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 Sunday the Pop Fugitives will be joined in the studio by country music artist, Lisa Wright. Dubbed one to watch by the Nashville Songwriter's International Assocation is high praise indeed, especially for someone hailing from nowhere near Nashville - she happens to be an Essex girl!
Paul has been playing Sushi Striker - it's a puzzle game for the Nintendo 3DS and Switch. It involves battling opponents to match plates of sushi in order to collect them. Sounds bizarre. It probably is.
They will also be playing a whole load of new music, choosing their album of the week, taking a look at what's in the box set and finding an unexpectedly creepy song of the week. Finally, there will be biscuits. It wouldn't be a show without biscuits!
This Sunday the Pop Fugitives will be joined in the studio by Doug White, who will be explaining what the Gay Games are, who can get involved and how preparations are going for Hong Kong 2022.
Then Nick Child and Damian Hickman will tell all about the inaugural Law Rocks event this Sunday at Grappa's Cellar. Apparently lawyers all want to be rock stars deep down and this event gives them the chance to play on stage, while raising money for the T.E.E.N. Program of the Women's Foundation. Most intriguingly, there's a list of songs they apparently aren't allowed to play...
Paul has somehow apparently also found time to go on holiday and to play Middle Earth: Shadow of War. It's an action role playing game set somewhere between the Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings. So it probably takes forever to play.
They will of course also be choosing an album of the week, finding out what's in the box set and eating biscuits.