Fiona Dawson is a writer, producer, activist and film director. Her Emmy-nominated LGBTQ documentary, TransMilitary, has won numerous awards - and she has just written a book called 'Are Bisexuals Just Greedy?' She and Gareth unpack and attempt to cover all the complex (and cancellable) questions her book addresses.

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What is the cost of telling the truth in the face of overwhelming pressure? Poet, philosopher and author of 'Deep Collusion: Bain and the Capture of South Africa', Athol Williams is the State Capture whistleblower who testified about massive corruption allegations and had to flee the country in fear of his life. Gareth Cliff speaks to him about his fascinating story.

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Allen Ambor is the colourful character who started a South African institution - Spur! The greatest family restaurant in the country’s history comes from the imagination and great work ethic of a man whose family narrowly escaped the Holocaust, and who developed a taste for life during his wild years of surfing, travelling and making a great steak. From his first restaurant in Newlands, to the corporate franchise juggernaut, Allen Ambor has much to look back on and share.

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Timothy speaks to Melina Palmer, the author of ‘What your Customer Wants and Can’t Tell You’, about simple ways to apply behavioural science to business and your personal life. Melina consults and teaches on the subject, and is passionately driven to remove the jargon and make the science accessible. She offers a certificate course for anyone who wants to use the principles in their careers and personal journeys - in partnership with Texas A&M University, in their human behavioural lab. For more on Melina and her work, go to www.thebrainybusiness.com.

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You might know Ben Miller from recent shows like Bridgerton, Professor T, and Death in Paradise - but he was also part of the comedy duo, Armstrong and Miller... and he starred alongside Rowan Atkinson in the Johnny English franchise. Before Ben turned his attention to acting, he studied for a PhD in quantum physics at Cambridge University. Don't miss this highly entertaining interview as Gareth Cliff gets into Ben's head about science, how he memorises his lines and lots more!

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Glynis Horning experienced something no parent ever should. Her 25-year-old son Spencer committed suicide two years ago. Glynis shares her deeply moving and personal story with us, and approaches it from the point of view of being a mother, and also as an award-winning journalist, who has specialised in the field of mental health. This isn’t an easy interview to listen to, but it’s something we should all think about, and hope not to experience ourselves.

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Muzi Kuzwayo has written an inspirational book on how we can make South Africa live up to its incredible potential. He and Gareth explore the ways we can get South Africa to deliver on the promise - the promise of 1994 and the bright future we could have.

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Travis Brown is a filmmaker and philosopher who has just produced a documentary series about the religion of wokeism. In this discussion, he and Gareth talk about the parallels between established religion and the current, obsessive ideology of leftist wokeism, both in the US and the rest of the world.

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If you're a fan of British TV series, this is what you've been waiting for! BritBox has just made its South African debut, offering thousands of hours of British TV - including a range of new titles ... plus hundreds of older favourites such as Blackadder, Absolutely Fabulous, Inspector Morse, Top Gear, Fawlty Towers and Midsomer Murders. Reemah Sakaan, CEO of BritBox International, joins Gareth Cliff to tell us all about this exciting new streaming service.

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If someone told you that you could create a better tomorrow by understanding the future, you’d probably agree. But how do we do that? This week, Reg Lascaris speaks to futurist Anton Musgrave.

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