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Laurel McCulloch (Pumpkin Patch child star)

Pumpkin Patch was an iconic children's show back in the day in South Africa. The theme tune still to this day brings back memories, but that is nothing compared to Laurel McCulloch's first-hand accounts of being on the show. She and Gareth remember the good old days of local TV, and the groundbreaking steps it took when the SABC was still a cutting edge organisation.
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Minnie Dlamini Jones

Media powerhouse and South Africa's sweetheart is now officially Mrs Jones! Minnie Dlamini Jones has had the country talking and tongues wagging since her 2017 whirlwind wedding to Quinton Jones. She opens up to Gareth about her journey down the aisle - including how her relationship started, what getting love from her parents means to her, and the importance of self-worth. And, as if that's not enough to keep her busy, Minnie has been keeping up with her media and sports work, which has recently seen her host alongside Usain Bolt and being offered new TV shows. In between all of this, find out Minnie's political stance, her weakness for shoes and how she could have possibly ended up as a pastor!
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Desmond Dube

Gareth gets to sit down with a legendary South African entertainer in a conversation that covers fame, talent, family and a look at our society in a way only this seasoned performer can. Desmond Dube retells many stories from his decades in the industry including being influenced by Bra Hugh Masekela, how his grandmother supported his work in the arts and getting his first break from Gibson Kente. Learn from his craft and ethic in this interview, as he even quips "If you don't love it, don't do it".
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Khuli Chana

Musician Khuli Chana has been staying true to himself and his pure talent, and it's definitely paying off. The Motswakoriginator discusses his passions and work, and how he's been dealing with the success, with Gareth. And even as he rarely discusses his personal life, he opens up about his family and touches on the unfortunate police shooting he endured a few years ago. This interview will make you realise why he encapsulates 'Chana Power'!
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Zimasa Qolohle

Young people, particularly in South Africa, face many struggles as they enter into the corporate world. How do you navigate it? How do you make a good impression? What should you do as you start out? Founder of The Corporate Canvas, Zimasa Qolohle, had to learn this the hard way and thus has created a platform to answer these questions. Get ready to make notes as you listen to this.
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Clint Brink

Popular actor Clint Brink has spent years building his name as a renowned and talented actor, but is now also diversifying into business, music and fitness. In this conversation with Gareth, Clint chats about how his childhood in the Cape and lying helped him land his role in 'Backstage' and led him to work with heavyweights such as Mfundi Vundla and Gray Hofmeyr. Becoming the man that he is today hasn't been the easiest route for him either as he discusses what exercise, spirituality, his wife, family and values have taught him. And on a point of reflecting back on his life thus far, find out why and how he calls the car accident he experienced at 21 years old (which left his then-girlfriend dead) one of the biggest blessings he's been given in his life.
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Drikus Volschenk

While Gareth is away, the team handle chatting to South Africa actor Drikus Volschenk. While he has a resume that many would envy with roles in local series such as Binnelanders and Unmarried, the Durban-born artist is now making waves by being cast on international movies, most recently, 20th Century Fox’s American blockbuster ‘Maze Runner: Death Cure’.
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Kelly Sayer

From growing up in South Africa to taking on the sound engineering scene in Los Angeles, how did Kelly Sayer do it? Gareth chats to her about her love for music and how that's taken her to studying at Berklee School of Music in Boston, and currently working for platinum-selling record producer Alex Da Kid (best known for hits such as Rihanna’s Love The Way You Lie and Imagine Dragons’s Radioactive).
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Jonathan Smith (Blue Planet II producer)

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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Cyrus Knight

Cyrus Knight had a difficult start to life. Music was his direction and destiny though, but not in a typical sense. Losing his parents at an early age and growing up in Nigel, the church was instrumental in his music development. He is now looking to broaden his career horizons and take his talents and diverse sounds further afield.
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Prof. Mike Bruton

Professor Mike Bruton has taken the task of highlighting South Africa's greatest inventions in his new book, 'What a Great Idea!' - crammed with information on the awesome variety of new products and services that South Africans at home and abroad have invented, from pre-colonial times to the present. Written in a highly readable style and richly illustrated, Gareth chats to the author on the inventions that will astonish, surprise and inspire you!
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The Color Blew

They can't spell, but they sure can play. It's the rock band The Color Blew and their time in studio with Gareth was a laugh a minute. They talk about the challenges of playing in local clubs, growing up on the East Rand, and the importance of rock music never fading away.

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