Joining Garry and team is Cliff the PigSpotter, with his powerful Twitter following of 552,000 - explaining the evolution of @PigSpotter. With him in studio is Howard Dembovsky of JP-SA.org. This show is presented in collaboration with LegalTalkSA.

More info

Whenever Timothy Maurice pops in, you're bound to be bowled over by new ideas and different ways of thinking about things. In this conversation, he breaks down our relationship with social media, and the psychology behind it. What fuels our addiction to social media? Why do we follow the people we do? And why are young, single women more addicted to social media more than any other group? Timothy breaks this down, as well as moving onto another fascinating talking point: Undermining the value of "sameness".

More info

Is Jerm a controversial cartoonist or just an opinionated guy who can’t draw very well? Gareth chats to Jeremy Nell on the state of his work in these times. Together they cover hot topics like the state of social media, feedback from his audience, and some other South African cartoonists.

More info

Comedian Stuart Taylor is the driving force of South Africa's Big 5 comedy show, a show currently entertaining people with a star-studded lineup. He and Gareth also talk about life on the comedy road, what international audiences like about SA comedians, and how social media is changing content that makes it onto stage now. They also touch on fatherhood and what his kids think of his life on stage.

More info

It's Mandela Day, and it's a special one as Madiba would have been 100 today. Gareth and Siya discuss this and their experience from the Mandela Lecture with Barack Obama. Some interesting discussions in the news headlines, Ben on the sport, and Siya's positivity feature.

More info

A recap of some of the stories that have our attention in the headlines, and a look at the weekend that was. The team discuss the likes of a Zimbabwean leader claiming the country is cursed, people losing (fake?) Twitter followers, and a drastic move to curb climate issues.

More info

In a world of constant and unrelenting media bombardment, our brains have to become really adept at prioritising, ranking, and recognising the most important messaging...

More info

Timothy brings you part 3 of his 3-part series from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, where he speaks to Senior Lecturer, Dr Ben Shields, about Social Media Persuasion and Influence. Dr Shields is the author of Social Media Management: Persuasion in Networked Culture. He shares advice from his book and course about building persuasion in the digital age, and what some of the common mistakes leaders and entrepreneurs make when building their social media strategy.

More info

I love the World Cup. Since 1990, my brother and I have supported Argentina in the World Cup. It might have something to do with Maradona and his glory days, but for whatever reason that’s my team. That has never been a problem. People can support any team they like, right? There are guys in Lenasia who have nothing to do with England, Manchester or the colour red who are such passionate Manchester United supporters that they become annoyed when someone questions them about it....

More info

George Matsheke is the founder of an online publication and creative agency. He reflects on his past failures and the challenges of the magazine industry in South Africa, and he shares key lessons on content creation and what we need to understand about the future of content.

More info