The Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in South Africa, Marisa Gerards, joins Gareth in studio to talk about her fascinating country. Its history aside, the Netherlands has a proud connection with South Africa, and continues to work with it in unique ways.

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Harry Sideropoulos has a new show out called ‘The Whole Megillah’, the oys and joys of being a good Greek Shabbos goy. More than just a larger than life performer, Harry also has physical ties with Greece and what is happening in Europe right now. He and Gareth discuss cultural diversities, and all the fun and games involved there.

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They’re fierce and fabulous – the newly crowned Miss Gay Jozi Boene Ntshilo and 1st Princess Crystal Guns discuss the peaks and pits of Gauteng’s most prestigious drag pageant! From stigma surrounding gender and sexual identity to dealing with dating in the LGBT world, nothing was off limits in this fascinating conversation.

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More humourist than motivator, Gavin Sharples has been setting corporations straight for years with his no nonsense approach to business. Gavin doesn’t just see the lighter side of things, he actively promotes it which makes for an enthralling chat with Gareth. It will get you laughing, and more importantly thinking a little differently.

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Comedian David Kau is a brand ambassador for #MilkForChange, promoting healthy, safe nutrition for children with the goodness available in long life milk cartons. Gareth reveals why this cause is so close to his heart, and also what’s happening in David’s life right now, the Blacks Only comedy nights, and some interesting celebrity engagements over the years.

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The Gupta family is jokingly thought of as running South Africa, but Pieter-Louis Myburgh’s new book illustrates this as more fact than fiction. He chats to Gareth about his new book ‘The Republic of Gupta’, a book that joins the many dots of state capture, and how this is certainly no joke anymore.

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Mark Banks has been making people laugh for a really long time. Professionally for over 25 years in a variety of shows around South Africa and abroad. He sits down with Gareth in a literal laugh a minute session where he talks about state capture, the actual size of the Gupta family, flamingos in winter, terrible adverts and so much more.

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Professor Ben Anderson of the Da Vinci Institute gets into an argument with Gareth about anarchism, individualism and hierarchies. What’s the best form of government, and do you know what Christiania is? It gets pretty philosophical, and they don’t agree on very much, but if you feel like giving your brain some exercise, give this a listen.

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You may best remember Denis Beckett as the guy from the TV show Beckett’s Trek, but he should be known as media’s most variegated man. His roots in law took him to radio, print, TV and everything in between, giving him a view on the world that is nothing short of fascinating. He and Gareth explore many a topic here, in a very interesting interview.

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It’s a problem that will never go away unless we all play our part, it’s world hunger. There are people making a concerted effort to tackle the problem, Onyi Nyaweri from Afrika Tikkun joins Gareth in studio to talk about what is being done, with Thabisa Mkhwanazi talking about how KFC’s #AddHope initiative is making a daily difference too.

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