The 123 Show: On today’s show Dr Sonal Hattangdi-Haridas explains what homeopathy is and how natural remedies can help a variety of ailments from allergies to emotional and behavioural problems. Hear more after 2pm. Plus, the world’s most expensive footballer was in Hong Kong recently – Vien Tsang went along to capture the excitement around Paul Pogba’s visit. (1:15pm-3pm, or email email@example.com)
Welcome to Morning Brew. In two days time the Hong Kong SAR will turn 20, and as Boz Vines will undoubtedly concur at 10.10 "It was the best of times, it was the (barking mad ) worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief". Join us on Facebook Live this morning with your comments and opinions on...A Tale of Two Systems. After 11.30 our MB vet, Dr. David Gething joins us on the line from...Iceland, where he's doing more insane iron man nonsense...or maybe having a holiday. At 12.10 it's live music and chat with top local band Wanchai Road, who of course are performing in this weeks H2 Live Music Festival. (9:30am-1pm, email firstname.lastname@example.org )
On Friday’s Backchat: What do you think of Hong Kong’s first 20 years under one country, two systems? Have things worked out better or worse than you expected? What were the high points? As well as the worst moments? And what lessons can we draw for Hong Kong’s future from the experience of the past 20 years? (8:30-9:30am, call in on 233 88 266, or email email@example.com )
President Xi Jinping has arrived in the SAR to mark the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to Chinese sovereignty. On Friday’s Money Talk we shall look back over 20 years of economic development since the handover and discuss how Hong Kong’s stock market and corporate landscape has changed over that period. Joining the programme are Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities and Alan Luk from Hang Seng Private Banking. Toby Lawson, CEO of Societe Generale Securities in Sydney, will give us a view from Australia of how they see Hong Kong’s position in the world 20 years on. (8am-8.30am, email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
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This Saturday, Peter Lewis brings another episode of Money Talk Xtra, Radio 3's weekly look at personal finance. This week we examine how to make savings on utility bills. Jimmy Lam meets with a Money Talk Xtra listener who has just come out of prison and talks to a group that helps rehabilitated offenders. And Peter continues the discussion with some of Hong Kong’s leading entrepreneurs and met with Raphael Cohen, the founder of HotelQuickly and new HK bike sharing service gobee.bike.
If you have any personal finance questions or would like one of our experts to take a look at your financial situation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. (Saturdays, 8.30am-9.00am)
This Sunday morning at 8.30, in the third part of Radio 3's special handover anniversary series "20 Years On", Anna Fenton looks at the drama surrounding sedition, secession, subversion and state secrets...four of the "Seven Sins" outlined in Article 23 of the Basic Law, Hong Kong's proposed National Security legislation. Retired civil servant and author of Paper Tigress, Rachel Cartland, explains how months of lockdown due to the mystery illness SARS left Hong Kong's population in no mood for new anti-treason laws in the summer of 2003. Then, Article 23 expert Audrey Eu gives us a vivid description of the surprisingly festive atmosphere of the first July 1 march. And finally this week, what will Article 23 mean for the man in the street? China commentator and author Mark O'Neill explains what frightens people about it, and why Beijing is frustrated by Hong Kong's lack of progress in enacting it.
Produced by Phil Whelan
On Monday May 1st, a Backchat Special - "For Better or Worse? 20 Years of the SAR". How has Hong Kong fared since 1997? Is there a new identity for our city? Do young and old see things differently? Is the colonial mentality still real?
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