The first show is all about reminiscing about why some of us are allergic to love, and why others thrive on it. All guests keep it unapologetic and have fun with the vibe.

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Multi-talented reality star, actress, radio presenter and former show co-host with Arye, Katlego Mohoaduba is in studio talking about lessons learned, her relationship status, and future plans.

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From ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ to international music videos for Drake and Omarion, Sne Mbatha chats to Arye about her career and future plans.

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This episode sees the return of staunch libertarian Martin van Staden. Martin lays out his philosophical case for self-ownership, defends his position on open borders, and fleshes out his opposition to political pragmatism. Roman explores and defends Herman Mashaba’s policies on inner city buildings, while Jonathan finds common ground with the guest on foreign policy – including military interventionism.

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Shemane and Liezl find out from author and life coach Sal Roux how connecting with nature brings us closer to God.

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Nkateko Emily Mabasa was told she’d have to make best friends with her wheelchair at a very young age, and is now walking and dancing and is an inspiration to thousands. Bianca Zoonekynd was in a terrible car crash before going on to become a gymnastics world champion. Our host Dene Botha and his two lovely guests discuss overcoming difficulties and achieving greatness through mind over matter.

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Robert Mugabe has been replaced after 37 years in power. Professor David Moore and Dewa Mavhinga from Human Rights Watch discuss what it means for the country.

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Should you bath/shower/wash dishes during a lightning storm? How safe are you in the car and should you talk on your phone? Should you unplug your computer/TV/appliances? Last year we hosted Prof. Efraim Kramer who spoke about lightning in SA. Our lightning storms are frightening with more South Africans dying by lightning in the summer months than at any other time of the year. In this replay, Prof. Kramer explains how we can reduce the risk of death or injury from strikes.

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Claire Mcfarlane was brutally raped in Paris and left for dead some years ago. She’s now an ambassador for peace. Celia Filmalter from the University of Pretoria (Nursing Science) also joins the discussion about the legal aspects of sexual violence.

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