THIS WEEK... To celebrate his latest double-sided album release; 'Legend', an Asian press conference was held with the legend himself - EGOT-winner. John Legend! We found out all about the collaborations he had on this album, what he’s been cooking at home and (musically) for the fans, and even his children's favourite songs to dance to. Join Alyson Hau every weekday from 5.05 - 6pm in the Common Room… only on Radio 3
On Wednesday's Money Talk, we’re joined by Mark Michelson, Chairman of the Asia CEO Forum at IMA Asia, Jack Siu, Chief Investment Officer Greater China at Credit Suisse and RTHK’s International Economics Correspondent, Barry Wood. Visit our Facebook page for regular updates, and more detail on the day's topics.
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It’s ‘Brunch with Saadia’ again. Noreen will be back tomorrow. After 10, as you settle down with your coffee, naturopath Philip Watkins offers insight into just how good that cup of coffee is for you. At 10.40 Cruz Macalligan's weekly audio column focusses on ‘cookbooks’ today. After the news at 11 we meet Assistant Professor Dr. Andre Elias from the Hong Kong Baptist University’s Academy of Music. He’s been immersed in the world of music from a young age, and plays the cello, guitar, tabla, and sitar. He’ll be bringing along his sitar to the studio and telling us about his research and his interest in South Asian Music.
Welcome to a windy Wednesday on The Brew. Join Chris Watts at 12.10, live from his Motion Dynamics studio, for more stretchy, bendy, therapeutic goodness. Today he'll fix your meniscus tears, while telling you how very few people need surgery for these, as rehab works so well. Chris will also be on Facebook live , so do ask him any questions. After 12.30, RTL France's Philippe Dova will be with us, live from Tokyo. Wednesday is 'classical' music day, and today at 1.30 we're going to the opera, with the wonderful tenor and producer Warren Mok. He's going to tell you all about the most famous 'fallen women' to ever grace the stage; Violetta, or La Traviata. His company, Opera Hong Kong, will be putting Verdi's masterpiece on next month, with a great international and local cast, and the one and only Hong Kong Philharmonic.
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