Ten studio albums, two live CD/DVDs and one compilation album make up the formal musical credentials of Ringo Madlingozi. Originally from Gugulethu, his musical career however was one developed in a turbulent time in South Africa, which went on to see him collaborate with a whole host of international superstars. He and Gareth talk about the stories behind the stories, and what music continues to mean to him.

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Award-winning Yusuf Omar is one of the leaders in the mobile journalism revolution internationally, and has been producing stories with cellphones since 2010. From his days working as a Senior Social Media Reporter at CNN, being the Mobile Editor at the Hindustan Times in India and eNCA in South Africa, he’s built up his experience to now launch Hashtag Our Stories, which aims to empower mobile storytelling communities around the world and create shows in every language. Gareth talks to him more about his fascinating career and to look at future trends in journalism and technology.

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If you have partied anywhere in South Africa over the last 20 years you will have encountered the name Lady Lea. She has become so much more than an iconic DJ over the years though. Gareth chats to her about her party life, how she has no interest in slowing down despite being a mom, and other interesting stories like being an EastRander, and how her sister is older than her mother.

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Oshri is of Israeli origin, and lives in the US, but got his big break in South Africa under the guidance of Wyclef Jean. He has just released a collaboration with Jimmy Nevis, with his previous track ‘Crazy But Free’ currently on the international Billboard Dance Top40.

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Author of ‘The Dark Seed’, Lily Reed, tells her compelling, real life story of a horrific gang rape in Malawi and subsequent healing of the human spirit to Gareth. This riveting conversation chronicles Lily’s fateful night in 2012, how she’s learned to pick up the pieces for her and her children’s sake, and learning more gratitude and living without fear. Lily says the experience has changed her “in some weird and wonderful ways”. Hear her extraordinary story here.

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The drought situation is only getting worse in Cape Town, but Ray from the Airwater Group has a solution, literally. Creating water from air, Ray’s machines are revolutionary and certainly the way forward, but is government supporting such an initiative, as Cape Town looks set to be dry by Christmas?

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Pete the well-known celebrity chef and Chris the ever-likeable comedian have joined forces to create a live cooking show with a difference called ‘Don’t Burn your Sausage’. They chat about how it came to be, plus a whole host of other food related things with Gareth that will have you laughing from start to finish.

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George Mienie and his AutoTrader team have become a big part of the CliffCentral team in the last couple of years. It is George’s birthday today, so he joins Gareth in studio to celebrate the day, and talk about his time at AutoTrader and how it has evolved in South Africa… from moving away from the parent company, to going fully digital.

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Cryptocurrency (e.g. Bitcoin and Ethereum) is something that everyone is talking about right now, whether they know what it is or not. Someone who does know a lot about it though is Ran Neu-Ner, who comes into studio to discuss what it is all about, and how you can be involved going forward.

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Renowned agent and casting director Moonyeenn Lee has over 40 years in the acting industry, having worked with names like Terry Pheto and Robert Whitehead… she has cast the likes of ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ and ‘The Bang Bang Club’. What has gone into building her legendary career? Gareth finds out in this conversation with her, as well as getting to discover the more private side of this award-winning mother of two through her childhood in England and love for the arts.

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