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"The 1 2 3 Show", on Radio 3.
On Friday's 123 Show, we start the show with a chat to environmental consultant Paul Hodgson about how Hong Kong students are contributing to the world of environmental science. Then it's on to learning at any age with Mo Kwok, founder of Lifelong Labs, to discuss why creativity has value whether you're One, or 100. (1:15pm-3pm, email@example.com)
On today's 123 Show, we hear about the protection of African wildlife, and in particular, lions. We're joined by Colin Dawson, chairman of the Elephant Foundation; Daniel Ole Sambu, a Maasai Warrior and head of the predator protection programme at the Big Life Foundation; and Richard Turere, a young Maasai innovator, who, at the tender age of 12, invented "lion lights" to protect his family’s livestock from lion attack. That's at 1.30. After 2, in this week's Chewsday report we hear about what makes the cuisine of Italy’s Piedmont region different from other parts of the country. Andrea Burzio, a new chef in town at a long-standing Italian restaurant in Kowloon, talks to our food and drink reporter Andrew Dembina. (1:15pm-3pm, firstname.lastname@example.org)