07.01.21 Pt 1 - A treasonous mob stormed Capitol Hill in the US, resulting in panic about the veracity of Western Democracy. Don’t see lockdown as a hardship, think of it as a highlights package of what retirement will be like - it might give you an idea of how you’ll age. Finally, as an adult, how often should you be having a physical check up?

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Call your parents or a relative you haven’t spoken to for a long time and sort out a feud that needs to be put to bed. Everyone has some ongoing feud that is doing them more damage than good. So for this week, call up the cousin you hate and wish them well for the new year. They might keep on being an arsehole, but you can start the year with a clear conscience and be the better person. That irritating old relative that nobody in the family likes? Phone them and say hi. Reconnect with an estranged parent. It might be one of the best things you ever do, or it could just be a noble gesture. Er, that’s it.

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05.01.21 Pt 2 - Ever since Jack Ma made a speech that went against the Chinese government's economic policies, he hasn't been seen… Where in the world is he? We’ve all embraced the idea of the influencer (or at the very least learned to tolerate it), but the team wonders what the rise of the Covid influencer says about society. Finally, Gen Z: are they just an ugly bunch of asexual betas? Article - The Kids are Not Alright: Generation Z Sexuality

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05.01.21 Pt 1 - The team tackles the question of how to let everyone know you’re an unhappy homophobe in an environment with 'too much gayness’ - options include email, voicenote or just burning people at the stake. There’s also a discussion about whether repairing family relations can also help your personal life in the bigger picture.

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22.12.20 Pt 1 - Machines don’t make mistakes, and (with all due respect), you're the idiot if you forget your password. The team chats about which Christmas traditions are non-negotiable. Sam Smith is undergoing a transition and has a tricky request - because it needs a womb in order to be fulfilled. And pilots: heroes of the sky, or glorified bus drivers?

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The power and politics of sport – Gareth and guests explore South Africa’s addiction to games. With Mbulelo Thinta, Ben Karpinski and Siv Ngesi.

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17.12.20 Pt 1 - Substitutes in sport are an accepted norm, but substitutes in real life can be tricky. Does your regular barber get jealous if you try someone else? Then there’s strip clubs: if you have a partner that frequents them, should you be stressed or relieved? Staying with strip clubs, the team ponders whether sharing the buffet with the glitter-laden dancers is wise.

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15.12.20 Pt 1 - Johnny Mathis has the voice of an angel, but the skin of well-salted biltong. Sadiq Khan is now a man in a mask on TV... he's like Batman, but without the cool factor. If Cyril is standing, it's now clear - it's terrible news for our fellow South Africans.

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10.12.20 Pt 1 - If you speak a foreign language, should you use that as a pick-up line? Is sneezing into your mask the equivalent of pooping in your pants? Do South Africans need to learn how to cue? Are old people in Africa hogging all the jobs? South Africans want to go to Mars, how bad is planet Earth? Do parents secretly hate all children... including their own?

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08.12.20 Pt 1 - It's that time of year again folks... time to regift your gifts from three years ago. It is being said that if you are going to be the last partner in a relationship to survive, be the woman - men fall apart. Was Michael Jackson a monster or a genius? Are celebrities the best people to speak about social issues?

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