Catch the 11th episode this Friday 11.30pm SE Asia, 10pm Phillipines and 11pm Middle East on Star World, and if you cant make that, the repeat is on Sunday!
Actress and environmentalist Steph Song talks to Jon about cow flatulence and her risque role in the recent Dim Sum Funeral.
Known for blasting his holds-no-barred opinions on sports television, will the sifu of soccer wisdom Shebby Singh bestow upon Jon a golden tip-off or give our ever-cheeky host a red card at the final whistle?
Jon meets the rose behind the steel – actress Julia Nickson – who has nestled in the arms of action heroes like Sly Stallone and Chuck Norris, to chat about her past and current ventures.
Grapes or grains? The ladies of intoxication – wine expert Debra Meiburg and Brew Master Kim Wong – swirl Jon around their worlds of nectar-making.
Described as the “greatest stage actor of his generation”, Simon Russell Beale finds himself to be at his happiest sharing a satay meal with jaunty Jon.
Having played opening acts to The Bravery and Kaiser Chiefs, Electrico hits Asia Uncut with their new stirring single, Save Our Souls that proves that they ain’t no side show band.
The star chef of hit food series David Rocco’s Dolce Vita swears by peanut butter and jelly and carb meals. Join Jon to get a whiff on Rocco’s gastronomical journeys.
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