Tuesday, 24 October 2017


This subject matter might be taboo in many households but in essence it needs to be dissected eventually. The brave Precious Mphahlele takes this topic head-on and delves deep into what goes on in the bedroom. From 'friends with benefits'to oral sex this show covers everything there is to know about love-making.
Every Tuesday between 10am and 12pm be sure to tune into Metro Rhythm and get some tips on how to reach your partner's delicate spot. 

Wednesday, 11 October 2017


Cooking has never been so mouth-watering and enticing from audio without any visuals. That's the case with Chef Nathan's show 'What's Cooking?'airing every Friday from 12pm until 2pm. Chef Nathan takes the listener on a journey of food and elaborates on what goes into the perfect dish. Every week is filled with new menus and guests who know their way around the kitchen. Food does not only feed one's hunger but the soul as well which is why tuning in to this show is vital for you. Allow Chef Nathan to give you some of the best ingredients that will shake up your kitchen.

Thursday, 5 October 2017


A country music concert was tragically cut short in Nevada when a mysterious gunman sprayed a hail of bullets at the audience attending the event. 63-year-old Stephen Paddock was in his 32nd floor apartment, at a hotel, when he opened fire at the unsuspecting crowd. 59 people were killed and nearly 530 were injured. At this point it is still unclear what drove Paddock to commit this massacre with 10 suitcases filled with machine guns found in his hotel room. He then committed suicide upon shooting at the crowd before police officials got to his hotel room. His girlfriend, a Philippines national, was flown to the USA for questioning following the ordeal. Paddock is said to have been a retired accountant with multi-millions to his name along with gambling habits. His brother, Eric, described how shocked he was when he heard of the news.

Wednesday, 4 October 2017


Family Matters is a weekly show, hosted by Chris Samuels, airing on Wednesdays and Fridays between 10am and 12pm. The show will tackle issues faced by families from all demographics in this day and age. Is it wise for a matriculant to take a gap year after completing their schooling? and what about the so called 'Middle child problems' that seem to constantly affect the second born sibling in the family? Chris will also be looking into how social media affects contemporary families when comparing the interaction patterns that appear to be hampered by technology. Are you a conservative parent who has issues with their child's sexual orientation? Family Matters is the kind of show that delves deep into these taboo subject matters and tries to find solutions for all parties involved.