Carolyn Wright and Paul Haswell (AKA the Pop Fugitives) are plotting to make their Escape every Sunday morning between 9.30 and 1.
Carrying on from where they left off on Saturday nights on RTHK Radio 3, join them to hear excellent music, including tracks from their album of the week, as well as interviews and live music in the studio about upcoming events they think you ought to hear about, plus a selection of their favourite tracks from a different year each week.
Added to that they’ll be reviewing new movies, alongside much irreverent chit chat and interviews about food, drink and fun in HK, there’ll even be a bit of sport!
This week the Pop Fugitives will be joined in the studio by one of their favourite local bands - The Folk Ups. They'll be playing some of their latest songs, telling us about adventures they have planned ahead and possibly offering a cheap text book or two!
Paul has once again been honing his driving his skills in anticipation of one day using them in a real car. This time it's rally driving in the form of Dirt 4.
Album of the week is a bit of a cheat as it is OKNOTOK - the 20th anniversary version Radiohead's OK Computer. They've dusted off some tapes they found in the back of a cupboard and stuck those on a fancy new edition along with the original tracks and all the b-sides.
They will of course also have a heap of new music and be eating biscuits too.
This Sunday the Pop Fugitives be talking about the upcoming performances of Arthur Miller's play about the Salem trials, The Crucible. To help with that, they'll be joined in the studio by director Nicole Garbellini and a few of the members of the cast, including Tom McLean, Susan Morgan, Mimi Burns and Susan Lavender. You can see the Aurora theatre production at the Sheung Wan Civic Centre from Feb 16th to 19th.
They're also very excited about the new Lego Batman movie, combining a couple of childhood favourites, hopefully it won't disappoint, and will keep its tongue firmly in its cheek! Plus, Paul has been transported back to Japan in the early 1600s to fight a variety of supernatural monsters, playing Nioh.
Finally we will of course be picking our album of the week, playing some themed tunes and eating some Valentine's treats. And no, that wont be ridiculously overpackaged and overpriced strawberries...