This episode welcomes rising South African YouTuber, Conscious Caracal. Caracal talks about the online skeptic community, the increasing popularity of alternative media sources, and the importance of self-reliance in minority groupings.
“I went from 146kgs to my now 55kgs and I have lost 50 kgs and counting!” Is this the way to go? In studio with Garry and team, Tessa Kassel and Leslie-Anne Bennett share their stories.
Jonathan May joins once again to discuss the Michael Cohen trials and tribulations of being Trump’s lawyer. Can Jeff Sessions be sequestered and finally have to speak on behalf of all these things with the raid of Cohen’s office? Jonathan makes a grand statement near the end of the show. He states that there hasn’t been one good invention in the past 50 years that has helped humanity in a positive way…
Widely known for her compelling interviews, Ruda has a career that spans decades of conversations with prominent South Africans about their life choices and about how change has affected them. It is because of these experiences that she has penned it all into her new book titled, ‘Tell Me Your Story’. She chats to Gareth about this and shares some of the lessons she’s learned from her interviews. Then, they both reveal the launch of a new CliffCentral.com podcast series, hosted by the legendary journalist.
More is revealed about the Waffle House shooter in America, and how he is your typical attention-seeking outlier. Why are governments around the world so anti-marijuana when it comes to treating ailments? Mabz reveals when married couples are at their happiest, and we find out more about the upcoming #CastleLiteUnlocks concert.
Siya has a new car at the moment, but the upgrade is completely lost on him. This leads to a Warren Buffet discussion and difference between being strange and a billionaire. Should Mabz see a therapist? What does Ben have against pants? All of this plus the latest news, sport and Siya’s positivity kick.
Avicci’s rapid rise to fame… then death. It brings up a lot of questions around the celebrity life and its many pitfalls. Things you really don’t like touching day to day, Jacob Zuma’s new wife, backward cultures doing backward things, and bullying ended with a song.
Your week gets off to a ‘functional’ start as Ben’s potty procedure gets extensively reviewed. This evolves into the importance of good digestion, which we could all take to heart. Gord’s laugh is analyzed, E people lose their minds over trivial celebrity stuff, then into the news, sport and Siya’s positivity kick.
Zimbabwe celebrates 38 years of independence and this episode features different Zimbabweans from all walks of life, sharing their thoughts on what independence means to them, their disappointments, their wow moments, and what they hope for in the coming years. Gilmore also talks about the Vice President of Zimbabwe firing nurses, and the national UHURU celebrations for the 18th of April 2018 – Zimbabwe’s Independence Day.
The world is about to end, again, as a new rapture approaches. The electric cutting knife, Isabel Jones, and the identity of the ‘top’ Cape Town DJ bust for a large amount of drugs is revealed. The team discuss drugs and partying, fight or flight scenarios, then George Mienie comes into studio for his weekly motoring feature.