UCT TV is Proud to Announce that Stepping Stone Multi-Camera Course is Back! (Week Two)
On Tuesday and Wednesday the participants were divided into two groups and each group came up with a talk show concepts, which they shot and edited after extensive planning. Group One produced a game show entitled “Mzansi Love”. The humorous game show had a presenter who asked the participating four contestants general knowledge questions based on South African culture and history.
Mzanzi Love – Game Show
On the other hand Group Two produced “The Revulva”, an African feminist talk show which was streamed live on the UCT TV YouTube channel. The talk show unpacked the current crisis in Sudan but from a feminist perspective. Abul Ajak was the guest of the show.
Poster for “The Revulva”
On Thursday, both groups got to watch their productions and received feedbacks from Thabo Bopape, the Stepping Stone learning co-ordinator, and Clement Nchabeleng, UCT TV’s Chief Technical Officer.
Playback and discussion
Lastly on Friday, the programme welcomed Steven Roy Goodman, the host of Higher Education Today, which is an US-based talk show on education. The talk show has won six Telly Awards in the US for addressing contemporary education issues. The collaboration between UCT Television Studio and Steven started in 2013. This year is the fourth time Higher Education Today has been taped at UCT TV. Steven had a workshop on producing and presenting his talk show. Archie Birch had a session with the participants to assist them to design and build the set for Steven‘s talk show. They rehearsed in the afternoon. The first episode of Higher Education Today was shot on Monday 24th of June… More exciting news to come!