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    Goodbye, Mr. King

    Goodbye, Mr. King

    On Saturday 6th July, Radio 3 lost a great friend, and Hong Kong lost a legendary broadcaster. 

    It is with deep sorrow that we announce, after a period of illness, the passing of Peter King, a cherished voice in the world of radio broadcasting. Known for his smooth delivery and warm presence behind the microphone, Peter's career spanned over four decades, leaving an indelible mark on listeners everywhere. Peter’s radio career took him all over the world, but Hong Kong was his home. He has been a regular voice on Radio 3 since the early 1980s, most recently hosting our week-daily trip down memory lane, ‘Pete’s Magical Mystery Tour’. His modesty would never let him shout from the rafters about the people whose lives he touched each day, but he had many fans and listeners from several countries, who would write to him regularly to request a song or to just say “hi". Peter will always be remembered for his talent, and the warmth he brought to those around him, both on and off the air.

    We’ll all miss you, Pete.

    Operation Santa Claus 2024 is now inviting funding applications. The annual charity fundraising drive, jointly organised by Radio Television Hong Kong and the South China Morning Post, is looking forward, once again, to supporting a number of worthy causes. So far, Operation Santa Claus has raised more than HK$383 million, for over 353 wonderful, life changing charity projects.

    If you are a Hong Kong registered NGO, and you think Operation Santa Claus might be able to help you realise a great project to make somebody's dream a reality, then visit our website here for all the details.

    The application deadline is Monday July the 17th at midday.

    A natural companion to Money Talk, The Close will wrap the day’s market action, delving into what you need to know about the economy and investment planning. Join the team and their expert guests to get the very latest on the day's top business stories, as well as looking at how your lifestyle can affect your wallet... and more.

    Today, Jeff Cheung and Car Ha will be talking markets with Richard Harris, CEO at Port Shelter Investment Management and Neil Newman, Head of Strategy at Astris Advisory. Plus Adrian Battisby, Partner and Senior Director of Interior Design at LW Design Group discusses the business of wellness and how fast the sector is growing, and Les Bailey, Managing Director of Ruby Tuesday, discusses the outlook for the F&B industry in Hong Kong, explaining the importance of understanding consumer preferences.

    Monday to Friday - 5.05pm-6pm - on Radio 3

    In this eight-part Radio 3 series, Hong Kong-based writer Sally Ho dives into the world of impact. From bankers turned sustainability champions, to consultants turned ESG advocates, Sally travels across the city to meet with some of these voices to learn more about their unconventional, and truly cathartic... Purpose Pivot.

    This week, Sally meets with Ryan Black. He's the co-founder of Buddy Bites, a brand of dog food that arrives at your door every month…and also gives its own kibble to shelters and NGOs across the city. Black chats about his background in real estate, and how he went from the world of spreadsheets to the world of, well, dog food.

    Saturday mornings at 8.30 - only on Radio 3

    Janice Wong is on holiday for two weeks, so your CultureZine host will be Radio 1's Halim. In this episode she finds out about the beauty of... concrete, via the genius of Chinese-American architect I.M.Pei. Also, did you know that for the past few years, M+ has been collecting a lot of the actual neon signs (some, truly iconic) that used to adorn buildings in Hong Kong's streets? Us neither. Halim went to see this awesome collection, and met its curator. This week's CultureZine has a musical flavour too, with professional pianist Carol Yu, who gives some advice for young performers. And, we get a chance to meet the brilliant 24 year old Finnish conductor, Tarmo Peltokoski, who will take over the musical reigns of the Hong Kong Phil in September, as its new Music Director.

    If you know of something special — a place, a person, or an experience in the arts and culture space... then let us know. Send an email to culturezine@rthk.hk

    Saturday mornings at 9:05... on Radio 3

    James Ross  brings you two hours of the GHOM from the last five decades, and from around the world. In the mix this week we’ve got the latest from Amber Mark, Mark Ambor, Coldplay, and Chappell Roan, plus #1s from Billie Piper, 10cc, and the current chart-topper from the Hot Country Songs chart. We’ve got classics from Chrissie Hynde (photo) & The Pretenders, Shania Twain, The Fratellis, and Marc Almond, plus oldies from Cliff Richard, The Beatles, Manfred Mann, and Martha Reeves & The Vandellas… and much more.


    Saturday night 6.10 to 8... on Radio 3

    Every week, all around Hong Kong, there are many fascinating talks and lectures happening, on a variety of topics. You can easily find them online by looking at the websites of our universities, societies, and libraries. Every Sunday morning at 7.30, Carol Mang will be introducing abridged versions of what we think are a great selection of these events for you to listen to and indulge your... Mind Matters.

    In this week's episode, we will be talking about ESG and supply chain management. ESG advancements were made primarily in the EU and the US, but there were concerns that other nations, particularly emerging markets, could be left at a disadvantage. Professor Christopher Tang from University of California, Los Angeles and his coauthors have discovered that some businesses may have shifted their emissions to their suppliers under the pressure of reporting. Professor Tang was invited by the Asia Global Institute to give a talk entitled Managing Supply Chains in the ESG Era, and we'll hear some of it today.

    Sundays from 7.30am to 8am... on Radio 3
     

    Our 78s and album tracking this week takes us off in all kinds of musical directions. A classic ditty about chewing gum that we all thought we knew so well, is a little different in it's original form. Same for an early version of a hit strongly associated with Glenn Miller. Plus, listen to a top, moody and stylish sax feature from the Ken Mackintosh camp, and a massive early 30s hit about "the pride of our ally"!  Plus, Colin has a hit single 'B'-side from the 50s. 


    Sundays from 8.30am to 9am... only on Radio 3

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    Phil Whelan

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    • AM 567
    • FM 97.9 跑馬地 Happy Valley, 渣甸山 Jardine's Lookout, 陽明山莊 Parkview Corner
    • AM 1584 / FM 106.8 港島南區 Hong Kong South
    • FM 107.8 將軍澳 Tseung Kwan O, 天水圍 Tin Shui Wai

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