We try to do a highlights reel for you to round off 2018. Then some biking NUNS (an acronym) join us and hijack the show. Trust us, you know nothing about lady biking clubs. Until you meet N*ggers Under No Supervision… and we possibly say the N word way too much on this episode. We started our own Comedians Under No Supervision. CUNS!

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A fan of the show, Siboniso, joins the team on a relaxed Friday. Ben gets nostalgic over Rick and Morty as rumours circulate about its return. A one-armed stuntwoman, a white supremacist shooter’s fan club grows, PornHub’s biggest users by country, George Mienie joins in on the conversation for the last time in 2018, Maijiesfontein, a 102-year-old skydiver, and a strange song to wrap up the week.

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SBOKHUZY chats to Faith K, who speaks about her rising music career. Kimmy shares the challenges of owning a female only owned production company, and how she makes it work despite the hardships.

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We open the show with Captain of the Springboks, Siya Kolisi, chatting about the BrightRock Players Choice Awards and discussing WORLDCUP 2019. Big Brother Season 1 celebrates 18 years in true nostagia… the exclusive reunion show welcomes back, Ferdie, Bad Brad, Swerv, Vuyo Tofile, Mags van der Westhuizen, Steven van Rooyen, Janine Ordenson and more – a great show not to be missed!

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It’s the final show of the year with the usual crew and fun. Casper invites a superfan to share her animal story… and Bradley joins the show to invite someone in need to join his family for Christmas.

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Live in studio, the artists from ‘Queen: It’s A Kinda Magic’ and ‘Michael Jackson, History Show’, perform for us. Rugby star Hacjivah Dayimani and presenter Elma Smit discusse the BrightRock Players Choice Awards, and we chat about children’s theatre and more…

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Grammy Award-winning R&B and soul musician Anthony Hamilton has hit our shores once more, to take over the country with his soulful sounds. Hailed as the King of Soul, his timeless voice has birthed hit songs including “Best Of Me”, “Never Love Again”, “Pass Me Over”, “Pray For Me”, “I Cry”, “Comin’ From Where I’m From” and “Freedom”, just to mention a few. Discussing his recent visit to South Africa and his colourful career, he chats to Gareth here.

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Timothy Maurice shares a story about meeting Beyoncé, and the power of shifting the type of questions you ask – especially the questions you ask yourself.

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LuE revisits the show to drop his new single, Whole Squad, and to tell us what he’s been up to, as he reflects on his growth in the music industry over the last few years.

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This week Gilmore Tee talks to Zimbabwean Afro-Soul artist Mj Sings and writer @LauraNazanin, about the need to have 365 Days of Activism and not only talk about Gender-Based Violence over 16 Days. Mj Sings shares his new EP – Soul & Mind, while Laura shares on abuse in the Zimbabwean entertainment industry, how she is recovering from it, and how the community can be involved in avoiding such experiences happening to other fellow young women and men.

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