Ever wondered what your domestic worker thinks about the way you treat her? Behind every successful man in pinstripes and woman in heels in the corporate boardroom is a humble woman in a maid's outfit back home walking the dog, feeding the kid and making sure that the whites remain white and that the darks don't fade. Andrew and Rori speak to domestic workers about how they are treated, and they reveal shocking ways in which even the more "enlightened" among us make them feel like slaves.

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Dr Ross Tucker is a world renowned sports scientist who is currently most active in international rugby. Ross has for many years been involved with and provided insightful commentary, as well as interesting didactic views, on athletics, cycling and other sporting codes. Roman and Jonathan probe Ross for his views on intersex athletes, doping in cycling, and the case for an open drug market in sports.

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On the day of the municipal elections in South Africa, Andrew and Rori set up camp outside a voting station to engage with voters about who they are voting for and what informs their voting decisions.

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The guest on this episode is advocate and free thinker Mark Oppenheimer. Jonathan and Roman chat to Mark about his recent encounter at Think!Fest in Grahamstown, in which he was silenced and denied his freedom to speak because of his race and purported family background. This attack on free speech is highlighted further in discussion around the deplatforming of Flemming Rose at UCT, the furore over Zapiro cartoons, and the reaction to various paintings of political actors and their genitalia. Mark unpacks the specifics of speech protected by the Constitution and the interpretation thereof, especially in light of the concepts of hate speech versus hurtful speech.

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It's that time again for the critically acclaimed CEO SleepOut™... and even after a resounding success in the first year where R26m was raised, it appears that the initiative does not have everyone won over. Andrew and Rori tackle and explore the various critiques of the event and ask, do the ends justify the means?

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Roman and Jonathan host businessman, opinionista and all round maverick, Rich Mulholland. The conversation is broad and touches on everything from why you should masturbate several times a day, to whether businesses can discriminate against people with whom they disagree, and if there is a line on free speech. There's extensive banter about the value of democracy, the qualifications of leaders, and the current state of capitalism, amongst others. The discussion is fast-paced, passionate and highly thought-provoking!

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Is the SABC censoring the news or taking control of the national narrative? The media is often criticised for only focusing on the "negative" and SABC, for one, appears to have decided to change that through an editorial policy that has been labelled as censorship. Media Freedom Organiser at Right2Know, Micah Reddy, joins Rori to help explain whether what the SABC is doing is censorship.

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Roman and Jonathan speak to recovering adman Justin McCarthy. With election campaigning well underway, Justin gives his insights into the quality of marketing of each major political party - both past and present. They explore the meaning and lack thereof of many voting slogans presented to the public worldwide. The discussion also focuses on the issues with polling and market research with regards to election outcomes, a process which often seems to be very prone to getting it wrong.

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In this second instalment of the series, Andrew and Rori extend the question to CEO of YFM, Kanthan Pillay, self-proclaimed foe of Frankly Speaking Roman Cabanac, and Pastor Greg Tait of the God First Church - who put a different twist to the question, leaving us asking ourselves if we are closer or further away from the answer than we were when we started.

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Roman and Jonathan speak to South African-born, UK-based writer and editor Candice Holdsworth. Roman raises the myth of the gender wage gap and Jonathan ponders society's aversion to the differences between the sexes. The discussion also focuses on third wave feminism, rape culture and more...

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