Phil Whelan: A chat and music show hosted by Phil Whelan,
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
It’s Tuesday on Morning Brew and we have a luxury list of guests for you today. After 10 we meet singing star Alison Lau. She’s a multi award winning Hong Kong based soprano, who will be sharing the stage here this weekend in a one-off show with the legendary tenor José Carreras. After 10.30 Aus Boy Jarrod Watt returns with all the latest from down under plus, of course, some great Aussie music. Dr. Merrin Pearse brings us his weekly eco bit from New Zealand today at 11.10. After 11.30, live from Tokyo, we’ll meet the hottest name in comedy right now, Scotsman Daniel Sloss. His career to date can be described as nothing short of phenomenal. He’s taken Netflix, and indeed...America by storm, and he’s all set to bring his show “Daniel Sloss: X” to Hong Kong this Friday. It’s back to Melbourne after 12 for this week’s biz futurism chat with Morris Miselowski. Today we’ll have a look under the hood at the banned app HKmaps.live. In a climate where “putting profit before human lives” is a common accusation leveled at corporates, the BBC says that “few are convinced” by Apple’s decision to pull this app. We’ll look at the generic technology behind apps of this ilk. (9:30am-1pm, email email@example.com )
Welcome to Tuesday on Morning Brew. As James said yesterday, he and Phil will be swapping around a lot for the next three weeks. Phil’s here today, and at 9.40 we’ll catch up with our friend Janice Jensen from Nevis Animal Speak, for more doggy tales and advice. At 10.10 we meet British journalist and author Jonathan Chatwin, who’s in town to talk about his new book “Long Peace Street”. The street itself is in Beijing and it is runs between the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square. It’s both symbolic and historic to Jonathan, as he sees it as the perfect example of “then and now” in China. After 10.30 Jarrod Watt will be with us for all the latest from Down Under, plus some great Aussie music. Dr. Merrin Pearse brings you his weekly eco-bit at 11.10. At 12.10 it’s back to Melbourne for this week’s chat with Business Futurist Morris Miselowski.(9:00am-1pm, email firstname.lastname@example.org )