Ariana Grande’s amazing voice gets delivered raw, and it’s amazing. Gareth then plays some other not so amazing alternatives. The facts behind the amazing show QI get shared, and then Kholiswa Khoba from EduSciMat drops by to talk about the importance of maths and science, and how her organisation is making a difference with the youth of South Africa.

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Marijuana is back in the mix politically, and it is looking good on getting some increased medicinal use. The immortal Robert Mugabe is 93 today, but age is not important for someone who will rule even in death according to his wife. Silica packets, what are they all about? Justin Le Roux and Devon Scoulelis drop by to talk about something called ‘Big Box’, Steve Irwin’s son and North Korea’s female spies get discussed.

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Gareth is having sleep problems and it is starting to worry him. All factors considered, the team comes to the conclusion that the early mornings are essentially going to kill them. Alarm clocks then come into play, with Siya offering up his vocal talents to a TLC song. Pravin Gordhan’s budget speech is previewed, then news, sport and finance restore order from there.

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Gareth doesn’t remember too many Idols contestants, but Lize Mynhardt is a talented musician who thankfully doesn’t fit into that category. Blessed with perfect pitch and a hugely mature outlook on life, the Capetonian performs live in studio and discusses all manner of things with Gareth, from cover bands to demons.

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A listener believes the ‘moral compass’ comments in parliament were a piss take from the FF+. Feedback comes in on the ‘masturbating in the workplace’ topic, Matthews Posa speaks out against Zuma, Kim Jong Nam’s death mystery, and the concept of putting your life in a box. Winnie Mandela and the messy Qunu issue, Cassey Chambers talks about Teen Suicide Prevention Week, and the concept of eliminating bad memories turning into reality.

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American Mark Bland gets the show off to an interesting start. He and Gareth discuss his homeland right now, and a controversial turn that just took place in his career. Siya is still beaming in his year of ‘yes’ness’, a media update gets released on CliffCentral, the team talks time capsules then it’s news, sport and finance.

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Lord Peter Hain served in the governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, but it is South Africa where his heart has always beaten loudest. Growing up during a turbulent time in the country, his parents were anti-Apartheid activists who were jailed and forced into exile in 1966. Gareth chats to him about his incredible upbringing, and how he has always stayed true to his principles and beliefs in equality.

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Gareth plays some funny news clips, then tries to get through a listener email that may or may not make any sense. What has the worst bite on earth? All kinds of scary things get discussed and then the team talks masturbation in the workplace. The best places to work at are scrutinized, and ‘pawternity’ is even thrown into the argument. A dating app reveals what’s acceptable in relationships and some ridiculous Hollywood speeches.

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Siya watched that freaky horror movie that everyone has been talking about, and now wants to seek therapy. A radio DJ gets pranked on a troll level never seen before. Social media flashbacks – should we have to deal with them or delete them? News, sport and finance from there.

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Harmony Mothibe and Kresen Pillay come to studio to talk Chatbots and how Artificial Intelligence has the ability to solve many problems in Africa right now. Then staying with innovations, Flaming Alan Ford shares a sexual experience that was very interesting… yet somewhat unflattering.

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