This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast ‘Blind History’ – created by CliffCentral.com and Taylor Blinds & Shutters.

A tiny little Queen with enormous power – reputed to have had no sense of humour. That’s how most people know Queen Victoria, but in fact she was a progressive, sensitive and quite strident woman in an age where those things were mostly frowned upon. Let’s see if you’re amused in this episode of Blind History…

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This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast ‘Blind History’ – created by CliffCentral.com and Taylor Blinds & Shutters.

Perhaps no other American family was ever so photographed, written about, talked about, admired, hated and controversial. Were they brilliant, heroic, extraordinary people or arrogant, competitive, self-absorbed children of a wilful, overambitious patriarch? Most people think they know the Kennedys. We’ll tell you what you don’t know.

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21.07.20 Pt 2 – If you want to protest in favour of restaurants and booze coming back into your life, go and protest… just don’t expect good service at your table. If you get a delivery from FedEx, get your bulletproof vest on before opening the door. Ronen Aires, founder of Student Village, joins us to discuss the tools millennials were born with which equip them to deal with a growing digital reality.

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When most people think about some of their earliest influences, a teacher is often on the list. Educator, leader and recent author of ’Fush – A Story of Pride, Respect and Leadership’, Shaun Fuchs chats to Gareth and the team. In the book, he writes about his life as a school rugby star, a soldier, a provincial powerlifter, a renowned waterpolo coach, a lifelong entrepreneur, a dynamic teacher, a beloved headmaster… and a gay man who came of age at a time when South African society was a lot more closed-minded than it is today.

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06.07.20 Pt 2 – Here’s a top 10 list you wouldn’t want to find yourself on – find out some of the high-profile names linked to Ghislaine Maxwell. Yoko Ono is ill, CHAZ has come to an end and Siya has found out about flying snakes! When you think about some of your earliest influences, your teachers are up there, right? Educator, leader and recent author of ’Fush – A Story of Pride, Respect and Leadership’, Shaun Fuchs chats about this with the team.

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For those who say youth is wasted on the young, Wangari Mbuthia is challenging all of those notions. TEDxRedhillSchool’s inaugural event was the brainchild of the 18-year-old matric student, and along with her teacher Adam Golding, they have compiled an illustrious list of speakers to address how we can start to imagine a prosperous global society post Covid-19.

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When someone as accomplished as Professor Brian Kantor speaks on the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown, you better make sure you listen. He is an economist and is the former Chief Investment Strategist of Investec Wealth & Investment SA. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Cape Town, where he was the Dean of the Faculty of Commerce and Head of the School of Economics. Previously, he’s also been a non-executive chairman of Acucap Properties and the founding chairman of the V&A Waterfront. Prof. Kantor holds a B.Com and a B.A. (Hons), both from UCT, and doesn’t hold back to share his informed opinion on the state of South Africa’s lockdown.

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Cryptocurrency… invest here, there and everywhere… or do we have to just start going back to keeping our cash underneath the mattress? Where does the future of money lie? In these times of uncertainty and volatility, perhaps this is a conversation that will shed some light in helping you answer that question. Gareth chats to Troy Gold’s Dane Viljoen, Luno’s Marius Reitz, and World Wide Worx’s Arthur Goldstuck about the future of money.

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05.03.20 Pt 1 – Sex Education, is it based on Siya’s real life? Great show, must watch! Cliffology is a religion one should get behind, all you need to do is slice a finger and you are in… #ThoughtsAndPrayers. How fat is it okay to be? The best book ever written hasn’t been written yet – it’s called ‘Eat Less, Run More’. Should universities look after students into perpetuity? And Saudi Arabia suspends pilgrimage to Mecca because of coronavirus.

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Timothy Maurice hit the streets and asked over 100 people if they are happy. He also solicited voice notes from around the world about happiness. Along with the insights he gathers from people on the street, he shares the latest research about the science of happiness… with the hopes that you will challenge and evolve your definition of what it means to be happy as the world becomes increasingly complex.

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