Just ahead of the festive season and the downtime one can have during it, Gareth seeks to learn more about alcohol from aficionado Carrie Adams. Get info, tips and tricks around various wines, tequila, gin and so much more from this expert. Need to learn how to conduct yourself at a tasting? They have that covered too. And why does Carrie think alcohol should be illegal? Find out here.

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Pnina Fenster is a household name in the field of journalism, having made her mark in newspapers and at several prestigious women’s magazines. She’s an award-winning South African fashion journalist best known as the editor of the fashion magazine Glamour. Fresh from recently judging the SA Style Awards, Gareth gets tips on fashion and how the media and fashion world is ever-evolving in this conversation with her.

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SAFTA-winning actor Pallance Dladla has graced screens in productions like Mzansi Magic’s Isibaya and is now passing on his knowledge by establishing ‘Actor Spaces’ – a new digital publication that is set to identify and promote excellence in the local acting sphere. Gareth chats to him about all he’s currently working on, the good and bad of acting, and how he incorporates his pain into his acting. On a personal note, the star also gets candid about how he treats women and what he looks for in a partner. Find out what his future ambitions are, including his role as a prince in the upcoming movie, ‘Zulu Wedding’.

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Get into the mind of highly-spirited sports broadcaster, Neil Andrews. With over 20 years under him in broadcasting, he gives Gareth some tips on racing, speaks about how he started and how he navigates being politically correct these days. Expecting a baby boy in March 2018, he also speaks about the age and racial differences with his wife, the interesting lobola process he had to undergo and what he hopes to teach his children. There’s lots to learn from this remarkable man including his spirituality, who he trusts and some of his notable interviews.

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It has been seven years since Wonderboom released new material, but they are back with an album called ‘Rising Sun’. Gareth chats to Cito and Martin about the return, their lives in rock n roll and how gingers do in fact go grey. It’s a whirlwind conversation for fans and general music lovers alike, with a little live performance thrown in too.

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Who is Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma? It was beginning to answer that simple question about the political leader that led to Carien du Plessis penning her latest offering, ‘Woman in the Wings’. The book tracks Dlamini-Zuma’s life and career, paying careful attention to her early years, education and involvement in the struggle, her role as a cabinet minister under all four presidents of democratic South Africa, and her achievements as AU Commission chairperson. Gareth chats to her about the book that also considers her feminism and political philosophy, tracks her presidential ambitions and campaigning, and explores how her personal relationship with one of her most important backers, President Jacob Zuma, has influenced her.

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Here’s a story that is bound to make the hairs on your arms stand up… 89-year-old Dov Landau tells Gareth how he survived the Holocaust. From life in concentration camps, bearing through his manual labour duties, working in the coal mines and even detailing the death march that made a huge mark, hear this powerful tale from one of the last few voices of World War II. How did he move on from such trauma, which included losing family? And how is life for Dov today? Take a listen to this powerful interview to find out.

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The first season of The Voice SA unearthed a great deal of local musical talent in the country. Craig Lucas finished up as the grand winner, impressing everyone en route to the title. Gareth chats about his career going forward, the upcoming album, and how his background in finance makes him so much more than just another musician.

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Member of the Johannesburg Bar Jean Meiring has had a keen eye on South Africa’s happenings for many years. Most recently, his expertise has brought him to compiling a fascinating read titled, ‘South Africa’s Constitution at Twenty-One’. The book is a collection of essays which explore what the Constitution means for South Africans and for the world – both through its definition of legal rights and through the seepage into the real world of those rights, and the culture that has arisen around them. The contributors range from former Constitutional Court judges to activists, writers and philosophers, who look soberly at what has been achieved and what still needs to be done. Gareth discusses the evolution of South Africa’s democracy and Meiring’s book in this in-depth conversation.

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David Bloch is a creative powerhouse, having worked on productions like the South African National Tour of ‘West Side Story’ and hit musical ‘La Cage Aux Follies’ under the directorship of Janice Honeyman, in various capacities. Gareth gets to know him better as they discuss the performance industry which includes working with clients, keeping an image up and creating boundaries with work. Discover why, in retrospect, he’s glad he didn’t move to Hollywood, plus his thoughts on the Harvey Weinstein scandal. David chats about some of the celebrities he’s worked with like David Blaine and Roberta Flack, and how his philanthropic work matters to him. On a personal note, he opens up about going through surrogacy and dealing with 11 failed pregnancies.

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