As we say “goodbye” to our friend, and radio legend, Uncle Ray, we also celebrate the joy and comfort he brought to listeners everywhere. Upon his retirement in 2021, Phil Whelan made a short film about Uncle Ray’s boyhood musical heroes. Please enjoy… The Early Days With Ray
We have had many requests from you to make Uncle Ray's final 'All the Way With Ray' shows available for you to listen to again. So, here you are, from the week of Monday May 10th 2021, upto and including that final Friday show, after which Uncle Ray retired at the age of 96.
Click here to enjoy... the end of an era
Recordings produced by Simon Willson
On Monday's Money Talk, Peter Lewis will be joined by Alex Wong, Director of Alex KY Wong Asset Management and Mark Michelson, Chairman of the Asia CEO Forum at IMA Asia. With a view from mainland China is Andy Xie, Shanghai-based independent economist.
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On Monday's Backchat we're talking about the full border reopening between mainland China and Hong Kong. Most restrictions will be dropped – no more quotas and pre-departure Covid test for travellers; and no booking is required to cross the border. But, those who have been overseas in the previous seven days will still need a PCR test done 48 hours before departure from Hong Kong or Macau to the mainland. All border crossing points, including Lo Wu, Heung Yuen Wai-Liantang and Lok Ma Chau, will reopen.
After 9am, we’ll look at the new “Hello Hong Kong” promotional campaign that’s aimed at attracting visitors to the city, with more than 500,000 free plane tickets to be handed out and a million vouchers for tourists.
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It’s Brunch with Saadia today and tomorrow. Noreen will be back on Wednesday. After the news at 10, Marcy Trent-Long is here with Trashtalk. This week she speaks with Carly Leung, one of the youth delegates present in the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27), and Kwok Hiu-chung about the program of sending Hong Kong youth to the COP. After 11 local entrepreneur Terry Wong takes a break from leading a team of professionals in a venture studio in Hong Kong, to share his fermenting and baking food memories, on Soundbite.
It's Monday on Brew, so we'll kick off the week with Robbie McRobbie's must-hear rugby report at 12.10. New York correspondent Tracy Quan will be with you, live from The Apple, at 12.40. She'll tell you what's grabbed her in the news this week, plus give you a rather surprising book to read. We'll give our man in 'nam a day off this week. While Neil Runcieman tends to some home improvements, we'll welcome back the wonderful, Hong Kong based concert pianist, Robin Zebaida. He wants to invite you experience some 'Listomania', next Monday evening at City Hall.
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