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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Should you only use your lucky numbers on lottoland.co.za? Maryke Haywood, Marketing Manager for Lottoland South Africa, is back to give us more tips and tricks on how to play and win… plus some more clarity on those pesky taxes and possible ways to get around them.

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27.10.20 Pt 2 – Is homeschooling an option for most people, or is Pythagoras’ Theorem best left to people who know what’s what? If your life is established, would you want a new partner later in life… or are you single to the death? Is anyone proud to work for the South African government? If you don’t fix potholes in Durban, the people will make you reap what they sow. Owls are not a solution to your rodent problem in Africa, they are the 11th plague.

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27.10.20 Pt 1 – Today we need to clarify who the king is. Should we still keep maiden names, or is that a thought best left in the 12th century? If you have aged badly don’t be sad, the people who used to love you for your looks are just as sad. If you want to be happy, choose ugly friends so you always get the attention.

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Simón Bolívar was the Napoleon of South America – although if you called him that, he might have cut your head off. He could have had the easy life of a rich landowner in Venezuela, but chose instead to create a new Europe in South America. Bolívar made a mark on South America that endures to this day… and is one of the few men in history to have a country named after him.

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The value for companies is still in their data. As your company grows, what storage options should you consider? How does cloud storage work? Does having it mean you can get rid of physical server backups? Should companies test their backups? Gareth speaks to Jaco Voigt from Catalytic for answers.

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26.10.20 Pt 2 – Every time some 11-year-old with a luminous vest tells you when you can cross the street at a school, please understand you are witnessing the training of the next generation of Karens. We call it scholar patrol, but it’s an incubator for busybodies who will one day want to see the manager. Stop farting people… you’re contributing to a methane bomb which is destroying the Earth!

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26.10.20 Pt 1 – Sihle Zikalala and the government are threatening to take Christmas away from South Africans. What is now clear is that corporates cannot deal with even an ounce of controversy. An 11-year-old has put her list together for Santa… and it’s amazing. If Slovenia gets the US launch codes, it will be because Donald let the enemy in.

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If you are a driver in South Africa, the age of not following rules is over… from 1 July 2021 the demerit system becomes real. Can South Africans conform? How fast is your car? Because whatever your answer, there is a person in LA whose car is faster! Which car accessories were just never going to survive the test of time? What is the most ridiculous traffic law on Earth? Powered by AutoTrader.

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23.10.20 Pt 2 – If your friend is an embarrassment (and quite frankly a dickhead), how do you end that friendship? If you want to travel, which are the friendliest cities on Earth? If you fart at breakfast and everyone hears it, should you leave immediately? Laurel McCulloch of Pumpkin Patch fame joins us to discuss her life in lockdown in Australia.

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