Lucy Hawking is far more than just the daughter of Stephen Hawking – she’s an accomplished English journalist, novelist, educator, and philanthropist. As she tours South Africa as part of her ‘Once Upon a Time in the Universe’ talk at the Sci-Bono Discovery Centre, she talks to Gareth about her love for science and how she’s getting more young people involved in it. From her fascinating schooling years, to raising her son William who was diagnosed with autism… get to know the woman beyond the famous surname.

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That strange murder at Spier gets closer to being resolved, Cape Town’s water crises moves to a new avenue of potential disaster, and Fikile Mbalula is now creating PR opportunities around the arrests of innocent people. More and more people coming forward about creepy powerful men in Hollywood, but the whole Harvey Weinstein saga raises some other questions about men in society. The flaws of democracy, global obesity and Roy Mayef comes into studio with his guitar to share some of his songs.

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The feisty Friday gets underway with some women revealing how creepy Harvey Weinstein is. Are you getting all the CliffCentral you need? Well Gareth tells you how you can, before Siya talks about superstition on Friday the 13th and more on Fikile Mbalula’s worries. Mabz gives you your news headlines, Ben on the sport, and a Friday dose of positivity with Siya.

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Never fear when Justice is near… especially when he is armed with the latest political news. Gareth offers advice to a listener who’s sent an e-mail in. What does anyone get from following Andile Mngxitama on Twitter? The team gets to find out by reading some of his tweets. Then, Kellogg’s All-Bran brand manager Zainab Mohamed chats about the #BranNewDay campaign.

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Gareth dishes all about the fancy dinner he attended last night with former Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene. Get all the information for your day with Mabale in the ‘Five Things You Need To Know’… which is also awkwardly when the team realise that Ben isn’t around. ‘Said By Siya’ becomes a bit of a story-time moment as Siya retells the story of how a lost purse led a heroin addict onto the path of recovery.

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Gareth reads out the e-mail Harvey Weinstein sent out to the people in his company who he hopes will support him in the midst of the sexual assault allegations. What happens at Oppikoppi, stays at Oppikoppi – except Siya getting married there. Then, Gord and Gareth have a self-confessed ‘nerdgasm’ over The Last Jedi movie trailer and story.

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Businessman Allon Raiz has had an entrepreneurship journey of ups and downs, learning many lessons along the way. He shares some of those as well as why he established his company, Raizcorp, as a means to pay-it-forward. He also explains why he’s on the hunt for the next crop of emerging businesspeople, alongside Gareth.

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Many actresses and people within the entertainment industry have recently been accusing producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault and misconduct. The team shares their views around this, as well as a caller who worked in Hollywood and experienced similar situations. Mabale has the latest on Minister Mbalula’s trip to Dubai. Siya has a creepy story of a man who lived with the corpses of his mom and twin brother for a year. Then, businessman Allon Raiz is on the hunt for the next crop of emerging entrepreneurs, alongside Gareth. Find out about it as they speak about the power of entrepreneurship.

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If Joburg thought it had it tough with storms this week, well they had nothing on Durban. The heavens (and hells) opened up on them which gets Gord talking about what this all means to flat earthers. Gareth gets ‘offensive’ again on Instagram, Gord’s weekly pontification is back in full force and Fikile Mbalula’s trail of lies aren’t going away. Mabz on the news headlines, Ben with the sport and Siya with your morning kick of positivity.

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Multi-talented media powerhouse Penny Lebyane lays it all down in this interview on her life, her passions and what still keeps her fire burning. She details how she got her start in broadcasting, dealing with diversity and all that her hometown, Bushbuckridge in Mpumalanga, taught her… as well as how living in Soweto shaped her confidence and taught her to grow a thick skin. Who does she trust and take advice from? How did she deal with post-natal depression? Where does she draw the fine line between freedom and fear? Penny answers these frankly and openly too.

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