26.06.20 Pt 2 - If you need a dad, no worries... the web has got your back. Shave, change a tyre or put up a painting, this is what the internet is for. If you are a lady and you get hair on your face, should you shave or laser? Joe Emilio joins us to discuss the effects of blind cancel culture and how artists are affected.

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Though the new comedy club he had just opened with his business partners a year ago had to shut down due to Covid-19, fortunately this quick-witted comedian didn’t have all his eggs in one basket. Donovan has written stage comedy off for 6 months, but lockdown has inspired him to create an Instagram show and corporate South Africa has already come on board to sponsor. Living with a professional violinist sounds great - until you remember that she teaches children online for hours... every day! The true creatives will shine through in lockdown, and humour and laughter are the highest form of compassion right now.

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The best comedy often comes from the darkest places. Nina details her struggles with mental health and what cues she looks for to know if she might need some help. Having rid herself of smoking and drinking as vices some time back, she has a deep empathy for those who suffer with addiction. The unhealed wounds of Apartheid are revealing themselves in this pandemic, as South Africa struggles to appease all citizens with its lockdown policies. What does a comedian do to relax? Every day you can expect content to drop on the socials from this hysterical human during lockdown. Sorry excuse me, her black cat's name is who… and the white one is who? Oh yes… and we can’t say this enough, “Thank God for Cyril!"

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The world for some is an oyster, and some people are the oyster. The king of South African Afrikaans satire, Casper de Vries, is one such human. Ever the creator, his lockdown living will be spent working... a new project is in post-production. Does he have a routine, or is he just taking it easy? He is in lockdown in Tshwane with his crew and they are still getting along. There can be a better world - global suffering tends to bring people together. The world will go on after Covid-19, but for now it's just a bit of RnR with man's best friend. Cas Oppie Kassie, out now on Kyknet!

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Some entertainment can happen without fans and none of the allure of the artist or art is lost, but stand up comedy needs the crowd, it’s not a vibe otherwise. They say comedy is not only there to entertain, but also to teach us about the human condition, but what does a stalwart of the comedy world have to learn about himself as he faces the lockdown solo, with Coco, who might be a stripper? When is Covid-19 scheduled to get funny, because some comedians have already made jokes and it’s been received awkwardly because of the timing? If you are used to being an entertainer, how do you entertain yourself? If your ex brings you food, how do you make sure it’s not poisoned? Dave’s routine - just like him - is hilarious!

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18.02.20 Pt 2 - If there is stuff on your phone that you don’t like, how likely are you to be blackmailed for that? If you need to find someone, don't expect the Melville shooter sketch artist to help you. Google are doing their best to give people free wifi, but the Cape Flats are beyond help. The 5 richest people in the 20th century were so rich they've never been matched. Comedian extraordinaire, QwaQwa's funniest man, Mo Mothebe is in studio with us to detail Bafunny Bafunny.

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