This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast 'Beyond Madness' - created by CliffCentral.com. What is the societal fascination for serial killers all about? Who are these people who live amongst us, undetected, going about their crimes? What does it take to track them down, identify and apprehend them? This week we speak to Dr Gérard Labuschagne - a Clinical Psychologist, Criminologist, and an Advocate of the High Court with an interest in forensic and investigative psychology. In proud association with Adcock Ingram OTC Sponsors of Brave.

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Crazy D chats to Yuvini Gounden, the inspirational founder of Yuvini Crafts. Driven by her love for arts and crafts, she left the corporate world to start her own business. Her colourful, funky products create positive awareness about SASL and Deaf culture. As the only Deaf person in her immediate family, she is determined to build relationships between hearing parents and their Deaf children through creative arts.

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Lerato chats to Ditebogo Sesana who is an exceptional jeweller with more than eight years experience in the industry and currently residing in Alex township. Often being the only Deaf person among hearing individuals; he shares how humble beginnings led him to achieve great strides in his community.

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Simphiwe Mkhize describes herself as an extrovert who loves people and is deeply passionate about education, leadership and being a role model to Deaf women and youth. In this episode she shares her journey on MA research in SASL linguistics, Deaf identity and unpacks the term 'disability'. This conversation will leave audiences captivated, inspired and challenged!

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This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast 'Blind History' - created by CliffCentral.com and Taylor Blinds & Shutters. The man who encouraged black farmers to buy land in the early 1900s, became one of the first black lawyers in South Africa, and attended Columbia and Oxford Universities before founding the ANC, has almost been forgotten to history, but part of the reason Blind History is here is to open our eyes to some of the history we have forgotten. Find out about Pixley ka Isaka Seme in this episode.

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This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast 'Blind History' - created by CliffCentral.com and Taylor Blinds & Shutters. A tiny little Queen with enormous power – reputed to have had no sense of humour. That’s how most people know Queen Victoria, but in fact she was a progressive, sensitive and quite strident woman in an age where those things were mostly frowned upon. Let’s see if you’re amused in this episode of Blind History...

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This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast 'Blind History' - created by CliffCentral.com and Taylor Blinds & Shutters. Perhaps no other American family was ever so photographed, written about, talked about, admired, hated and controversial. Were they brilliant, heroic, extraordinary people or arrogant, competitive, self-absorbed children of a wilful, overambitious patriarch? Most people think they know the Kennedys. We’ll tell you what you don’t know.

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This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast 'Blind History' - created by CliffCentral.com and Taylor Blinds & Shutters. Socrates, Aristotle and Plato are the fathers of Western (if not world) philosophy. Despite us knowing so little about their lives, they have an enduring influence on every aspect of our thinking and understanding. The university, the academy, the school... these things all come from the three great philosophers - men who actually lived, and knew each other. It's time we got to know them.

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