Weekday programme Morning Brew is a chat and music show. Hosted by Phil Whelan, guests include regular contributors and drop-ins, who span topics from earnest current affairs to cookery to the arts.
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Monday to Friday 9.30am - 1pm
Welcome to the all important Friday on Morning Brew. It’s the day of the week when we treat you to all the best in sports and film. Our team of crack experts is in the wings warming up as I speak. Danny Hicks is first up at 11.10 with this week’s edition of Sports and All. And, after 12 we’re off to the movies with MB critic James Marsh, reviewing The French Dispatch, The Power of the Dog, and The Electrical Life of Louis Wain. Marshy and Danny will be on Facebook live as usual, and they’d both love you to join them there with your comments and questions.
Welcome to a new week on Morning Brew, and a big thanks to Jammin' Judd Boaz for looking after last week. A very literary start to the day as we find out out a war diary written by the former Director (1946-56) of the then Royal Observatory, Graham Heywood. His daughter Veronica's is in Hong Kong to give some talks on the recently published "It Won't Be Long Now - The Diary of a Hong Kong Prisoner of War", and she joins us at 10.10. After 10.30, we find out just how Scottish Robbie McRobbie really is, and also do our weekly Asian rugby roundup. At 11.10, broadcaster and author Rachel Cartland makes her yearly visit to talk about the St. John's Cathedral Michaelmas Fair. At 12.10 The Hong King Visa Geeza, Steve Barnes will answer all of your questions, however simple, about any immigration and visa issues you may have. (9:30am - 1:00pm, , email firstname.lastname@example.org)