21.04.20 Pt 2 - Are tattletales good for lockdown? How can the ANC wish for banished sales of alcohol when they are the kings of getting raucous? Lorraine Maisel joins us to discuss the role of PR during and after lockdown. She also tells us about her new fiancé, and how to deal with a partner who's just not up to it. Speaking of a woman who knew exactly what she wanted... Blind History this week features Catherine the Great.

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21.04.20 Pt 1 - Stop saying you are pivoting, everyone is in a pandemic trap as business owners. Bushiri has gone digital... now that's pivoting! Harry, who used to be a Prince, is now managing the emotions of his father-in-law, what a wild ride his life has been. And if you want to save your business, just sell your island.

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How does an award-winning British broadcaster, newspaper columnist, barrister and former politician end up being in lockdown in South Africa? David Mellor QC chats to Gareth Cliff about how his holiday in South Africa was extended to 'lockdown'. Having had an illustrious career in politics serving in the Cabinets of Margaret Thatcher and John Major, how does David Mellor QC feel world leaders havefaired since the onset of Covid-19? Never shy of an opinion, he is unreserved about where the blame for this pandemic lies. And with his love of the arts, music and football, how does he fill his days during the lockdown?

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Being one of Africa’s greatest singers ever, how does a legend deal with not being able to sing for her adoring fans? Has the ministry been helping artists in South Africa during lockdown? On a personal level, are there any skills she's developing? How has she embraced online meetings? Record labels and artists in South Africa need to have an earnest conversation about fair pay, is this the time to come to the table? How can the wealthy help the vulnerable?

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Cosmic infinity and feeling free go hand in hand. What is it like for one of the leading astronomers on Earth to be confined by law to his home? Can he find inspiration in solitude? Technology allows us to chronicle our lives like never before, the professor has an app suggestion which will improve your camera skills in no time. Can sanity be found in the stars above?

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20.04.20 Pt 2 - When you start to cyberstalk people out of boredom, you know lockdown is getting real. If you go bald, what's the honourable way out... shave or hair piece? If you want to have a virtual meeting with a goat, it's possible. Phoeby Musonda tells us how the lockdown in Zambia is playing out. If you want healthy, great tasting food with no mess, Chantal Lascaris has just released her new book, 'All sorts of One-Dish Wonders'.

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20.04.20 Pt 1 - Global Citizens concert, how was that whole thing? Beyonce popped in too... did that make it worse or better? Is being forced to give up your vices too much to ask for people who need to cope with stress? Siya fell asleep during a family call, what should his punishment be? If you are single, Tinder is primed with a bunch of caged animals - strike while the iron is hot!

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17.04.20 Pt 2 - How would a fabulous human survive in the 16th century? If you had the chance to ask your teachers from school, would you want to know what they thought of you? Leigh-Ann had a gang in school and they had a chilling chant. Craig Hannabus details the range of emotions you might experience during Covid-19, and how your core persona might manifest itself in reality. Nic Haralambous has written a new book - 'How to Start a Side Hustle'... and his beard is fierce!

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17.04.20 Pt 1 - Will people with vices quit those because of lockdown? What is the human equivalent of a rabbit? If you are obese, life would be hard anyway, but during Covid-19 it's terminal. Siya's cigarettes, open now... roll up, roll up! How do you choose what to watch on Netflix? The lockdown will end, what will you do on day 1 of freedom? Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is very boring, but she had to put up with that guy for a while so give her a break. Oh yes, Harvard is letting anyone in now... there goes the neighbourhood.

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Carolyn Steyn's regular schedule - which includes a radio show, her charity work with 67 blankets, and an improvised cardio routine of running up the stairs - has helped to maintain some normalcy during the Covid-19 lockdown. To her shock, she hasn’t fought with her husband once so far, but to her delight the world has shown unilateral empathy where needed... and she expects this to continue beyond lockdown. BC and AC will take on a new meaning - AC, After Covid will be different, but better. She is proud of her president and proud of her fellow citizens. A theatre performer and lover for life, she will do what she can to help the show go on!

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