Internet sensation Caspar Lee is just on the up and up! With his YouTube channel allowing him to interview the likes of Chris Pratt, Kevin Hart, Seth Rogen and Justin Timberlake, he’s now branching out to writing a book and filming new shows. Catch up on his exciting future plans and how he even got to meet his BFF and fellow YouTuber Joe Sugg.

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With a history that has seen him consult for the Mandela administration, Don Pinnock has experienced a lot. As an explorer, travel writer and photographer, his interests have now landed him in showcasing the stories of gang-ridden communities. His new book, ‘Gang Town’, looks at realities of gangs and the repercussions of these environments, including looking at child warriors and how important a role parents play in the lives of their children - explore this fascinating topic during this conversation.

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Growing up a McCauley is much more fascinating than you would imagine. Son of the renowned Pastor Ray McCauley of Rhema Church and pastor himself, Josh McCauley, talks about his fascinating life thus far. From opening Redemption Church, which has its headquarters based in a former club, his thoughts on commercialising religion to what he thinks about Pastor Mboro - hear it all from him. On a personal note, Josh also opens up about his parents' public divorce at 15 and dealing with his father's harrowing heart attack in 2010 that involved 14 hours of open-heart surgery.

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From travelling the world, singing in front of millions of people and now having launched her latest album, 'Born Free', the sensational singing songstress Lira discusses life, love and her exciting career with Gareth Cliff and the team. Get to hear how Lira bravely left her corporate background to start in the music industry with kwaito legend Arthur Mafokate.

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Get to know a whole new side of soul/pop singer, dancer and actor Moneoa - The 'More Than You' hitmaker takes Gareth into her mind by telling her fascinating life story, including growing up in contrasts of wealth and poverty, being raised by her single mother, how she's grown to own the music industry, as well as the special man in her life! The 26-year-old artist also gets candid regarding why she doesn't view fame as an achievement, "the Blesser life" and her exciting future plans.

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He's one of the most loved South African musicians yet you've never heard his story like this before - Hip Hop Pantsula gives Gareth Cliff an update on the happenings in his life recently. The musician gets frank on why he left Twitter, his history and love for Mafikeng and even working on music and television. He also stunningly reveals intimate details of attempting suicide three times and his much-publicised relationship with Lerato Sengadi. You've never heard HHP like this before!

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Gareth Cliff hears the amazing story behind one of South Africa's sweetest voices by chatting to South African jazz and Afro-pop singer, Judith Sephuma. From singing opera and studying jazz in Cape Town, to breaking into the mainstream industry, this Polokwane-native has so much to tell. Judith has many lessons to share with fellow musicians, from her co-parenting with Selaelo Selota, to dealing with her weight and even sharing the hilarious memories of living with the legendary Brenda Fassie!

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With more than 20 years in the journalism world, BBC Africa Bureau Analyst and Correspondent Milton Nkosi has many stories and experiences to retell to Gareth Cliff. The Soweto-born reporter has had firsthand encounters from Darfur to seeing the rise of the ANC and Nelson Mandela getting into power. As he chronicles his career, this husband and father of two also celebrates the 25th anniversary of BBC World News.

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Gareth Cliff gets into the mind of veteran writer, journalist and political commentator – Allister Sparks. Using his latest offering 'The Sword and the Pen', sparks chronicles his six decades in the political world, giving more insight into some of the most notorious stories that have shaped South Africa. From joining his first newspaper at 17, heading up the Rand Daily Mail, dealing with the damage and pain caused by Apartheid and asking the necessary tough questions needed for change, get a chance to learn about Allister’s extraordinary story here.

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Siv Ngesi shares his big heart with the team this morning by introducing them to his special friend, Alex Stone from Seatlle, Washington. Alex gives insight into living with cerebral palsy, doing his Masters and how he became friends with the Cape Town based comedian. He also explains what he feels about the political situation in the USA. Never one to back away from sharing his opinions, Siv then discusses his relationship with "Black Twitter" and how he feels about the Marie Claire 'In Her Shoes' campaign.

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