30 November 2012

Ghana: PY and Bex Join DKB On 'Boys Boys' This Week

Derrick Kobina Bonney, popularly known as DKB will on Thursday, November 28, 2012, present Boys Boys, the all-men show on Viasat1. He sits in for regular presenter Kojo Frempong, who is indisposed only for this week and will return the following week.

Boys Boys is a unique platform created by Viasat1 to indulge and entertain influential, successful, and outspoken Ghanaian men. The one-hour show discusses issues relating to men and what they enjoy talking about.

This week however, the show delves into issues surrounding attitudes and sensitivity from both men and women; and how to deal with them from the male-perspective. Also appearing on the show for the first time is PY Addo Boateng, who shares the seat with regular guest Bex.

Bex later takes viewers into his world of technology. Known for playing around with gadgets and techs, he unveils a number of tech devices and explains how to use them without conflict. And does PY intend to get off his Blackberry for an iphone?

Don't miss Boys Boys this Thursday between 8pm and 9pm on Viasat1 as the trio discusses this week's topic and also disclose some personally-related issues. The repeat is on Sundays at 9am.

The 'men only' talk show is a Viasat1 OWN production, with the aim of increasing consumer share of viewership. Although male-skewed, women can't afford to miss it.

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