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Nicolene has been a friend of the Gareth Cliff Show for some time now. As someone who has suffered a life-threatening head injury, she has made great progress in living a productive life - despite her setbacks, and catches Gareth up on what she is doing right now. She also talks about World Head Injury Awareness Day, and the strides that Headway are making in this field.
South Africa's golden girl of broadcasting Tracy Going has penned a strikingly honest memoir detailing the traumatic experience of being abused by her partner. She opens up to Gareth about love becoming terror based on 'Brutal Legacy' - hear about the lessons she's learned, the firsthand detailing of suffering abuse, how she coped through the legal processes of taking her partner to court, and so much more.
David Beckham is many things: world famous footballer, father, style icon, and the man who made tattoos mainstream. He’s also refined and cool, like his own whisky, Haig Clubman. It’s about changing the game, breaking the rules and doing things differently. Gareth Cliff had an unconventional, unradio conversation with David Beckham about Haig Clubman, his family, being an entrepreneur and breaking the rules. Haig Clubman is not for sale to persons under the age of 18. Enjoy responsibly.
After witnessing one too many cases of brands failing in the African marketplace, CEO of Insights Publicis in Nigeria Feyi Olubodun has penned 'The Villager – How Africans Consume Brands'. He chats to Gareth and the team around the book that has been called essential reading for brand owners wishing to conquer African markets. The conversation touches on the African consumer, how global influences and technology impact the continent, and how our essential identity is formed.
Jordan Peterson is a Canadian academic, author and controversial internet celebrity. In matters of free speech, human archetypes, personal responsibility and the use of gender pronouns, he has become a sensation among people fed up with political correctness and entitlement. He chats to Gareth for close to an hour about his latest book, 12 Rules For Life. (Apologies for the poor sound quality in the first few minutes)
Until his retirement at the end of 2016, Jeremy Thompson was one of the longest-serving journalists and news anchors in the UK. With a career that spans 40 years in television news, Jeremy shares some of his notable memories with Gareth Cliff, in this interview inspired by his new book, 'Breaking News'. This extraordinary conversation tells the life story of one of the world’s most popular broadcasters.
What do you get when you put Tony De King, Mark Banks, Eddie Eckstein and Joe Parker into our studio? An interview packed with laughs! Gareth chats to the four comedy legends who are still gong strong ahead of their 'Legends Live!' stage production. Apart from hearing each of their fascinating histories, the conversation also touches on random topics like Listeriosis, how President Ramaphosa is impacting comedy, and why they won't be giving pensioners a discount for their show.
South African trade union, Solidarity, has been in the headlines on several occasions as it negotiates on behalf of its members and attempts to protect workers' rights. What goes on behind the headlines that grace the stories we read? Gareth chats to its Chief Executive Dr Dirk Hermann on his work and experience, leading the organisation.
Kagiso Lediga is a tremendously talented comedian, television and film producer and director. A regular at CliffCentral.com, Kagiso stops by to talk to Gareth about a range of fascinating issues - comparing local comedians to international ones, his conversations with important filmmakers, and the things he is motivated by. It’s funny, insightful and real.
Regardless of how healthy we aim to be, there are always unforeseen challenges that can derail us at any moment. Mrs South Africa Nicole Capper, ambassador for Rare Diseases South Africa, comes into studio to shed some light on this, and how you can get involved to help those in need.
He’s the rapper who, in our heads, we can also chill and have a drink with. Gareth and Jack Parow shoot the breeze in a conversation that hilariously covers some of his less-than-pleasant previous jobs, creating his own range of products and how his music has allowed him to work and travel abroad. Fresh off creating a new album, he comments on not fitting the mould of a typical Afrikaans musical artist and how he is so hands-on with his work and collaborations. And hear him chat about random topics like Los Angeles, weed, and even how he’s dealing with the Cape Town water crisis.
Barry Hilton is a world-renowned South African comedian and no stranger to CliffCentral.com. In this conversation, Barry admits he’s only ever done three jokes in his entire career, discusses how his young son has given him energy and enthusiasm, and reflects on the advice Billy Connolly gave him years ago and how it changed his life. Barry admits he still deals with depression and a lack of self-confidence, but doesn’t mind acknowledging that he now says no to work that doesn’t interest him. Listen to one of our legendary comedians, with not a trace of bullshit.
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