From growing up in South Africa to taking on the sound engineering scene in Los Angeles, how did Kelly Sayer do it? Gareth chats to her about her love for music and how that's taken her to studying at Berklee School of Music in Boston, and currently working for platinum-selling record producer Alex Da Kid (best known for hits such as Rihanna’s Love The Way You Lie and Imagine Dragons’s Radioactive).

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Cyrus Knight had a difficult start to life. Music was his direction and destiny though, but not in a typical sense. Losing his parents at an early age and growing up in Nigel, the church was instrumental in his music development. He is now looking to broaden his career horizons and take his talents and diverse sounds further afield.

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Gareth chats to one of the producers behind Blue Planet II, Jonathan Smith. The natural history film producer at the BBC Studios Natural History Unit specialising in underwater landmark wildlife films discusses the adventures he's been on while filming the new BBC Earth series - which, as he confesses, have been nothing short of fascinating. Dive deep into our oceans and discover much about life in our waters in this interview.

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Professor Mike Bruton has taken the task of highlighting South Africa's greatest inventions in his new book, 'What a Great Idea!' - crammed with information on the awesome variety of new products and services that South Africans at home and abroad have invented, from pre-colonial times to the present. Written in a highly readable style and richly illustrated, Gareth chats to the author on the inventions that will astonish, surprise and inspire you!

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They can't spell, but they sure can play. It's the rock band The Color Blew and their time in studio with Gareth was a laugh a minute. They talk about the challenges of playing in local clubs, growing up on the East Rand, and the importance of rock music never fading away.

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What goes into running a leading corporate and commercial law firm? How do you keep an eye on and specialise in more than 18 legal fields across a wide range of sectors? Gareth gets these questions answered through a fascinating conversation with David Hertz. With years under his belt in legal expertise, he tells Gareth what it takes to be the chairman of Sandton-based law firm, Werksmans Attorneys.

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There are few more recognisable and celebrated names in the South African advertising industry than Nathan Reddy. Founder of Grid Worldwide Branding and Design, Nathan has been instrumental in the way the industry has evolved in the last decade, and has much to share on how the future is developing globally, and how a trend to 'real' concepts and executions are becoming more and more desired.

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Editor of Stuff magazine, Toby Shapshak is the go-to authority in all that is happening in the world of tech and consumer gadgets. He and Gareth talk about what is getting people excited device-wise, how the online world continues to change how we do everyday business, and even social media capture.

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Businesswoman and former Miss SA is, going with her surname, a "bamshell"! Gareth catches up with Melinda Bam on the recent happenings in her life - from naked snorkelling to getting married to a former Mr SA. Learn more about her as she opens up about her personal journey of learning to be assertive as a woman, and how getting robbed on the day of her father's funeral at the age of 11 shaped who she is today. Melinda also shares details about how President Trump gave his blessing for her to get married, before she discusses her 2018 plans.

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What do you get when friends/comedians get ahold of the microphones with Gareth Cliff? Hilarity and things that make you go "Hhmmm" ensue! Nik Rabinowitz and Gilli Apter get into a conversation around a whole slew of topics - the Cape water crisis, the comedy business, social media, topics they shy away from in their humour... and even visiting a shul in Brooklyn.

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