Vic Naidoo

EAST COAST RADIO  |  Podcast , ±5 min episodes every 19 hours  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
Durban-born Vic Naidoo is fresh, unapologetic and inclusive. He brings his honest brand of humour to your airwaves every weekday between 1pm – 4pm. In case you missed any of the best bits from his show, this is the best place to catch up.

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15
JAN
11am

This is what Vic Naidoo would wear as a warning label...

Disclaimers, clauses, labels, terms and conditions are usually there for your protection. But what if YOU had to wear one? Imagine if instead of explaining your weird and wonderful quirks, you could just have a warning label that did the explaining for you. After asking KZN to reveal what their warning labels would say if they had to have one, Vic Naidoo also shared what his would say.
15
JAN
11am

Should we #Normalise sending men flowers?

When it comes to gift-giving, gender tends to play quite a big role in the choice of gift, whether it be consciously or subconsciously. Flowers are a beautiful part of nature and they can easily brighten someone's home and are a thoughtful, sweet gift to receive, no matter what your gender. Vic and his team received an e-mail asking whether it's okay to send men flowers.
15
JAN
5am

WARNING: Do not watch this popular series with your parents!

While the new year is the perfect opportunity for change, one thing remains the same - we all still love spending time in front of our television and laptop screens! Vic Naidoo is back with a bunch of exciting, dramatic, and amazing shows (and movies) that are bound to have you captivated from start to finish. And this week his two recommendations couldn't be more different.
14
JAN
11am

What does a Tamagotchi and a VHS have in common?

Watching shows like 'Stranger Things' we're reminded of things that we used to love that are not a part of our world anymore, like a cassette. Just because technology, games, television, and everything else has moved forward, doesn't mean we can't reminisce about the good old days and the little things we miss. This #TBT, Vic Naidoo asked KZN what makes them nostalgic and what do they miss the most.
13
JAN
9am

What is the science behind the "new year, new me" mindset?

Every new year people try to create new habits or change behaviours by doing a 180, making resolutions, or by just throwing their whole old self out the window. With this in mind, Vic Naidoo is going on his "new year, new me" journey and he won't be alone. As it turns out, after returning to work this year, he realised some big changes in one of his team members! Take a listen to hear what Vic and his team will be doing differently in 2021.
13
JAN
8am

Vic Naidoo finally talks about the one thing he has always avoided...

Vic has one very specific topic of conversation that he always tries to dodge. He still doesn't understand it and because it seems like such a challenge, he has never tried to learn more, but instead just doesn't partake in any convos surrounding it. But that will come to an end as Gareth Jenkinson, an expert on said subject, finally helps him conquer his fear.
13
JAN
8am

Vic Naidoo reveals one of his best kept secrets...

Everyone has secrets, whether they're big or small. Some we share with friends or family but others remain only with us, forever. Certain burdens are heavier to carry and it can be a weight lifted off your shoulders when you finally open up and reveal the truth. That's why Vic is revealing one of his longest kept secrets, that even his family doesn't know about! He finally reveals all and asks KZN to do the same.
12
JAN
7am

A financial advisor gives the best January survival tips!

January has all the qualities of being a really good month. Unfortunately, it always ends up being one of the toughest and is literally the worst. That's why Vic Naidoo asked Tavis Cairns, who is a financial advisor, for a few helpful tips and tricks to help you get through the longest month of the year.
11
JAN
9am

Vic Naidoo admits to having too much of this one thing

Is it really true that too much of a good thing can be bad? You can amass a collection of whatever your heart truly desires, whether it's weird or wacky but sometimes you might just end up with a large amount of stuff by accident, without realising how many of them you actually have. Today, #HeyVic is back and the first question of the year is: What is something you own a ridiculous amount of? Take a listen to find out what random assortments Vic has been accumulating over the years.

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