Cancer is something you hear far too much about nowadays, especially the fatal kind. Aidan Mileham’s story almost entered this realm after he was diagnosed with stage three brain cancer at the age of 14. After suffering severe headaches it was revealed that he had a massive tumor, but fighting this was Aidan’s only plan.

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Andre the Hilarious Hypnotist has entertained audiences for years and is something of an institution in South Africa. He and Gareth discuss hypnosis, making people do ridiculous things, and the power of persuasion.

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Stuart Taylor comes into studio to talk about The Big Five comedy show, something that he and South Africa’s biggest comedic talents are wowing audiences with around the country. He shares a whole lot more though, from how he got into magic, science studies, his one man shows and being a learner husband… among many other stories.

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Would the world be better without religion? Are religion and morality a combo package? Peter Boghossian is an American atheism advocate. He is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Portland State University and his primary research areas are critical thinking, philosophy of education, and moral reasoning. Be prepared to have your beliefs tested…

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Busisiwe has a fascinating story, growing up in New Jersey as a Xhosa girl when her parents went into self-imposed exile during Apartheid. At the age of only 13 she directed her first play, and over the years since, has built up a formidable CV in writing, producing, directing and scriptwriting for TV, movies and documentaries. Her love of storytelling and strong opinions have made her one of our most successful creative talents, and her awards have piled up over the years. Find out what makes her angry, inspired and sad in this honest conversation.

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Mark Oppenheimer is an Advocate who is passionate about free speech. In this discussion, he educates us about what exactly hate speech is, what kind of free expression an open, democratic society should promote and why the Hate Speech Bill is interesting. We also get into the separation of powers, why the courts are more important than ever, and why Trump’s Muslim ban is a bad idea. As one of the few experts around what should and shouldn’t be tolerated, what’s offensive, harmful and insulting – you might just want to find out if you’ll get locked up for the things you say in the future.

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Dave Rubin is a political commentator, media personality and creator of The Rubin Report – one of the most popular podcasts in the world. He and Gareth discuss American identity politics, libertarianism, the media in America, and the value of being culturally connected and secular. Oh, and they also talk about gay wedding cakes.

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Tech entrepreneurs who met while working on a tender for something that literally fell out of the air, James Muir and Roeland van Nieuwkerk were destined to work together. They created something that is set to revolutionise how you watch TV… and Gareth gets the ideas behind their vision and what is possible with entertainment technology going forward.

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Meg Rickards is a successful film and documentary director who studied at UCT and in London. In this conversation she talks about interviews in the documentary 1994: The Bloody Miracle with Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Constand Viljoen, Jacob Zuma and the AWB. Gareth and Meg also discuss the feature film Tess, which opened in South Africa last month.

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We all have stuff we want to do in life, but seldom get around to it. Robby Kojetin has though, and he has done so from an unlikely starting point. In his new book ‘Left Foot. Right Foot’ he talks of his journey from wheelchair to the peaks of the world’s highest mountains, and how you can always do what you really want to in life with the right motivation.

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