22.04.21 Pt 1 - Remember the first time you got to experience the internet? Or your first phone (the one with the polyphonic ringtone)? Did you ever a queue for whatever new phone was launched? What a time that was... The team goes down memory lane and shares some interesting experiences.

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The longest reigning King of England watched the birth of America, the French Revolution, the dawn of modern science and the Agricultural revolution without ever leaving England. In fact, he hardly left Windsor. He was proud to be English and his bizarre eccentricities eventually proved to be real madness - but the people loved him. They called him 'Farmer George’ and he set a moral and respectable example of what the monarchy should be, one that has trickled down right to the present day. 

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20.04.21 Pt 2 - The guys have a brief conversation about the UCT fire and the impact of it. Gareth talks to Pepe Marais - founding partner of Joe Public United and author - about his new book and finding your purpose.

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Ever wondered why Americans drive on the right and the British on the left? George Mienie answers that, and even explains which side is safer. He also reveals the top 10 most fuel-efficient cars... you’ll be surprised which ones make the list! Powered by AutoTrader.

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16.04.21 Pt 2 - Leigh-Ann is curious to know if she is the only one who suffers from sexsomnia, and it seems like she just might be. And find out how to successfully cheat using a certain website.

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Before the words ‘gangster', ‘thug', ‘mafia' and 'mob boss' were used by pretenders, rappers and small-time thieves, those words were used to describe really dangerous, wily, streetwise and charismatic underworld people... people who started modern organised crime in America. Al Capone was the most real of them all.

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16.03.21 Pt 1 - The Grammys recently took place and the guys chat about the winners of the night, which leads to them having a disagreement about Beyonce’s vocal abilities. Now, Siya is on a mission to prove why she’s amongst the greatest of all time. Are you comfortable with paying somebody's else university fees?

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If a mere seven more MPs had voted with Prime Minister JBM Hertzog in favour of neutrality, South Africa's history would have been quite different. Will we see more war under the administration of US President Joe Biden? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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15.12.20 Pt 2 - It seems working in the nude is the way of lockdown for South Africans. What is the greatest Christmas song of all time? Anthony Mederer, MD of Taylor Blinds & Shutters and co-host of Blind History, joins the team to discuss his love of history and his lifelong love affair with mother nature... and why he is excited about the new podcast series Blind Conservation. The final episode of Blind History season 4 features French Revolution protagonist, Maximilien Robespierre.

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Blind History has spanned centuries of incredible people and events. We’ve marvelled at the heroic efforts of titans, and could scarcely believe the evil of some of history’s villains. But, good or bad, they’ve all helped shape the world in which we live. And someone who helped to bring these stories to life is Simon Sebag Montefiore: an award-winning author, academic and historian whose writings not only provided research material for some of the episodes, but whose love of history is an inspiration to Blind History hosts, Gareth Cliff and Anthony Mederer.

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