We all have stuff we want to do in life, but seldom get around to it. Robby Kojetin has though, and he has done so from an unlikely starting point. In his new book 'Left Foot. Right Foot' he talks of his journey from wheelchair to the peaks of the world's highest mountains, and how you can always do what you really want to in life with the right motivation.

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Matthew Kanniah really wanted to do something with cars in the media, but was unsure of how he could get out there. Instagram was his start point, from there he has appeared on the radars of Clarkson, Hammond and May as a serious international motoring influencer. He chats to Gareth about his journey, where he intends taking his passion, and even educates the team on some motoring fundamentals.

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There are very few people who know more about the entertainment industry than Collett Dawson. Heavily involved in the industry for more than 25 years, Collett lets us in on all that she has seen and done in her career. From celebrity encounters to wardrobe malfunctions, she gives us a glimpse into the entertainment industry and all that it presents.

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Gareth met a man recently at a party who really struck a chord with him. That man was 84-year-old Ted Slotar, who shares many a life story and lesson in a candid studio chat. From his days as a young tennis player, to a guy auditioning for film and TV work, Ted has seen the highs and lows of life in more ways than one.

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We don't know a great deal about hypnotherapy in life, but it is something that can reveal more about our lives than ever believed possible. Chez Valenti is a hypnotherapist, who has teamed up with Rabbi Ze'ev Kraines (aka 'Warren Scott') to create the book 'Getting to the Core', a piece of work that reveals why we are the way we are. They chat to Gareth about the many levels of healing in humans, the souls we possess, and how an open mind towards the subject could break through some barriers that are holding us all back.

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Gad Saad is a Montreal Professor of Evolutionary Behaviour and Gareth gets him to tell us about gift-giving, risk-taking and the effect of hormones on shopping for men and women. The thing that fires Gad up is his passion for free speech, the scientific method and not tolerating any bullshit. He and Gareth talk about multiculturalism, gender, the regressive left and Canada’s ridiculous Prime Minister.

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Gareth and John Vlismas are unable to exchange small talk, they only ever discuss the big things. The Hate Speech bill, tapeworm activists, Joost's death and why people gravitate to certain people in life. And that's just the intro. John has a new show called 'The Good Racist', and it is exactly what you would expect from a man who has been at the forefront of comedy for more than 20 years.

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Singer/songwriter Connell Cruise joins Gareth for catch-up on his busy life. Now living in New York, Connell's life in and around music continues to evolve producing some great stories to share. From talking creativity, the nuances of international marriage and some experimental highs, he is always a great guy to have in studio.

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Losing a loved one is never easy in life, but in the case of Letshego Zulu, it was beyond life-changing. She shares the tragic story of losing her husband Gugu with Gareth, and what the whole experience has meant for her. In life and even death he was larger than life, and the strength she has taken from this moving forward shows what an incredible woman she is.

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Keeping up with the Kandasamys opens in cinemas on the 3rd of March in South Africa. It is a movie that is essentially likened to a hot and spicy curry, providing a brilliant snapshot of the sometimes forgotten Indian culture in the country. From family matters to community envy, cast members Maeshni Naicker and Madhushan Singh give you an idea of what to expect.

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