09.12.20 Pt 1 - Just between us... how hard is marketing? Is there a reason why so few marketing people are funny? If you encounter bad spelling, does it affect your soul negatively? Have the aliens landed already? If the aliens are already here, why haven't they killed us yet?

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Torquemada! The name that struck fear into Spanish conversos and just about everyone else in Spain in the 15th Century. Torquemada! Grand Inquisitor and the all-powerful religious zealot who burned thousands and tortured many more thousands in his quest to rid Spain of sin. Torquemada - who had the ear of the Queen of Spain and extracted confessions out of the guilty and the innocent with equal zest. Today we’re the ones judging him... and history will be as unkind as he was then.

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07.12.20 Pt 2 - If you are in business, do you ever find yourself being extra grateful for a client who is more than just a transaction fee at the end of the month? Italy has its very own version of Jacob Zuma, but Silvio Berlusconi did it on a whole new level! If you lived in the 80s and 90s in Southern Africa, did you ever watch porn at hotels in Lesotho? Michael Mol then joins us to talk about his new Christian content subscription platform.

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01.10.20 Pt 1 - There is something to being the Anti-Oprah because good news isn't always the best news. Is politics the new religion? The US Presidential Debate was a reboot of Grumpy Old Men. Melania Trump showed a little bit of humanity and romance, she touched Donald's shoulder... what a saucy mama! And what is the logical argument for trucks?

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Gareth Cliff talks religion, spirituality and morality with Rabbi Yossy Goldman, Pastor Pushie Watson, and Jacques Rousseau. Plus special guest - David Hasselhoff.

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05.03.20 Pt 1 - Sex Education, is it based on Siya’s real life? Great show, must watch! Cliffology is a religion one should get behind, all you need to do is slice a finger and you are in... #ThoughtsAndPrayers. How fat is it okay to be? The best book ever written hasn’t been written yet - it’s called ‘Eat Less, Run More’. Should universities look after students into perpetuity? And Saudi Arabia suspends pilgrimage to Mecca because of coronavirus.

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14.02.20 Pt 2 - Jane Fonda looks like she could be 35 and she’s in her 80s... so if you want to look good, “Let’s get physical!” There is fascinating evidence coming out of the helicopter disaster which killed Kobe Bryant. Trigonometry is possibly older than we first thought, what will the Greeks say about this? Rebecca Black is having a cry about being a millionaire at 13 years old. And our beloved motoring guru George Mienie joins us from Vegas. Christo Lineveldt from Coronation joins us to tell us why looking after your money is the best Valentine’s Day gift you can get or give.

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22.01.20 Pt 1 - Should lesbians be allowed to get married with Christians at Beloftesbos? People are getting married at slave plantations, is this madness or just 2020 things being done by 2020 people? Keeping food for longer, science or stupidity? If you're irritated, scratch your balls. And Gord has kryptonite... it's called the Parktown prawn.

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These days, it seems impossible to have a reasonable conversation with anyone who has a different opinion. Whether you're online, in a classroom, an office, a town hall - or even just hoping to get through a family dinner with a stubborn relative. That's why the release of Peter Boghossian and James Lindsay's book, 'How to Have Impossible Conversations: A Very Practical Guide' is incredibly timely. Gareth interrogates the ideas and themes within the book as Peter chats to him via Skype from Portland, Oregon. This interview, much like the book, guides you through the straightforward, practical, conversational techniques necessary for every successful conversation - whether the issue is climate change, religious faith, gender identity, race, poverty, immigration, or gun control.

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Archbishop Thabo Makgoba shares his views on the current political landscape in South Africa, not only from the perspective of a religious leader, but also as the chair of the Electoral Code of Conduct Observer Commission. He also sheds light on the comments he made during his Easter Vigil on Saturday evening in Saint George's Cathedral, where he spoke candidly about how South Africans need to be wary of political parties who want to use them to fight battles, also saying that changing individual leaders was no cure "for all that is wrong with governance in SA today”. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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