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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Welcome to Tuesday on Morning Brew. We'll start off today by welcoming journalist and contributor for Inside Asian Gaming and Forbes Asia, Muhammad Cohen, who's going to tell you about the man who changed the face of Macau, Singapore, Las Vegas, and the casino business globally. Sheldon Adelson passed away a few days ago after an incredible life journey, which Muhummad will talk about today. At 10.40 Jarrod Watt will be back with this week's Aussie news and music. Dr. Merrin Pearse will be on location “somewhere” at 11.10 with his Tuesday eco-bit. After 11.30 we’ll welcome the Executive Director of the Hong Kong Arts Festival, Tisa Ho, to find out what the current plans are for bringing you this year’s events. And, after 12 Morris Miselowski will join us live from Melbourne, with more biz futurism.
Good morning and welcome to Tuesday. On Morning Brew today we begin by meeting another extreme traveller (we have quite a collection on the mantelpiece). At 10.10 we say hi to Torbjørn Pedersen. He’s one of the three hundred most traveled people in the world, and nine countries away from reaching every country on the planet in one journey, without flying. His last stretch has obviously been hampered somewhat, and right now he’s here in Hong Kong. After 10.30 Jarrod Watt is back with this week’s Aussie news. Dr. Merrin Pearse has returned from New Zealand, and will bring you his eco bit from somewhere in Hong Kong at 11.10. At 12.10 more biz futurism with Morris Miselowski. Today we kick off with a new Intel chip that can smell. We’ll bring you on-location video feeds via Facebook live throughout the morning.