From orgasms and cult leaders, to elephants and the Dalai Lama... it's a real family affair as the legendary Kate Turkington - 89 years young - is joined by her daughters Tiffany and Tara for stories that cover their shared love of travel, sibling rivalry, crazy expeditions, and some embarrassing anecdotes!

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‘What would you do if you weren’t afraid?’ One of Facebook’s many mantras that struck a nerve for Michal Oshman, and so it became the title of her latest book. Inspired by her grandmother - a holocaust survivor - Michal has lived day by day looking over her shoulder in fear, but recently turned her life around to encourage people to live, fail hard, learn and connect. Currently working in the TikTok realm, Michal is also using her voice to spread the message of social culture in the workplace far and wide.

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If you recognise the name “Carrie Bradshaw”, you lived in an era of prime time television, where 'Sex and the City' dominated the airwaves for years, but also became a cultural phenomenon - redefining modern relationships. Gareth sits down with the creator of the series, Candace Bushnell, to discuss her inspiration behind the literature and how it was picked up on television, being a single woman in New York, and even ideologies she is not a fan of. Plus she also shares some dating tips and tricks!

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You might ask, who still writes columns... let alone who still reads them? Aspasia Karras is the editor-at-large of Sunday Times Lifestyle, and she joins Gareth for a general catch-up. They dive into interesting topics like vaping, self-inflicted pain, and the trappings of branding and self-image.  

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Tim Urban has spent years writing stick-figure-illustrated posts on his blog, Wait But Why. Thanks to his creative and unique way of seeing the world - and all of its issues - he has now written his first book, What’s our Problem? Gareth speaks to him about the book, and some of the compelling topics that Tim tackled in it.

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Avid gamer, professional streamer, author and academic... Thea seems to be doing it all at the age of 25, while keeping a cool head and conquering the world. Gareth discusses her accolades in neuropsychology (in which she is obtaining her Master’s degree), and her relationship with the King of YouTube - Mr Beast. Not to mention everything in between from writing her book, 'The Marked Children', to her work in Esports and her plans for the future.

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South African treasure Louise Carver joins Gareth Cliff and Lebang Kgosana in the studio for a long overdue catch-up. With 7 albums, 11 South African Music Award nominations, and 2 Billboard No. 1’s, it’s a no-brainer that Louise is easily one of South Africa’s most precious talents. Together, they discuss life after COVID, her booming business ventures, the tragic death of Derek Watts, and her recent relationship.

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Bruce Fordyce - A household name and South African legend. Best known for winning the South African Comrades Marathon a record nine times, the "Winged Messenger" sits down with Gareth Cliff to discuss the special moments in his career, his involvement in today's athletic culture, and his interests in anthropology and archaeology.

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As we enter the final months of 2023, many of us are feeling a weight on our shoulders... unsure about the future of South Africa. It’s cool-headed, focused individuals, like Vusi Thembekwayo, that we rely on for leadership and insights. Gareth Cliff speaks to Vusi about SA’s business landscape in the current political climate, the role every concerned South African should play, and what Vusi's steps forward would be - if he had the opportunity to run things his way.

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Cape Town mayor, Geordin Hill-Lewis, gives Gareth Cliff an update on the latest happenings on the taxi strike...

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