Favourite podcasts from the Laws of Life with Garry Hertzberg.

“I went from 146kgs to my now 55kgs and I have lost 50kgs and counting!” Is this the way to go? In studio with Garry and team, Tessa Kassel and Leslie-Anne Bennett share their stories.

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Steve Harvey is breaking new ground by announcing two African editions of the hit TV show ‘Family Feud’. In this special edition of Gareth’s Guests, Siya Sangweni sits down with the international stand-up comic, author and broadcaster for a candid interview to find out more about this huge move. From discussing the media industry, to Harvey sharing some of his greatest life lessons and even chatting about his legacy, this will give you unprecedented insight into this global change maker.

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South African comedian, Riaad Moosa, talks to Fred Roed about leaving a career in medicine for his instinctual drive to pursue stand-up comedy. Riaad shares some laughs with Fred as he talks about how that instinct has now developed into a focused career with the goal of combining both his passions in a powerful way. Riaad shares his approach to his work, to social media and talks about his movie, Material. His latest experience with Netflix also brought about valuable lessons about connecting with people, becoming better at what you do, and scaling your personal brand.

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American actress Heather Massie joins us to discuss her new international production, ‘Hedy: The Life & Inventions of Hedy Lamarr’. Some of the cast of this year’s pantomime, ‘Jack & the Beanstalk’ sing their way through the show with some exceptional voices and music. Lesedi Job discusses directing ‘Dead Tinder Society’, Rabbie Serumula (top author and poet) gives us some of his great work, and we chat about the top food at ‘Peddlers on the Bend’ – a restaurant in Cape Town.

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She’s taught us everything, from how to make a nifty loadshedding survival kit, to how to make a braai pie on her YouTube video series. She a ‘meisie’ who hails from Somerset West, South Africa… and describes meeting her best friend Marianne in the line at the tuckshop as one of her most vivid childhood memories (Marianne got a hot dog and she got a packet of Nik Naks, if you’d like to know). She’s South Africa’s very own online star and DIY queen and host of season three of ‘Most Ridiculous’ – it’s Suzelle DIY!

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19.06.19 Pt 1 – While Ben is in the throes of bronchitis, comedian Dave Levinsohn willingly steps in to take his place – even threatening to take over doing sport. Get into his bizarre brain as he lets the team know what he’s been up to recently. Get updated on the news, and hear an inspiring story with Said By Siya too.

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Fancy yourself some laughs and tons of arbitrary conversation? Then that’s exactly what you’re going to get with Mark Banks stopping by the show. From his love of snakes to how to make ice… enjoy Mark at his best here! The team close up with their views on gunts and the Krugersdorp killers.

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03.06.19 Pt 2 – President Trump might have put his foot in it, with his recent comments on the British Royals. Leigh-Ann has the latest on that, as well as handy tips on what to do when faced with a blocked toilet (no, we’re being serious, you’ll want to hear this!). Entrepreneur Marius du Toit talks about the innovative work he and his team are doing with Beat the Price. And Rich Mulholland makes a grand Reality Check return.

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‘Not a Musical’ opens this week with the hilarious Marc Lottering. Renos Nicos Spanoudes joins us to discuss his political drama ‘Strangeland’ at the Market Theatre, and Josias Moleele chats about why bad things happen to good people with his new production ‘Jobe’. We review great restaurants, discuss the Tops Wine Show, and feature the Media24 Anthem Project.

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23.05.19 Pt 2 – John Vlismas, renowned South African comedian and friend to the show, is back with a new one man show titled ‘The End’. Gareth and the team find out more about his new show, but also, after such a heavy and hot political week, they were ready to also hear what he thinks about post-elections SA, Helen Zille-tweeting and a Gigaba-free parliament too.

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