22.07.20 Pt 1 - If your ancestors hibernated, they probably used squirrels to, er, plug the back door. Conversely, if they lived in Africa, they danced often. Don’t take our word for it, this is science. On another evolutionary note, rabbits had feathers! And as if shopping wasn’t awful enough, it's costly to park too - we’re doing our shopping online from now on.

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In the age of Covid-stigma, is it safe to sleep with a frontline worker? Sex, status and senses of humour with Tumi Morake, Dr Elna Rudolph and Devan Moonsamy. Gareth then connects with fellow South Africans stranded abroad, Ulrich Fobian and Leoni Jansen.

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Fake news, farm murders and F-bombs are just some of the topics this week, as Gareth Cliff is joined by Vusi Thembekwayo, Jeremy Nell (Jerm) and Peter Boghossian.

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Is academia the coronavirus of the mind? Gad Saad tells Gareth Cliff the 'SAAD' truth. Plus Redi Tlhabi, Khaya Sithole and Jeremy Mansfield talk about taxis, airplanes and Woolies chicken under level 3-minus-7 on the corona-coaster.

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If the choice is between buying food or data, how can we afford an education? Professor Jonathan Jansen explains why he thinks schools should not reopen this year. Unathi Kwaza, Mandy Wiener and Mighti Jamie talk freedom vs responsibility... and Leon Schuster speaks about being 'cancelled'.

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