31.07.19 Pt 2 – Things get lavatorial as the team get into stories about pooping outdoors, and how to take a dump with your partner around. How do you clean your toothbrush? Leigh-Ann has some handy tips to keep things hygienic. Gaming kids are making more money than top sports champions… and Neo Kuaho pops in to discuss disruption and the future of learning.

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27.05.19 Pt 2 – With the price of Bitcoin on the rise, the subject of cryptocurrency is hot again. Sean Sanders from Revix brings you up to speed on this, and what to know, going beyond Bitcoin. A woman goes on a hike in Hawaii and causes a 2-week search party, what makes humans revolting body-wise, and a look at what’s hot series-wise now that Game of Thrones is done. Then Ian Russell talks about things like organisational cholesterol and other fascinating topics from his new book around big business and entrepreneurship.

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Drawing on his research around what’s required for the brain to operate at its highest level, Timothy asks South Africans which political party will best position them to live their goals and dreams. From a Neuroscience perspective, the brain requires what’s termed ‘Total Reliable Resources’ in order to operate at its full peak. Essentially, the political party in charge is a critical resource that can provide an environment for your brain to thrive. Hear South Africans from all walks of life open up about their hopes and dreams!

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Gareth geeks out with a nuclear physicist and mechanical engineer. We’re not sure if he knows anything or not, but the three of them get into a discussion about heat transfer tubes, thermocouples, quarks, gluons and neutron skins. If you’re brave or curious, you’ll enjoy this. Dr Marilize Everts and Harshna Jivan have been recognised in the Women in Science Programme, a partnership by UNESCO and the L’Oreal Foundation, to honour laureates for their scientific achievements.

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Fresh from Australia, friend to the show Brett Levy pops in for the morning to catch Gareth and the team up on what his life is like living Down Under – from living without alcohol at midnight to Oz colloquial terms. Gareth also picks his brain around the latest and greatest in the tech world to hear all about the future of jobs, driving Tesla, content on demand and so much more.

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Timothy Maurice is interviewed by Gareth Cliff about the social impact of social media, as well as diversity and inclusion.

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Having completed his PhD in molecular biology in 2005, Dr Daniel Meyersfeld has years of experience in the study of cell processes and codes in humans, animals, plants or other living organisms. Gareth picks the doctor’s brain on how studying the field of human generics can aid us in improving our health and wellness.

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The Lost Boys of Bird Island, a recently released book about an alleged pedophile ring during Apartheid South Africa, is making the news for some pretty dark and twisted reasons. Boris Johnson’s burka comments continue to create interesting talking points, then Dominique Collet from AlphaCode joins the team in studio to talk about the incredible opportunity they are providing for South African entrepreneurs. Finally, Gareth talks about anti-ageing and some new developments on that front.

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Gareth chats to one of the producers behind Blue Planet II, Jonathan Smith. The natural history film producer at the BBC Studios Natural History Unit specialising in underwater landmark wildlife films discusses the adventures he’s been on while filming the new BBC Earth series – which, as he confesses, have been nothing short of fascinating. Dive deep into our oceans and discover much about life in our waters in this interview.

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Timothy speaks to science writer Erik Vance, author of ‘Suggestible YOU’, about how our brains are influenced and tricked by stories, and how we can leverage quirk in the brains to grow our own goals.

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