Lunch with EB Inglis
Episodes in this series
Strange and unusual house rules01 December 2020 | 4 Minute Listen
Lunchtime listeners reveal their strange house rules. EB shares that his in-laws have 3 toilets at home and one of them is exclusively for his mother-in-law. NO ONE else is allowed to use her toilet. This got EB thinking... what are other unusual rules that exist in other households.
Unofficial tea rules according to listeners01 December 2020 | 3 Minute Listen
EB Inglis shared a picture of himself enjoying french toast and a cup of tea on social media. When someone commented about the teabag still floating in the cup, EB wanted to find out from listeners about more so-called “rules” when it comes to making tea.
Love Your Nuts Campaign18 November 2020 | 3 Minute Listen
Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in the age group 15 to 40. EB Inglis chats to Chris Vermeulen about 'Love Your Nuts', a non-profit testicular cancer awareness campaign. The 'Love Your Nuts' campaign is all about educating people about testicular cancer... they go to schools and ... educate kids about it They like to challenge people to be ballsy and to do something nuts in one of their speedos - to grab attention. They have an awesome system to help patients with cancer ... emotionally it's draining and it's just good to have somebody that knows how it feels Thorsten, the Founder of the 'Love Your Nuts' campaign, he's a survivor... he's such an inspiration. To raise awareness to the cause, on November 28th, Vermeulen will hike up and down Lion's Head wearing 'love your nuts' swimwear as often as possible within 12 hours time. 'Love Your Nuts' have also started a fundraising campaign where the money raised will be used for the development of an app for teachers and school children. Visit www.loveyournuts.org for more information.
Virtual healthcare bookings, made simple with Ollie Health17 November 2020 | 3 Minute Listen
16-22 November mark's Global Entrepreneurship Week. While the global pandemic has brought on a range of obstacles to budding entrepreneurs, the ongoing crisis has spawned an opportunity for new ideas. Much like Ollie Health, a free virtual healthcare booking app. EB Inglis chats to Founder and CEO, Marc Knowles. The idea came to him when he arrived in Cape Town from Canada, he felt ill and found the process of finding and booking a doctor was more complicated than it needed to be. Ollie Health is an on-demand solution - coded and created in four months It's free to sign up and create an account, you can then book and browse by category, so we have General Practitioners, Physios, Psychologists... You can filter by medical aid, if you don't have medical aid... you can choose a cash option. Then you can go through and book a time slot, right in the app. For more info, visit www.ollie.health