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The Duke (TV talk show)

The Duke is TV magazine talk show cum lifestyle magazine for men, produced by AXN Asia.

It is hosted by Marc Nelson and Rovilson Fernandez, the alpha males last seen on the 2nd season of The Amazing Race Asia, and Eunice Olsen, Miss Singapore-Universe 2000 and a nominated member of parliament.

Its première season was launched on February 9, 2009 with 13 episodes. Each week centers on a topic of discussion with invited guests and an interview with a Duke-of-the-week, intersperse with lifestyle & travel features.

Episode Topic Duke Interview
1 Women, can we live without them? Allan Zeman
founder of Hong Kong's party district Lan Kwai Fong
2 Metrosexuality Dingdong Dantes, Philippines actor-model
3 Secret Fantasies Dennis Foo
CEO of St. James Power House
4 The Age of Women in Power Simon Ma
Hong Kong designer, artist, musician based in Shanghai
5 30 is the new 20 Cyril Takayama
Japanese internationally-renowned illusionist
6 Can Money Buy Love? Alistair Patton
Australian founder of shareholders & members' M1NT clubs
7 Boys Will Be Boys Khoo Swee Chiow
Singaporean adventurer, author and motivational speaker
8 Married But Available Dylan Wilk
British entrepreneur-philanthropist living in the Philippines
9 Staying Bad or Being Dad Russell Wong
Singapore's far-famed celebrity photographer
10 Can Men and Women Be Friends? Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor
Malaysia's first astronaut
11 Is it Hip to be Square? Dr Ly Qui Trung,
founder of Vietnam's Pho24 restaurants
12 31 Flavors of Men Daniel Henney, actor-model
13 What makes a Real Man?

External links

  • The Duke website
  • Program schedule
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