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Surprisingly enlightening about people. Disappointingly uninformative about furniture. Join Dan Brown (the host) as he interviews a range of guests (the guest) while they are sat in a wardrobe (the wardrobe). The Host, The Guest & The Wardrobe ran intermittently from 2016 through to 2020, then disappeared, but now you can relive those turbulent years on more podcast platforms than ever.
 
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Look, the notes I have for this episode are "vegetarians, Splash, and fighting a bear". What do you think that means? I guess you'll just have to listen to Aaron Fernie talk about them. Of course, he's doing so while sat in Dan Brown's wardrobe. It's the 25th episode, surely you know the format by now? Originally published 7th November 2017.…
 
It's another open mic enjoyer in Dan Brown's wardrobe this week. The wardrobe is kind of like an open mic, isn't it? There's a certain level of performance to being behind the microphone in Dan's wardrobe, I reckon, and performing to an audience in a pub is almost as nerve wracking as performing to an audience you can't see because you're sat in a …
 
It's another mystery episode for Dan as the guest in his wardrobe isn't someone he's met before. The mystery turns out to be none other than Richard Fox, who wants to talk about roleplaying, Brexit, and his specialist subject: pumps. Ya got pump? Originally published 25th August 2017.
 
Isn't it great to hear dated references about now-former US President Donald Trump? I can only imagine that's why you're listening to stuff from 2016/17, anyway. This week long-time comedic collaborator Robin Edwards sits in Dan Brown's wardrobe to make those references. Originally published 12th August 2017.…
 
If you literally had a commissioned design of your face on a t-shirt, that would be pretty cool right? You wouldn't keep that in your wardrobe. Or maybe you would and you'd also have the whole actual man in there too. In this case, Gareth Hughes is the whole actual man and Dan Brown is the wardrobe owner. Originally published 19th July 2017.…
 
Dan Brown's wardrobe is still hot this week, but now it's got Shawn Gu in it. He's a student and wants to talk about studenty things, like university, social justice, and this new Facebook platform he's heard a lot about. Like everyone else, he also wants to talk about how hot it is in that wardrobe. Originally published 22nd June 2017.…
 
We resume Dan Brown's chat with Sam Chaplin, who is still sat in Dan's wardrobe. After they opened up to each other in last week's episode, the two men feel comfortable enough to talk more broadly about creativity, social media, and the existence of an mystery island. You'll be on the edge of your seat, unless you're sat in a cramped wardrobe. Orig…
 
The first #HGWpod that had to be split into two parts! Prepare for more content than has been contained in any episode to date. In this first part, Sam Chaplin sits in Dan Brown's wardrobe and talks about bags on seats, Bud Light, and Sam's much more successful podcast. Successful enough that people read more than three sentences into the descripti…
 
Getting back into stand-up comedy is one of the main themes of this week's wardrobe discussion. Maybe you should all send this to Dan and make him listen to it, then you'd get more Dan Brown content. You must want that if you're still here by now, right? Originally published 8th April 2017.
 
Why is there a sudden jump to Episode 9? How did Dan manage to lose two episodes in succession? Ross Lyall Blair doesn't even acknowledge those questions from the comfort of Dan Brown's wardrobe, choosing instead to talk about comedy, piano, and sound quality (ironically). Originally published 22nd January 2017.…
 
Easter Monday 2020 will always be remembered as one for the ages. Is there still room for tradition in the 21st century? Eggs or hot cross buns, which human are you? Pickled fish is apparently a treat, who knew? Are South Africans by nature friendlier than everyone on Earth? Dori details an emotional lockdown shopping story. We're joined by special…
 
Robert Downey Jr's greatness and the declining number of cucumbers are the things everyone should be focusing on as the lockdown is extended for 2 weeks in South Africa. What is it like shopping for a fussy parent during these frustrating times? Football in Portugal is just a different kettle of fish, and we have to deal with that. Which of the thr…
 
As many as one in six South Africans suffer from anxiety, depression or other types of mental illnesses, and often people who go undiagnosed and untreated resort to extremes, like suicide. We speak to Neo Fabulous from Safe Space and Neo Selebano from EmaLenna, about their NGOs which focus on creating awareness around mental illnesses in South Afri…
 
Ben Karpinski's love of Wham! has been stifled by The Gareth Cliff Show team the whole year, so Paulo and Dori decide to invite him to join their annual celebration of all things '80s. They talk about the abomination that is Whamageddon, the trend of '80's TV shows being rebooted, and more... all while admiring the legend of George Michael's hair.…
 
Recording,Mixing, Mastering Engineer and producer David Luchow at Yesfm Sri Lanka "A hidden gem of a producer from our island. Kandy's very own David Luchow has been producing in Germany and he will be on this special edition of your countdown #SriLanka - The YES Home Grown Top 15 "Yazmin Yousuf
 
For Human Rights Day 2017, CliffCentral.com is proud to host a panel discussion that encourages people to #TakeOnRacism as a partner of 'Anti-Racism Week', hosted by the Anti-Racism Network South Africa (ARNSA). ARNSA's national convener Sean Moodley hosts the dialogue, as he chats to Professor Professor Melissa Steyn and Doctor Caryn Abrahams abou…
 
In collaboration with UNESCO, Consciousness Café hosts their first on-air dialogue hosted by CliffCentral.com to mark World Radio Day. The topic is: “Why is it so difficult to talk about the fear and anger that still divides us?” Consciousness Café is a dialogue collective co-founded by Keke Motseke, Anisha Panchia and Claire Bell. The trio use a…
 
Olubunmi Kuku is a woman with a passion to raise leaders through community development. She fosters business investment and relationships in Nigeria and South Africa through her company, Arnion Global Consulting, and also assists expatriates and foreigners to settle into the republic. Olubunmi shares her view on the Identity of Nigerians as they ar…
 
How can high school better prepare us for university and life? Ruby brings in an intellectual and charismatic panel of students to have an authentic conversation surrounding how adequately or inadequately high school prepares students for university and life. Suggestions as well as critique is given. All in all, these students plan to reflect on th…
 
An open letter to parents and families: How you can better support students. Ruby invites a team of students to delve into the topic of parental guidance and family support regarding students. She also addresses the trials and tribulations students go through when they aren't adequately supported or advised. Criticism and positive suggestions are o…
 
The flashback freaks are back! Join Paulo and Dori for an extended holiday special as they take us back in time to the 1980s - the music, the movies with ridiculous plots, the angst, the dancing and much more. Don't miss a special feature on 'soundtrack legend' Kenny Loggins... plus tributes to some of the icons we lost in 2016.…
 
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