This week Amelia Mc Pherson joins the team to talk about her rosary collection. What makes her collection so unique is that she has collected them at different religious sites from around the world. Amelia shares how each rosary is unique in what it commemorates. Brought to you by The South African Gold Coin Exchange (SAGCE) & The Scoin Shop.

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02.08.21 Pt 2 - To put it simply, Gareth’s life advice is to aim lower! Mbulelo still thinks that one shouldn’t be applauded for being a “nice person”. Amelia Mc Pherson then joins the team to talk about her rosary collection.

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05.07.21 Pt 1 - Seems like Mbulelo might be taking over Siya’s gold digging status. Loss, grief and the “you need to be strong” speech are discussed with Dr Hanan Bushkin.

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29.06.21 Pt 2 - Who knew that the day would come when Mbulelo was in need of some advice to do with the ladies? Gareth and him have quite the candid chat about sport, and what’s currently happening in the sporting world.

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The Romans were a decaying bunch, with not very much to boast about and a rotten empire that was divided in half, ruled by four weak emperors. The only thing that arrested its slide into ignominy was the character and action of an ambitious, military, pious man called Constantine, whom history would call The Great. He picked Rome up and dusted it off, built a new capital for the empire, and with one gesture established Christianity as the religion of the known world. Those bold moves forged a relationship between church and state that would last until the enlightenment...

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06.01.21 Pt 2 - Is Twitter the best way to consume the news in the 21st Century? Everyone has become a medical expert during the outbreak of Covid-19, why are people not trusting the vaccine which is coming out? Why is it that rich people always have awful internet and no sense of how technology works? It turns out Cyril Ramaphosa has time to read while fighting a global pandemic.

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The name Lucrezia Borgia is synonymous with poison. The name Cesare Borgia with murder, and the name Rodrigo Borgia with orgies, incest and nepotism. Maybe that’s why he changed his name to Pope Alexander VI when he was elected by the college of cardinals. Were the Borgias really the worst family in Rome? Find out in this episode of Blind History...

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28.09.20 Pt 2 - There's a dick doctor telling us that Covid is over. Masks are not cool because it's really hard to understand most people, and without seeing their lips, it's Oxford English roulette. Have some people just been living their normal life during the pandemic? There's more milk than gold on Earth... good for our teeth and bones. Gina Luzzatto gives us an update on life in lockdown in Rome.

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