A woman is found alive in a mortuary, but in more pressing news… Gareth and Siya share their experience of personal shopping in London. The conversation then goes more into the work side of their trip and how Siya is actually a savvy investor. Upcoming interviews they are having, other tourist attractions to get to, then Ben and Poppy wrap things up with an honest take on road trips.
Ben and Poppy unpack the petrol price increase, and where all the money goes. An update on the Thai football team stuck in the cave, and more crazy business advice from Ben’s new favourite person – Nathan Fielder. Poppy then has the latest on the news, Ben with the sport, and some listener messages.
Neil Harbisson raises many eyebrows around the world, just by being himself – the Catalan-raised, Northern Irish-born artist is best known for being the first person in the world with an antenna surgically implanted in his skull and for being legally recognised as a cyborg by a government.
You haven’t heard the Backstreet Boys being involved in the #MeToo movement… until now. It isn’t looking too good for Nick Carter, but can he simply lawyer his way out of it? Gareth and Siya join in on the fun from London, sharing stories from their trip so far. Then a new feature on the show with Taylor Blinds where the team doesn’t turn a blind eye to home cleanliness. And finally, Werner Bekker drops by to play a song and share his unique story in music and songwriting.
Ben and Poppy are without Gord today, who is a little sickly. They recap on Poppy’s first week at CliffCentral, and Ben shares a new show where a comedian provides outrageous business advice to small companies. Then your latest in the the news, and an extended sports feature.
Ben shares his Friday night experience of boxing and strippers, and how the industry of the latter isn’t what it used to be. Niche review content on the internet and how it’s making millionaires of people, then Letshego Zulu and Erik Vermeulen come into studio to talk about the launch of 7.2 Degrees. The perfect piece of motivation for your Monday, the two of them are about to embark on a journey like nothing you have heard before.
The week gets off to a rocky start for Ben, but Poppy gets the show going by describing her crazy weekend… from an interesting date to living a paramedic’s life. K Pop, some technical issues make Ben’s morning even worse, then into the news, sport and Anthea on the finance.
Gord reflects on last week’s fat resort conversation and how one of his friends is judging him, heavily. High Rob calls in for a solid pre weekend discussion of hook ups and drug taking, plus analyses Diego Maradona’s current cocktail. Gang talk gone all wrong, the joys of growing rosemary and its many uses and another dreadful shooting in America. George Mienie then wraps up the week with the latest from the world of motoring.
Do you still talk to people on the phone in a social sense? The team get into a very contrasting discussion around what connects them with their friends, and how they “maintain” relationships. Ben is excited about attending a ‘box and dine’, Gord adds a whole new level and Poppy is about to experience the paramedic life. The latest news, sports plus Siya’s positivity feature follow.
South African comedian Marc Lottering has been through a lot recently but trust the famed artist to retell the recent events in his life in a sidesplitting way as he catches up with Gareth. From a nun who greeted him with an ‘Aweh!”, going gluten free, his colonoscopy experience all the way to WhatsApp group politics. Marc is on fine form in this conversation as he leads up to his new one-man show, “Lottering at the Lyric”.