On Friday's 123 Show we hear about DB Mothers and Friends, a Discovery Bay-based social enterprise that provides a collection service for unwanted items and redistributes them to various charities and people in need. Founder Nikki Bouteiller joins us at 1.30. After 2, this week's Agender Cafe focuses on maternal mental health. Hosts Karen Koh and Noreen Mir are joined by psychotherapist Allison Heiliczer; Dr Lucy Lord, an obstetrician and gynecologist; Sonia Samtani, a hypnotherapist who's had two pregnancy losses; and Teresa Lee, who experienced a stillbirth and is currently helping other mothers who've been through the same.
Welcome to Fryday on Morning Brew. After 10 we’re serving a juicy, sweet slice of Chef R.j. Asher, pie man to the stars. Chef Jason Black (Empire HK) has found a small area on his back that hasn’t been tattooed, so he’s off to tend to that. It’s wonderful to welcome RJ back to the studio. After 12 it’s movie time with critic James Marsh and his regular Friday autopsy. This week: Aladdin, Brightburn, and Long Shot. Join him (and RJ) on Facebook Live. (9:30am-1pm, email email@example.com )
David Bellis of Hong Kong history website https://gwulo.com/ tells Annemarie Evans on Hong Kong Heritage about his upcoming photo talk, why going to the National Archive in London is "just like Christmas", about Route Twisk, mystery Russians, and other miscellaneous items in our "Gwulo Gubbins" porogramme.
On Friday's Backchat, the US-China trade war. Panasonic , a Japanese Corporation has announced it will suspend component shipments to Huawei, following in the footsteps of Google and others. This is the latest escalation in a broadening conflict, which has spread beyond tarfiffs to embargos, threats of boycotts and more. Should recent actions by the U.S. in the South China Sea be seen as part of the same strategy? Or American attitudes to events in Hong Kong? Do you agree with comments that there is a real threat of a Cold War, - a battle for global economic, technological and military dominance? Will China fight back, and if so, how? Where will the rest of the world stand in such a conflict?
After 9.20, should Robin's Nest be recognized as country park?
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Money Talk Xtra, hosted by Peter Lewis, is on RTHK Radio 3 on Saturday morning from 8:30 to 9. On this week’s programme, we'll take a look at a growing trend among young professionals towards collaborative-living. Jimmy Lam will speak to a working mum of four to hear about her financial challenges. And finally, for you millennials, we’ll tell you why it’s important to start investing while you’re in your twenties.
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Radio 3 is organising RTHK's very first English poetry competition. The theme is "Birth". If you're a poet and you know it, then send us your poem of 400 words or less to firstname.lastname@example.org You could win great prizes and even have your winning piece read on air. The deadline is June 30, 2019.
Vintage Chart Toppers: This Sunday morning we get down to the root of all evil. You’re invited to a very special occasion celebrated by the BBC Dance Orchestra, we meet Eddie and Susie, and a special tribute to the late, great Doris Day.
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Radio 3 brings you a brand new Saturday evening musical flavour for the start of Spring. After the news at 6, meet Mengzy. She’s a musician, a club DJ, and is currently studying for a PhD in electronic music. Through interviews with renowned producers and performers, interspersed with some great mixing, she wants to invite you to join her on a wonderful musical journey in The Breakdown. Stay with us after 7 as Simon Willson takes you back ... way back, with two hours of the greats in Soul Sensations. And, after 9 Todd Harding will still be rocking, but this time right into to the “Me” Decade, in Strictly Seventies.
The Closing Ceremony of Operation Santa Claus 2018 was held at Crown Wine Cellars on January 15, 2019. Our great thanks to all our generous sponsors, donors and supporters. Join us now and take a look at the highlights of the ceremony.
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