Size, make, and model of the TV hardly matter; so long as you get a chance to stay up to date. When that means paying the neighbor a brief visit or sipping a cup of tea at the local cafe, most of us will not hesitate.
I used to be a movies person but I'm increasingly interested in local and international TV channels. This family thing :). As one would expect, I am also building a list of my favorite TV personalities and actors. These include:
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He adds an extra dimension to the program, playing the role of the “villain”. He is like the Shark Tanks’ version of Ian Mbugua in Tusker Project Fame show and Roberts has a way of making O’Leary appear even worse.
Nevertheless, he makes the show even more interesting.
Despite the name of the program, which would make you think that it has got much to do with the househelps and which it indeed does, Njugush seems to be inextricably linked to the twists of events.
I wait to see how the show turns out without hearing Awiti call Njuguna in her Luo accent, “Njuguuna”.
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Larry Madowo has a way of making this show come alive.
With his apparent travelling hobby, numerous colleagues have stepped in to fill his role and the only person that comes close to what Larry does is perhaps Kobi Kihara.
Airing live every Wednesday and Thursday, this is one unique show that still commands great viewership despite the late hours.
I sometime struggle to wait for it, but it has sincerely kept me awake till 11 pm – to my significant other’s unspoken displeasure – more than just once.
From acting as Mwalimu King'ang'i in Maina's morning show on Classic FM to hosting the Churchill Show, this man is a living legend in my opinion.
The Churchill Show commands great viewership and I can't ever imagine missing it on Sundays unless of course I am not at home. Where else do you get to get a combination-dose for laughter and inspiration from high profile achievers?
When the program began, I found it rather flat but over time I have come to like it, perhaps initially drawn to it by the lack of a better alternative - on TV after 8pm Tuesday evening – to fit the needs of my whole family.
The more I watch the show, the more I like Shiro’s twists to scenes and I have recently been looking forward to watching it every Tuesday.