Jeff Bezos officially became the richest man in the world, but then got overtaken by Bill Gates. These multi-billionaires really are a different kind of wealthy, mostly because they never try and flaunt it, something that provides some interesting lessons. From creating wealth to stealing it from John Terry, Mabz shares a story of how criminals are now using social media. Matt Kanniah then returns to talk about what’s going on in his car world… and more importantly talks flying cars, which Gareth is obsessed with.

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After the big premiere event, Ben and Siya start the show with rave reviews to the Baby Driver movie. Amanda is finally outed as a hubbly smoker in her family, which may get her to quit once and for all. A throw forward to SexTalk’s squirt feature… then some interesting listener messages taking you into the news, sport and finance.

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National Days are a very trivial yet interesting thing. Finland are doing something around sleep, but more interestingly #NationalOrgasmDay is coming this week. Jonti from the CliffCentral SexTalk show is doing a live female ejaculation show, bringing squirting to the fore well and truly. Sperm counts are dropping, Ben talks about testosterone and embryos are being injected with gene-altering chemicals. Michael Jackson’s chimp ‘Bubbles’ is now an artist, and flying cars.

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Gareth is finally getting over his flu, which does make you evaluate how you contract and spread germs in the winter time. Jonti Searll is going to make a woman squirt in studio, all in the name of #OrgasmDay, so it’s mostly educational. Rob from the Midlands calls in to talk about the Catholic church and online romance. Then it’s the news, sport and finance from there.

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Generation gaps gets exposed again as Gord tries to educate Siya and Amanda on hand gestures and sayings. From nonsense, to more pressing issues, Gareth welcomes to studio Thandeka Gqubule and Krivani Pillay. Two journalists of the originally famed ‘SABC 8’, Thandeka and Krivani expose the truths around SABC’s inner turmoil, and how their lives were at risk for wanting to just share the truth.

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OUTA believe they have evidence that load shedding – which has brought South Africa to its knees in recent times – was planned. Gareth provides an interesting history lesson that ends in a Mel Brooks song. Winnie Mandela on the ANC messing up South Africa, the Vatican getting serious on sex charges, Usher’s herpes, Cat Stevens coming to SA… then Gareth chats to Premesh Chandran from Kuala Lumpur about Malaysian interests and the importance of the region.

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Gareth introduces the team in a way like no other, as this is a show like no other. Winter is still keeping flu around, so the team discuss how they get through the common colds which is mostly not recommended. An overly excited debate around alcohol where Ben comes out as the bad guy, and Mmusi Maimane continues to lose Gareth’s respect. News, sport and finance from there.

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More talk of drone crashes, then Mpumi Nhlapo talks about his CliffCentral show DISRUPT, which focuses on immersive disruption within different industries. Mpumi is on the cutting edge of emerging technological trends and what is disrupting business nowadays. We often wonder where we are going in this regard… Mpumi is certainly someone to listen to on this front.

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Things are getting heated again around the Joost and Amor dramas, this time a recorded telephone call surfaces. Alan Ford gives some insider insights on the issue, providing some context around the recordings which have been edited. OUTA have laid treason charges against the minister of mineral resources. R Kelly and ‘statutory rape’ claims and Air BnB’s most requested listing.

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What are politicians for? The question pops up more and more nowadays, so the team discusses what ministers are actually needed and what a president should do. Siya’s hot dog phone cover gets reviewed, then it’s into the latest news, sport and finance.

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