Inquiring Women Start TV Project
A panel of women sit and bring to life the many accomplishments of great St. Lucians, whose everyday achievements go unnoticed. Believe it or not, those achievers face real everyday issues and have genuine stories to tell and they will do so on ‘The Soup’.
That is the premise of St. Lucia’s ground-breaking talk show which premiered on Calabash TV last night.
‘The Soup’ is stirred by women passionate about life and curious about what makes people tick and what’s cooking in that cauldron of indecision. Curiosity does not kill the cat. It empowers, producers of the series say.
Those enquiring women are Sergin Joseph – media personality and sales and marketing executive; Medalese Breen – educator, media practitioner, cultural pioneer; Linda “Chocolate” Berthier – singer/songwriter, qualified nurse, media personality; Cindy James – a graduate of Grambling University, where she studied Marketing and was a top-ranked cheerleader and for three years competed at the National Cheerleading Association’s competition in Daytona, Florida.
In ‘The Soup’ these women will have regular discussions about everyday people in everyday life.
From the country’s Prime Minister to art designers, St. Lucians are finally going to get a bird’s eye view of the individuals behind it all. We do not only feature the stories of entrepreneurs or successful business persons, but the parents, the family members, role models and, more importantly, what gets their attention.
‘The Soup’ also plans to take the production to various functions, including but not limited to award ceremonies, music festivals, government functions and many others. The Soup’s Executive Producer is Sanue Joseph.
‘The Soup’ premiered last night at 7:00 p.m. with a repeat at 10:00 p.m. at its home Calabash TV. The programme is repeated Mondays at 10:00 p.m., Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays at 9:00 a.m.