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 have been watching Hereditary, which in a traditional HK way, has made it to blu-ray before arriving in the cinema. It tells the dark tale of what happens to Annie Graham's family following her mother's death. She's an artist who creates incredibly detailed miniature houses, who has faced a huge amount of family trauma in the past and thinks she sees her mother's ghost as soon as she returns from the funeral.
Plus Paul has been playing the latest in a very long series of role playing games, Dragon Quest XI, and the saga of release dates seems almost as complicated as the game itself.
They'll also be paying tribute to Conway Savage, pianist in the Bad Seeds, a band they both love, plus cinematic legend Burt Reynolds, because he was awesome.
Of course there will also be a heap of new music, their album of the week, and biscuits!
This Sunday the Pop Fugitives will be playing catch up on the massive pile of new music that seems to just keep arriving this summer. They have a storage problem, a serious storage problem. Any hints and tips on this, that don't involve stopping buying vinyl, would be greatly appreciated.
Paul has been racing around America in cars, boats and planes playing The Crew 2. It may not be the fanciest driving game out there, but it does seem like it could be a heap of fun when your car transforms into a boat as you fly off the end of a ramp and hover perilously over a lake. PLus, who doesn't like a road trip across the U.S. where you can go off road if you fancy it.
We'll be paying tribute to musician and producer Richard Swift. He's put out his own music as well as being a member of the Shins, touring with the Black Keys and working with a load of bands the Pop Fugitives love. Sadly he was only 41. They'll also be delving into a box set, choosing their album of the week and eating biscuits.