Our guest, Fiona Ramsay then tells us about working with the likes of impressive actors such as Leo DiCaprio, “dry accents” and why she says there is no “South African” accent. Listen in to also hear how she feels our history affects our accent.

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Tomi Reichental is a Holocaust survivor. He was a nine-year-old boy in the Belsen Concentration Camp. He only started talking about his experiences six years ago, and has written a book.

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Pieter-Dirk Uys is the King and Queen of South African satire, he joins us in studio. Find out what it was like for him growing up during apartheid, having his shows banned and making South Africans laugh about the horrible truths.

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Bryan Schimmel has overcome living with HIV, a stutter, and a meth addiction, to be one of the leading and most diverse music directors, arrangers and orchestrators in South Africa.

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The amazing Pamela Stephenson-Connolly has done TV – ‘Not the Nine O’clock News’, and ‘Saturday Night Live’. She’s a clinical psychologist, she’s married to Billy Connolly, and she wrote a biography on Billy that’s sold more than four million copies. She is in studio to talk all about it.

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Steve Hofmeyr comes in and gives his version of history and the future. Gareth tackles Steve on all the tweets, court cases and lifestyle choices that he’s been embarking on. A highly entertaining debate, worth listening to regardless on which side you stand.

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