11.05.20 Pt 2 – Are humanities subjects useless in 2020? Is there still room for public debate? The aim for this week is to keep Leigh-Ann buzzed. Kazakhstan is a better place to live in than Australia apparently. If you are 12 years old, get a 3D printer. What happens if you have permission to travel back home, but can’t leave South Africa?

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11.05.20 Pt 1 – Psychic mediums might help you find a husband, but they’ll also smudge your make-up. Hit making producers are all over the web right now. Fake news is not a problem, let the people live a little. South African TV productions are back, no kissing though. And concrete on the moon needs something you produce daily.

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08.05.20 Pt 2 – If you knew how Covid-19 would turn out, how would you have acted differently at the outset? A footballer in Germany has risen from the dead. What’s the worst you have ever wished upon someone? Llamas might solve Covid-19. Josh Meltz and Adam Duxbury join us to talk about how their small business is doing in lockdown, and how they made a change to survive.

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08.05.20 Pt 1 – Leigh-Ann reveals why buying cream can be awkward. She has also had a ‘vice Santa’ come down her chimney. What happens if a homeless guy spits in your eye? Matt Groening might be a time traveller. Fat Adele and Luther were the best version of themselves… who knew?

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How has the advertising industry been impacted by Covid-19 and the lockdown? Will these times that we are in make a dent in the industry that was valued at R30.4 billion in South Africa in 2019? John Hunt – advertising legend and one of the greatest thought-leaders in this space – speaks to Gareth about this.

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07.05.20 Pt 2 – Xoli Mngambi and Jane Dutton have been forced to apologise for giving an opinion on eNCA about NDZ. Do apologies work in public? Is the public tired of mainstream media? Is the lockdown a classist social measure? What does flattening the curve actually mean?

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07.05.20 Pt 1 – Siya designed his own matric dance outfit… is anyone shocked by this information? It must be tough being a tall 18-year-old, 32 waist 38 length clothing isn’t easy to find. Should we prepare our parents for their own retirement? Ruth Bader Ginsburg is working from her hospital bed. Sean Sanders, co-founder of Revix, joins us to talk about the future of investment and finance on Beyond Bitcoin.

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The role of the patriarch has evolved more in the 21st century than ever before. Being in a relationship with a partner and a family is a dynamic that brings with it complexity at the best of times. What is the role of a father in times of stress? Are there core traits that all men share? How do men socialise vs women? There are four intrinsic observations which men can undergo to alleviate tensions before they spill over into the home. How can men be gentler, more forgiving, and less condemning towards themselves… and how will this affect family dynamics?

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As the founder, shareholder and CEO of alcohol wholesaler and importer DGB, Tim Hutchinson has seen many peaks and troughs in his 35 years of business. He admits though, that he has never experienced quite a drastic move like the government-instituted lockdown that South Africa is currently under. Gareth finds out what the lockdown means for Tim’s company and operations, how the alcohol industry is sustaining itself, and what the future of it will look like.

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06.05.20 Pt 2 – Some hip-hop lyrics haven’t aged well. If you cut your grass during lockdown, you might be in trouble. Jerome Levitz, Director at Fluxmans Attorneys, joins us to detail what to do if you get arrested during lockdown. What is the role of a father in the home during times of stress? We continue with keeping our shower game strong during lockdown with Sorbet Man Shower Diaries… this week we speak to a man who lives and breathes fashion and grooming – Rich Mnisi.

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