Brunch with Noreen is packed full of radio goodness. We've got human interest stories, social issues, wellness, the latest on what’s happening around Hong Kong, and plenty of your favourite music.
On Friday's Brunch with Noreen, we're chatting to fitness coach Nathan Solia about why stretching is so important. After 11, on today's 'Radio for Good' we're chatting with Jen Chan, from Aids Concern HK, about their outreach work they do for our community. Finally, at 11.40, we'll hear about SLCO Community Resources, one of the 15 charities we are supporting for this year's Operation Santa Claus. SLCO Community Resources is running a charity project called ‘Effective Signed Intervention for SEN Children'. It is the second year of SLCO Community Resources running this project. Radio 3's Angie Man talked to the project manager Raymond Wong about how the project has progressed. Do get in touch with your song requests and comments on Facebook.
On Friday's Brunch with Noreen we've got Nathan Solia joining us just after 10. This week he'll be talking about the types of health and fitness retreats he'd like to go to when we can travel freely. After 11, on this weeks 'Radio for Good', we celebrate Deaf Awareness Month in September. We'll be hearing about "The Tempest", a musical where local deaf and blind students are performing. We'll be chatting with Chris Yiu, a Senior Programme Officer of the Centre for Sign Linguistics and Deaf Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and the Founding Director of SLCO Community Resources. Also with us is performer and deaf student Sarai Szeto, and her signing interpreter Jessica Zhao. Do get in touch with your song requests and comments on Facebook.