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 Friday, and the last Morning Brew before we decamp to our new time of 12pm next Monday. I can't stress enough how much it will be bizzo as usual, and the only real changes are the TX (that's groovy speak for transmission) time, and the name... a bit. Today we'll get into it at 10.10 with our weekly 'made in Hong Kong' music session. Top producer and engineer Paul Maclean will be sharing some of his favourite tracks from our uber-talented local musicians and bands. Mark Rawson will return as soon as he can... get back here. After 11, it's 'Sports and All' with Danny Hicks. As well as the usual comment and news, he'll talk about a rather worrying announcement yesterday about the Hong Kong Badminton Open. Then, after 12, it's Marshy Movie Time. Join our tame film critic James Marsh for the best, the rest, and the worst of the week in the cinemas, and online. Join Danny, and Marshy, on Facebook live as well. Every weekday 9.30am - 1pm, and 10am - 2pm on PHs - Find us on Facebook, or email email@example.com
Good morning. Welcome to Monday on Morning Brew. We’ll get things going at 10.10, as usual, with Robbie McRobbie’s prime time rugby report. At 10.40, New York correspondent Tracy Quan will be back with this week’s news and views, including that of the shocking stabbing last week of author Salman Rushdie, and how he first became... a New Yorker. Last week in America, stories emerged about the most recent former US president almost proving 'Godwin's Law'. How was that? Well, this would be the perfect time to welcome back to MB its creator, the author and attorney, Mike Godwin. He joins us from San Francisco at 11.40. After four days, last week, of hearing about an extremely odd, black comedy kidnapping in northern China in 1932, several quite obvious questions still remain. Author and narrator of 'Carry On Kidnapping', Paul French, will be with us at 12.40, live from the English seaside, for a little post mortem.