Tune in every Saturday morning to Annalie Chow and the Saturday Squad ( 9am - 12 noon ). Our host Annalie will be taking your song requests and dedications for the first hour - so call 23388266 or leave a message on our Facebook page, The Saturday Squad on RTHK Radio 3. After 10, we have our weekly chat about the latest top stories - and some less serious - with author, journalist and Standard columnist Nury Vittachi. And just after 11, it's our fun Cantonese learning session with SCMP senior editor Luisa Tam. Don't miss it!
This week, we'll be starting another episode of the Saturday Squad with the 9 to 10 song request hour! Call 23388266 or text Annalie on Facebook to send in a request. Our current affairs commentator Nury Vittachi joins us just after 10 for this week’s top stories. At 10.30, Maryann Hwee, executive director of FringeBacker, will join us on the phone to introduce their fundraiser: the FringeBacker COVID-19 Hong Kong Virtual Marathon. And finally, just after 11, the unmissable Cantonese learning session with Luisa Tam!
11/07/2020 - Weekly Hot Topics - with author and journalist Nury Vittachi
11/07/2020 - FringeBacker COVID-19 Hong Kong Virtual Marathon - with FringeBacker executive director Maryann Hwee
Today on the Saturday Squad we'll be learning about public health and sanitation in less-developed countries. November 19 is World Toilet Day -- so designated by the United Nations -- and Annalie will be speaking to the founder of the World Toilet Organisation, Jack Sim, to find out more about their international programmes. That's after 9. We'll also be bringing you live updates throughout the show from the Macau Grand Prix. Our reporter Tim Huxley and producer Phil Whelan are over there following all the action. And that's in addition to our weekly catch-up with sports correspondent Danny Hicks! (Saturday, 9am-12nn)
16/11/2019 - World Toilet Day, Public Health and Sanitation - with World Toilet Organisation founder Jack Sim
Today on the Saturday Squad we learn about public health and sanitation in less-developed countries. November 19 is World Toilet Day -- so designated by the United Nations. Annalie speaks to the founder of the World Toilet Organisation, Jack Sim, to find out more about their international programmes.
16/11/2019 - Macau Grand Prix - with Tim Huxley