On your internet radio tonight in South Africa - Saturday 4 October The Late, Late Show

Please join me, Eric Alan and my special guests, South African actress Lillian Dube, international jazz singer Stacy Kent who will tell their stories of their experiences on surviving breast cancer. We also have Fadwa Walker from CANSA and Karin Blumer from NICRO on Radio 2000 at 10pm (South African Time) tonight for a discussion on life after breast cancer. Music is an important part of our show and we feature a heap of great South African music, to discover more just tune in on the web the Radio 2000 website.

The telephone lines will be open for your questions, I look forward to your participation so please call me on the the international number from your country is 27 89 110 2003 and the local number is 089 110 2003 my direct email address is eric@radio2000.co.za. I hope that you will be able to join us on the Late, Late Show at 10pm( South African Time) tonight exclusive to Radio 2000. I look forward to having you join us. Remember the website to listen to the Radio 2000 stream is http://www.radio2000.co.za

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