21.12.20 Pt 1 - The South African beach restrictions debate rages on! It’s been a year that’s driven us to drink, but seriously - it’s 2020. should we still be engaging in drinking competitions? Hypothetically speaking, if the US President and his entourage are killed, is there a backup plan for someone else to keep lying to us? And finally - sometimes leftovers just taste better.

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18.12.20 Pt 2 - The team ponders what it would be like to be able to take a photo of anywhere on Earth at any time in history. If people saw your day-to-day activity, how bored would they be? Tom Cruise has gone wild on the set of his latest film, and it's sensational listening. Finally, imagine this: you’re in your 40’s, and your parents throw away your pornography collection. Are you entitled to be upset?

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18.12.20 Pt 1 - Pediatric surgeons don't just fix the bumholes of children, have some respect! Boko Haram is really big on taking credit - it might not always be for the good, but they claim their actions. Norma Gigaba wasn't allowed in the bunker of her porn-addicted former husband's house. And an idea for the South African government: if you want a vaccine, maybe pay for it on time.

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As South Africa prepares for the Covid 'second wave', the ruling party has elected to limit access to beaches, potentially crippling the tourism industry. How long will the Garden Route take to recover economically from the current lockdown, and were there any options that would have limited the spread of Covid-19 without shutting down the economy? The team gives us their reasons to be optimistic for 2021. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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17.12.20 Pt 2 - Taking yourself seriously isn’t always a bad thing, but the team wonders if people sometimes take themselves far too seriously. Do people have to like each other in order to be nice, or is it possible to live in a world of mutual respect despite our differences? The team also tackles the great beach closure debate, and are convinced that this festive season will see a lot more fishermen along South Africa's coastal regions...

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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 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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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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14.12.20 Pt 2 - Christmas decorations can get a little over the top... where is the line? Do people still dress up for Christmas? Do people still listen to CDs, and if not, what should one do with their collection? How do parents afford anything when toys cost what they do? How do you deal with spam callers?

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14.12.20 Pt 1 - What are you looking forward to this Christmas, and what are you grateful for? Does the possible second wave of Covid mean we shouldn't be able to get a good tan on the beaches of South Africa? Kay Burley is suspended for 6 months... and now she's going to be South Africa's problem. Have you ever met the Grim Reaper? Leigh-Ann might have, and it's some tale!

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