Sometimes this show takes a direction that was never intended. What started out as a normal comedy interview with Mo Mothebe is abruptly diverted by the deep and brooding muses of Tats Nkonzo. The guys get really heavy on comedy influences and then the podcast ends. All too soon. So expect part two next week.

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The guys have a post Women’s Day talk to Tanya Visser, the gardening guru. Glen Biderman-Pam and Loyiso Madinga also pop by for a chat.

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The guys call some comedians performing abroad to find out who they voted for… and they speak to singer/songwriter Lisa Goldin about self-publishing.

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The best way to end off your week is with a few laughs, and a beer! Join the guys as they discuss comedy agents and if SA needs a comedy school. Dave and Eric are joined by Nadiem Solomon, who owes Dave money for a gig… as they discuss whether comedy can be taught. Plus another edition of BBC (Breakfast Beer Club).

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This week it’s all about work work work. How do you put on a successful one-man show? Or market a charity event? Dave talks to the brains behind #67MinutesOfLaughter held recently. He also has a chat with comedian and actor Orlando Jones, who is currently in SA… and FINALLY manages to speak to a Zimbabwean!

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The SA Comic’s Choice Awards are here… so Dave chats to Jem and Jess from Durban’s ‘On Fire Comedy’. They’re excited to have been nominated in the ‘Friends of Comedy’ category. Also, beer tasting with non-alcoholic beer!

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Comedian Ryan Whittal discusses his recent run-in with a fan. The team attempts to contact Zimbabwe but it seems they closed the internet? And they try a new segment called Breakfast Beer Tasting… which is, well just an excuse to drink beer in the morning really.

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As half the year is gone already, Dave and Eric look back at some of 2016’s comedy highlights. They chat to Cokey Falkow in the UK to get a view on how Brexit affects comedy… and speak to comedy legend Mel Miller.

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Award-winning film and commercial producer Bevan Cullinan pops in to chat about the ad industry and using comedy for selling products. And the gig guide goes to Grahamstown.

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Dave Levinsohn, Eric Jansen and Dusty Rich talk about comedy rock ‘n roll. What are the worst things people call Eric? Why are alligators eating children? Oscar and his vulnerability comes up. There’s also a chat with Kagiso Lediga about his newest film, how to use the Gas Comedy website and a goodbye to Dusty Rich.

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