Gareth springs into an interesting history lesson which becomes very sexual. Would we be sexual savages if it wasn’t for political order and religion coming into our lives? Some very humorous examples are put forward before the first of the Mother’s Day specials gets presented with Lesego Maphanga and his mom Elizabeth coming into studio.

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Johnny Clegg is set to call it a day on his incredible musical career. A job involving a mobile wine bar is up for grabs in the US, which gets the team talking about their potential dream jobs. Game of Thrones is almost back, and with its end drawing near the spin-offs are getting discussed. Some listener comments… then Rich Mulholland on the Reality Check suggesting people shouldn’t care about things that don’t actually matter to them.

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The weekend of weddings sees Gareth in fine spirits at the start of the week. Siya was shining at the Prism Awards, Mabz is plagued by seasonal allergies and Ben reports back from the Arnold Classic and all the things he saw there. Your Monday news, sport and finance in The Money Shot wrap it up from there.

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Mamphela Ramphele has written a book about hope, betrayal and dreams and she pops by to talk about everything from the DA/Agang arranged marriage, black inferiority complexes, white inability to apologise, and the way she found out about Steve Biko’s death. Someone who describes herself as political, but not much into party politics, Mamphela has some interesting points of view worth hearing.

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Prince Philip retires from whatever it is he has been doing, so the team recaps on all his many offensive moments when he opened his mouth. Speaking of old men, Bob Mugabe is trying to talk publicly still but isn’t making much sense. Old men are just the worst, but Siya has an aunt that may contest that. Queen of Vagina song is getting a listener laid. A new sex robot, and the Sunday Times Generation Next awards nominees are released.

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Happy Cinco de Mayo. That’s an excuse to drink tequila if you aren’t Mexican, which gets the team talking about booze in general. Ben is hoping to chat to Arnold Schwarzenegger at the Arnold Classic, leading to a broad chat about this iconic figure and the many things he has done. News, sport and finance from there.

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We know that Gareth loves history, and the interesting stories around lineage and family trees. Well this love is something that exists in his extended family, as Conrad Penny comes into studio to share some wonderful stories. From old European royalty, salvaging the historic Rand Club, and growing a gigantic maze at his home, he’s the eccentric uncle you wished you always had.

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Justice is back from a little break in Amsterdam, and is fired up for the latest episode of the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. He covers a little bit of international affairs, then dives into the latest in South African politics. The latest from the van Breda trial, and Ben has a story of a Canadian guy who brutally murdered his family in 1983.

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Gareth introduced Colin Cowie at a special event in Johannesburg, which made him reconsider why he wants to be really rich. Just google Colin Cowie to understand why. Mabz is back and in fine health, so she’s back with the news, Ben has a great deal to talk about in the sport, then Anthea’s finance feature wraps it up from there.

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Joe Jackson returns to talk about making successful children. This comes in the wake of The Weekend’s dad suddenly coming onto the scene after being absent for so long. Dr Elna McIntosh and Dr Kalli Spencer then come into studio to talk about matters of the balls. Know thy nuts, the importance of getting tested around the testes, as cancer is continually on the rise in that area.

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