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