Dan Skinstad visits us. Dan has overcome Cerebral Palsy, and being under the shadow of his Springbok brother Bobby. Dan has achieved so much physically and academically that lots of ably-bodied people can’t achieve. Dan has also hit rock-bottom with drug and alcohol abuse. But he’s in good recovery.

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The Parlotones join us. From sleeping at fans’ homes, sharing beds, to huge success today, it hasn’t been all glamorous. How do you make money out of music these days? How does the whole writing process work? The Parlotones also play live in the studio; not to be missed.

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Lead SA Executive Catherine Constantinides steps into the studio. At the age of 16, Catherine’s father got very ill, and she started her own events company. Catherine went to visit the Saharawi people in northern Algeria. And then Catherine has a riveting story about being sold in Egypt, as part of a human trafficking ring.

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Willem Landman from Dignity SA is in the studio. Willem has seen people suffer terribly, before dying, and knew from an age of 16, that it’s not right. Where does ethics, philosophy, and science come into play in regards to euthanasia? What is the way forward on this issue?

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Adriaan and Louis Groenewald of The Leadership Platform join us. What a controversial family, full of Right-wingers. Does this father and son team have to always prove their progressive credentials? Adriaan has just written a book, Seamless Leadership. What is Complexity Management? And are you born a leader, or can you learn it?

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Actress Rosie Motene comes to visit. Rosie is also involved in the acting unions and the guild of actors. Rosie confirms all our assumptions of Nick Nolte from the set of Hotel Rwanda. What was it like growing up in a white Jewish home? What a story.

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eNCA Managing Director Patrick Conroy joins us. From 1993 Thokoza, to getting stuck in a car for three hours with Christiaan Amanpour, to moving to eNCA, Patrick shares his journey.

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