Henry Biddlecombe joins us in place of Anthea this week, and he chats about streaming wars – with Disney and Amazon coming up as strong contenders against the likes of Netflix. He also touches on Brexit, and what it actually means for investors.

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21.10.19 Pt 1 – With the ample streaming services we now have at our disposal, does anyone still collect or buy CDs? The studio trio of Gugu, Siya and Leigh-Ann consider starting their own podcast show, seeing as they’re getting on so well without Gareth. We get news of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry after they speak out about the struggles of being part of the royal family. Then, Kanthan Pillay is on the line to weigh in on Herman Mashaba’s possible resignation. Finally, Siya finally opens up and shares some details of his New York trip.

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21.10.19 Pt 1 – Siya’s back in town and in the CliffCentral studios, and despite all the excitement he’s still keeping mum on all his NYC shenanigans, leaving Gugu and Leigh-Ann in suspended suspense. With load-shedding doing the rounds again in SA… between the two devils, would you rather go without electricity or water? Then, the team discuss their first porn experience – some date back to when porn was only found in magazines!

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George Mienie chats about the new breathalyser test which has led to high conviction rates, Porsche is working with Boeing on a flying taxi, Toyota’s vision for electrified compact (very compact) personal mobility, and more! Powered by AutoTrader.

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18.10.19 Pt 2 – More and more stories are coming out of teachers having sexual relationships with their students. Some of them are of legal age, but does that make it acceptable? The guys attempt to put their testosterone aside for a second and discuss this topic. High Rob joins the conversation and educates the innocent on his drug concoctions. The dating show Gugu is on has finally premiered, and he gives everyone a glimpse of what to expect.

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18.10.19 Pt 1 – We hear from our good and faithful leader Gareth, who gives us another update from New York before his return to African soil. In other news, Dave Levinsohn is in studio and he talks about the state of comedy in South Africa as well as what’s been keeping him busy since he left CliffCentral. The Dro’s rapist case has finally concluded, and Ben has all the information.

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Barry Bateman uttered some comments not so long ago regarding EFF leader Julius Malema. The Burning Platform team weigh in on his apology, and the stance Primedia has taken on this matter. The team also discuss the state of the DA, and what the future looks like for their leader Mmusi Maimane. Kanthan Pillay explains why we are buying oil from Arab countries and overlooking our neighbours, Angola and Nigeria. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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17.10.19 Pt 2 – It seems our former president Jacob Zuma is playing victim and pulling the race card in his latest court appearance this week. The team discuss his countless court appeals and how much is enough. There have been some conspiracy theories around our national energy provider… is Eskom planning power cuts as part of a greater political agenda?

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As cities continue to grow at an unprecedented rate, so do opportunities for the development of local economies. Spatial design is crucial to consider during the growth phases of a city because growth means opportunity for business, business means people, people mean housing and services.

Past trends suggest that where lucrative jobs are being created, the price of living space increases, often creating a barrier for social and financial exclusion. Would encouraging the relocation of large businesses into peri-urban areas break down the current barriers?

The Interchange is made possible by Absa and Tshimong.

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17.10.19 Pt 1 – We catch up with Gareth and Siya who are all the way in New York. Siya, as it turns out has been very busy and has some interesting first impressions of the Big Apple. Do you think we should be sympathising with criminals who commit crimes such as rape and murder, based on their asking for forgiveness and showing remorse? Well, we learn that Leigh-Ann would make a terrible judge in a court of law. Then, Ben gives us a dose of sporting news, with his predictions ahead of the big Rugby World Cup weekend.

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