International cooking sensation Jenny Morris opens the show with her unbelievable culinary tips. The cast of the broadway musical ‘Polkdots’ joins us with great songs in studio, and we celebrate Celtic Music with ‘Christine and The Kilts’.

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After all the Women’s Month hullabaloo, Kagiso decides to switch things up and talk about things that women do not understand about men. Did you know that men are also suckers for compliments?

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Mark Mdluli flies solo with the idea of Free Love. Can we love anybody and everybody? And as always, #TheWorstGuysCypher.

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Timothy Maurice explores the neuroscience of diversity and inclusion.

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Sonia chats to toastmaster, student, and founder of the Woman Enough Project Jessica Rudzani Raliphada about the societal pressures that contribute to the high suicide rate among university students.

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The noble bonsai tree comes into focus today with Robyn Sher from Lifestyle Home Garden. These amazingly unique trees need some special care and attention, but you can find out all about it here – along with some other useful information that could make you into a bonsai fan.

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Gilmore talks to Nneamaka Nwosisi – the Creative Director of a Nigerian fashion brand that specialises in handmade handbags, shoes and accessories, using leather and incorporating African fabrics. Together they go through her journey, lessons learnt and also explore possible partnership with Zimbabwe and Southern Africa. He plays out with ADDICTED by Kolly Dee.

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Tshepo Ngwenya and Tshepiso Malefane are childhood friends who founded Creative Brands Studio. Weza Matomane discusses the ups and downs of entrepreneurship and how they make family life, friendship, and business work. Weza also chats with the multi-talented Pink Mokoena about her journey to becoming a Miss Earth South Africa finalist and an environmentalist, while also juggling a number of other talents. Expect bombs of wise lines, reflection and enlightening “Ah-ha!” moments.

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The technical recession is very much just technical when you look at the car industry in South Africa. George Mienie talks about the opportunities that await for used car sales, and Volvo’s new fully autonomous electric car is as ambitious as it sounds. The VW Beetle to finally be laid to rest, and a shock in F1 as Raikkonen decides to leave Ferrari. Powered by AutoTrader.

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The 80’s fascination of leotards and bad music gets dug up, a Google exec has a little whimper and a whine, and the Playboy Club returns. Some interesting listener mails, who the best drivers are in South Africa, and Naomi Osaka on Ellen. Experience Friday then gets the team active this week with Yossi Montrose.

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