X

Hot Search

TV
31
RADIO
R1
RADIO
R2
RADIO
R3
RADIO
R4
RADIO
R5
RADIO

PUTONG

HUA

沒有相關節目重溫
No programme archive found

TV

LATEST
TOP HIT
LATEST
A-Z
02/12/2021
The Works
The Works
Today and in the coming two weeks, we will feature three very different local singer-songwriters on the show to find out what inspires them to write their own music of. Later in this week’s show, I’ll be talking to Honehg Kong raised Cehryl who recently returned here after spending time in the United States and the United Kingdom, about readjusting her life and telling her personal stories through songs. There are six main kinds of impairments that can affect people: auditory, visual, speech, cognitive, neurological, and physical. However, society often doesn’t do enough in terms of accessibility and designing for people with such impairments. To empower students and to address such needs, in July, the Hong Kong Design Institute’s Advanced Design Studio held an exhibition showcasing design solutions for the visually impaired. Artist Tino Sehgal creates what he describes as “constructed situations” that challenge the definition of art and the idea of art as a commodity. Designed to leave no footprint, his work emphasises people, not things. He focuses on interactions, exchanges, and conversations by recruiting local “interpreters” of all ages to engage with the audience. You can experience two of Sehgal’s best-known pieces at Tai Kwun until the end of this week in the “trust & confusion” exhibition. 150 Hong Kong “interpreters” between 16 and 73 have been recruited for "These Associations" in the prison yard, 30 of whom will take part in each performance. The other work, “This Variation” takes place in a dark room where professional dancers improvise and interact with people who come in. As Sehgal wants no physical trail of his works, neither photographing or filming them is allowed, but he did speak to us via the internet. Hong Kong born and raised singer songwriter Cehryl attended Berklee College of Music and later moved to Los Angeles. Plans to tour with her music were put on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and so she’s back in Hong Kong, at least for a while. Her musical interests range from R&B, punk to indie pop-folk. She’s also passionate about photography and films. She’s here to tell us more about her new EP, “time machine”.
24/11/2021
The Works
The Works
Government figures tell us that Hong Kong generates about 160 to 180 tonnes of yard waste, also known as green or garden waste, daily. Around 100 tonnes of that are generated and collected by government departments in the course of public works and daily vegetation maintenance. And the amount has increased over the past five years. The problem was particularly highlighted in 2018 when typhoon Mangkhut hit Hong Kong. 44,600 tonnes of yard waste were sent to the landfill that year, and almost half of which was in the aftermath of Mangkhut. But there are creative ways to reuse at least some of that waste. A visit to a Hong Kong tailor shop used to be a one of the main attractions for foreign visitors coming to Hong Kong. At a fraction of the cost of Italian or British tailor-made suits, any gentleman or aspiring gentleman, could get a bespoke suit made here within a day or so. But with the retirement of many of the old masters who’d come to Hong Kong from Shanghai, a lack of interest in the trade from younger generations, changes in lifestyle and fashion trends, and the advent of fast fashion, this kind of craftsmanship is disappearing. At The Mills in Tsuen Wan, “Foreign Fabric Local Looks: A Hong Kong Suit Story” shows how a well-fitting suit can convey the spirit of Hong Kong. December last year was the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven. Hundreds of celebrations were planned across the globe, especially in his birthplace of Bonn, Germany. Sadly, Covid-19 either cancelled, suspended, or delayed many of those events. One of those delayed programmes was a joint presentation by the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and RTHK’s Radio 4 of “Beethoven 32 in Hong Kong”. Now it’s going ahead. The organisers and pianist Colleen Lee came to our studio to tell us more.
17/11/2021
Building Guardians
Building Guardians
Streets full of signboards is “a beautiful sight to behold” in Hong Kong. However, many of the signboards are unauthorized or non-compliant works which can easily cause accidents. LING Hok-lai (played by Colin CHAN), Building Surveyor of the Buildings Department, works with his partner FONG Pik-yee, Jackie (played by Sofiee NG) at the Signboard Control Unit. One day, the two receive a complaint from Jen that a large signboard is suddenly erected outside her home within one night. After investigation, the two find that the signboard belongs to an outdoor advertising company. The said company combines two small signboards into one large signboard without authorization and blocks Jen's window. On the other hand, the two partners discover a signboard of a martial arts school posing potential structural risk during patrol. They explain to the master of the martial arts school that the signboard is relatively small in scale and poses lower potential risks, so it can be kept if the school joins the Signboard Validation Scheme and ensures that the signboard meets all the specifications. As for the signboard outside Jen's home, removal order has been issued and everything looks smooth. However, the advertising company keeps on playing nasty tricks — lodging appeals repeatedly and changing responsible person of the company, such that the deadline of removal is postponed again and again. Worse still, the company changes the advertisement posted on the signboard before the deadline of the removal order, causing the removal order issued earlier may lose its efficacy and seriously ruins the two partners’ plan. Luckily, the two find important evidence proving that the signboard concerned belongs to the said advertising company. The two immediately applies to the court for Priority Demolition Order, and sends contractor to remove the large signboard concerned in order to ensure public safety and let Jen's family see the sky again. Director: YEUNG Wai-nga Cast: CHAN Tsz-fung, NG Hoi-yan, Marx CHEUNG, KO Hon-man, LAU Nam-kwong
10/11/2021
The Works
The Works
The idea of developing a West Kowloon Cultural District was proposed in former Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa’s Policy Address in 1998. In the ensuing more than two decades, the ambition to turn the 40 hectares of land into a cultural hub for Asia has been modified by comings and goings of personnel, design changes, and controversies. The price tag has ballooned from the original estimation of HK$21.6 billion to over HK$29 billion. After years of delay in completing some infrastructures and cultural facilities, the district now features the Xiqu Centre, Freespace, the Arts Pavilion and the Art Park. And the new kid on the block, opening this week, is the modern art museum M+. On show at 1a Space “Another Day in Paradise” by Jimmy Lee is a satellite exhibition of the Hong Kong International Photo Festival 2021. It is a photographic journey across different counties in England from 2017 to 2019, focusing on British lives and landscapes in the run up to Britain’s departure from the European Union. Lee says his photos are an observation of Britain’s social landscape and contemporary era by an outsider, but also someone who is, due to Hong Kong’s long historical relationship with Britain, more than just an outsider. As its name suggests, the New Vision Arts Festival concentrates on programmes that are non-traditional, experimental, and innovative. Despite the Covid-19 inspired travel restrictions that have impacted many local art events, this year’s edition of the festival, the tenth, has a strong line-up. The organisers have coped with the pandemic by, in part, commissioning works from overseas artists that can be streamed online. Other creators are exploring augmented reality and interactive online games. Two performers who will be appearing in person are percussionists Matthew Lau and Karen Yu.
10/11/2021
Building Guardians
Building Guardians
On the roofs of the old buildings in the Sham Shui Po area, there are a lot of illegal rooftop structures in different sizes, and it has been a view of the city. WAI Kar-fu (nicknamed Uncle), a Surveyor of the Buildings Department, works with LUI Fei-tong, a newly recruited Surveyor Officer, on the unauthorized building works in the area. During an inspection, they find that there are eight illegal rooftop structures on the roof top of Chung On Building. As the building is a “three-nil building” (a building without an owners’ corporation, a form of residents’ organization and engaging a property management company), it is hard to find a counterpart or a property owner to talk to, which makes enforcement difficult. After a lot of hard work, they finally help Brother Wing, one of the illegal rooftop structure tenants, move out. Who would have thought that after a few days, they discover that there are new tenants in that structure? They are very discouraged as their effort is wasted and they don’t know when the demolition could be obtained. At that time, Uncle gives Fei-tong an advice – when encountering difficulties, he should maintain his professionalism and perseverance, he should not look only at the illegal rooftop structures of the platform, but at the restored rooftop after the demolition. Fei-tong finally understands that the issue of unauthorized building works is a marathon of confidence and perseverance. Director: AU Ta-hoi Cast: CHAN Kwok-pong, Kaki SHAM, YEUNG Ying-wai
15/09/2021
The Works
The Works
Rosh Hashanah, in Hebrew means “head of the year”. It is the beginning of the year according to the traditional Jewish calendar and a time of inner renewal and divine atonement. This year’s celebration started last Monday on September 6th and ended on the evening of Wednesday, 8th. Rosh Hashanah is the first day of the High Holidays or “Days of Awe”, which ends with a 25-hour fast called Yom Kippur or "Day of Atonement" that begins on the evening of 15th September. It is the holiest Jewish holiday of the year, filled with traditions and meaning. Carol Man, a Hong Kong Chinese artist who has adopted the Jewish faith, has long been intertwining her cultural identities in her artistic journey. At Tang Contemporary Art gallery, co-curators Giuliana Benassi and Michela Sena, have selected over 15 works by six young Italian artists that address the current period of instability and uncertainty in our world. The exhibition is called “Ineffable Worlds”. The artists taking part are Marta Mancini, Andrea Martinucci, Alessandro Giannì, Luca Grimaldi, Marco Eusepi, and Giulia Dall’Olio. Among the themes and subjects they examine are technology and the digital world, pop culture, nature and temporality, abstraction and figuration, space, and a “mythology of the future”. The life expectancy of Hong Kong’s population, like that of many places elsewhere in the world, is longer than it used to be. Many societies are having to make new adjustments for ageing populations. The good news though is that in general, older people are staying healthier and active for longer. Old age is being redefined, and more of us are realising that getting older shouldn not necessarily mean giving up your sense of fun or your passions. The men who make up the local band, “Men of Winds” are all 50 or older. And their passion for music is undiminished.
10/11/2021
Building Guardians
Building Guardians
On the roofs of the old buildings in the Sham Shui Po area, there are a lot of illegal rooftop structures in different sizes, and it has been a view of the city. WAI Kar-fu (nicknamed Uncle), a Surveyor of the Buildings Department, works with LUI Fei-tong, a newly recruited Surveyor Officer, on the unauthorized building works in the area. During an inspection, they find that there are eight illegal rooftop structures on the roof top of Chung On Building. As the building is a “three-nil building” (a building without an owners’ corporation, a form of residents’ organization and engaging a property management company), it is hard to find a counterpart or a property owner to talk to, which makes enforcement difficult. After a lot of hard work, they finally help Brother Wing, one of the illegal rooftop structure tenants, move out. Who would have thought that after a few days, they discover that there are new tenants in that structure? They are very discouraged as their effort is wasted and they don’t know when the demolition could be obtained. At that time, Uncle gives Fei-tong an advice – when encountering difficulties, he should maintain his professionalism and perseverance, he should not look only at the illegal rooftop structures of the platform, but at the restored rooftop after the demolition. Fei-tong finally understands that the issue of unauthorized building works is a marathon of confidence and perseverance. Director: AU Ta-hoi Cast: CHAN Kwok-pong, Kaki SHAM, YEUNG Ying-wai
07/09/2021
Love in the Sunshine English Version
Love in the Sunshine English Version
On an ordinary day after the outbreak of the coronavirus, Hin was using the hand sanitizer provided by the residence, he suddenly thought of the residents in the tenement houses, who cannot enjoy free hand sanitizers. Therefore, he initiated the Hand Sanitizer Sharing Scheme For Tenement Buildings In 18 Districts. He was funded by some charity foundations; and he gathered a group of volunteers. Every weekend, the team visited tenement buildings all over Hong Kong and installed hand sanitizer bottles for free. Hin is passionate about voluntary work; he was a volunteer at the Missionary for Charity established by Mother Teresa and the vice-chairperson in a large-scale charity organization. In 2015, he founded the Build & Wish Voluntary Team, a non-religious, non-profit, and non-governmental voluntary organization. Through a variety of projects in these years, they have connected multiple welfare organizations and gathered a group of volunteers. The team has installed hand sanitizer bottles in more than 1,600 tenement houses. They have also connected a group of helpers in the neighbourhood to help refilling hand sanitizers. After establishing the voluntary team, Hin met Joe, the founder of Footprint Voluntary Services Association. They have a similar vision and therefore become partners for many charity programs. For instance, debugging and home cleaning for underprivileged residents, furniture recycling and delivery service for the poor, free delivery service, and home refurbishing service, and more. These charity programs were resumed when the situation of coronavirus was slightly calmed. Hin works as a structural engineer; while Joe works in an engineering company. When they and the other volunteers served the community, they always emphasized that they were not celebrities, and were not trying to promote themselves through social services. Therefore, they have never used their actual name when it comes to voluntary works - a group of genuine "anonymous angels" they are.
16/03/2021
Shall We Talk
Shall We Talk
Episode 8 “Latter Life Leisures” Host: Vivian KONG Dave hurt his wrist when he was 50 years old. He was waiting in the hospital for a follow-up consultation when the public address system made the announcement: “LAU Wing-ming who is 50 years old, please go to Room 9.” “Maybe someone has the same name as mine, so the age is revealed for identification. At that moment, it was like God announced to me: You’ve entered your fifties!” Raymond and Alissa also share similar experience of “growing old”. The three seniors and Vivian KONG all laugh heartily. Age gap does not obstruct them from communication and opening their hearts to one another. Dave is 75 years old, Raymond and Alissa are over 60 years old. All three of them are not young anymore, but Vivian is deeply impressed by their active and optimistic characters. The three elderly persons are part-time models, and they love doing exercise and learning new things. These are the secrets for maintaining good physical and mental health in old age. Sometimes, the tricks are just common sense like “mom is a woman”. However, it is always easier said than done. “We need to have targets in every stage of our life.” This is an effective prescription to prevent depression in the elderly and mood disorder. When we reach older age in life, we may be retired, and our children may become grown-ups. We no longer need to put ourselves under the spotlight of workplace and family, so it is time for us to explore a new world for ourselves. Dave, Raymond and Alissa are role models of seniors who are still energetic and charming. Our life is long, and our clothes are thin. Nothing in the world is more intimate to us than our own bodies. In fact, our body is a container which saves our emotions and memories. For the elderly, the most familiar signal from their bodies may be pain. The three seniors follow the teacher to explore their bodies and feel the pain points, because they understand that it is better to listen to their bodies and take good care of themselves instead of escaping from the problems. Although Vivian is younger than the seniors, she has deep feelings about her physical condition. As athletes are more sensitive to the changes in their bodies than the general public, will their have special feelings on “aging”? There may be a fear behind injuries that they dare not to touch. The teacher says, “It is time to learn how to slide down elegantly … ” The elderly learns about balance and fall prevention, while youngsters should also learn to overcome failure. Let us be optimistic, open-minded, curious and active to cosily walk through the final stage of the journey of our life.

Radio

LATEST
TOP HIT
LATEST
A-Z

Website

LATEST
TOP HIT

節目重溫

節目重溫提供過往12個月的節目。
由於電台廣播時間有時可能出現偏差,網上存放的節目重溫版本因此未必絕對完整。

PROGRAMME ARCHIVE

Programme Archive provides archive service for programmes in the past 12 months.
Due to occasional air time discrepancies, online programme archive might not be in complete perfection.