He’s probably been on more Zoom calls than anyone else under lockdown... Rich Mulholland joins the team to talk about adapting to the new normal of doing things, why “Zoom fatigue” is a myth, and a few apps that will improve your virtual experience.

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09.02.21 Pt 1 - Michael Flax is currently in Ballito on a ‘workcation’ - what nice life problems. Reality TV shows are the talk of the town, an interesting One Thing for the Week task... and is drowning the most peaceful way to die?

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With a career spanning over 40 years, Cindy Alter joins the team to talk about her new single, 'Last One Standing', her album - having sold 12 million units to date... and she also shares some interesting stories about what she got up to back in the day.

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Live from his car and still in his PJs is Idols judge and media personality, Randall Abrahams. He takes us on a musical journey like no other, letting us into his music room and sharing how he connects with music. Plus a random fun fact on why he thinks kids are overrated.

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He surprised, upset and puzzled most people with how he conducted his radio and TV interviews. Plus he was married a total of eight times in his lifetime! Gareth shares two things he will always associate with the iconic broadcasting legend, Larry King.

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There's a club that unites people from all over the world. And it's the oldest club of its kind that exists. So how does a brand that is synonymous with dining out, wine, and travel survive the current pandemic? Reg Lascaris chats to Esh Naidoo about the oldest charge card in the world.

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How does someone who has worked as an advertising strategist all over the world, and run a company in China, turn to rubbish? Gavin Heron took a leap of faith (in his business idea and partners) and recycled himself as an eco-warrior. Gavin tells Reg about the skills he learned from working in advertising for many years, and the new wisdom he has gained after starting a new company with his wife.

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How has the events and hospitality industry been affected by the coronavirus outbreak and lockdown? To find out, Gareth speaks to a doyen in this field to get the answer. In 1999, she traded in her social butterfly image and her obligations as an executive wife, to take the business world by storm. And what a storm she’s made! 
Edith Venter has been at the helm of Edith Venter Promotions for more than 20 years, serving the hospitality industry.

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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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After seeing too many people he knew going to jail for gun possession charges, not because they robbed or killed somebody, but just because they had the gun... Maj Toure was inspired to make a change. He ended up forming Black Guns Matter in 2016 - a grassroots organisation that educates people in urban communities on their Second Amendment rights and responsibilities through firearms training and education. Gareth has a frank discussion with the North Philadelphia-raised activist on gun rights, freedom, politics and how these all affect each other.

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