His Excellency Mr Liam MacGabhann has had a colourful and successful career working all around the world, but has now set his roots in the Rainbow Nation as the Ambassador of Ireland to South Africa. Gareth interviews him about the relationship and trade between Ireland and South Africa, as well as tourism between both nations. In finding out more about his home country, he also asks about what Brexit means for Ireland’s relationship with the UK. For a global perspective and learning more about Europe from a fascinating mind, this is the interview for you.

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The East London Zoo and claims of mismanagement and neglect. Graham calls in to talk about the importance of teaching integrity in schools in the wake of the VBS debacle. Leigh-Ann gives some advice on professionalism in the workplace, then all round showbiz sensation Nambitha Ben-Mazwi comes into studio to talk about her new drama show, as well as her acting endeavours overseas.

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Siya runs the show today and starts off strong by gushing over Harry and Meghan’s pregnancy announcement. Gareth calls in from New York to share some interesting news. The myth of charcoal in a health sense, Leigh-Ann’s one and only travel incident… then into the latest news and sporting headlines.

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Siya got stuck into a TV wormhole, which saw him find out more than he needed to know about Josef Fritzl. The kidnapping of Africa’s youngest billionaire, SA’s richest men and the most obese youth in the world. ‘Cost per like’ living when it comes to fashion, a plane flies through a wall, then Rich Mulholland returns for an interesting edition of the Reality Check.

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Siya returns from a rather disappointing trip to Cape Town, with his uvula still in a state of disrepair. Nolo has a story, as in a story that only Nolo can produce and it’s a bit of a nasty one sadly. Ben is obsessed with a new Netflix show, why prequels are cool, then into the latest news and sport. Anthea then returns for a bumper edition of The Money Shot.

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While ‘Experiencial Friday’ still lies in limbo, Dave Levinsohn joins Ben and Leigh-Ann in studio to get the weekend started. He talks about his time at the star-studded Clarens Comedy festival, and then the conversation goes into all manner of odd directions before George Mienie from AutoTrader drops by to wrap the week up with the latest from the world of cars.

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Ben and Leigh-Ann hold down the fort with Nolo as Gareth is in New York, and Siya is in Cape Town. After that geography update, there is a lot of fun for you in this podcast. The Bachelor SA’s whiteness naturally is now a thing, what The Bachelor really should be about, Spotify’s top performers over the last 10 years, then the latest in news stories, plus a bit of sport, as there is only a bit happening this weekend.

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Kicking the hour off, journalist Katharine Child comments on the week’s biggest current affairs stories on The Burning Platform – brought to you by Nando’s. Following World Mental Health Day yesterday, the team then get into a discussion around depression, raising awareness around it, and tips and tricks for coping with it.

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Friday eve starts off with a bang… a literal one if you catch Leigh-Ann’s Ireland story. Are you thinking about the impact you’re making on the planet by eating meat? The team discusses this before getting into some of the day’s biggest stories – including the latest VBS bank scandal. A look at the latest cryptocurrency figures then leads to Siya looking at the role of ‘ecobricks’.

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Fresh from Australia, friend to the show Brett Levy pops in for the morning to catch Gareth and the team up on what his life is like living Down Under – from living without alcohol at midnight to Oz colloquial terms. Gareth also picks his brain around the latest and greatest in the tech world to hear all about the future of jobs, driving Tesla, content on demand and so much more.

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