Welcome to our first full bunny week here on The Brew. Phil's back with you, and so the usual big "thank you" to James Ross for last week, is in order. We'll kick off at 12.10 with our man of rugby, Robbie McRobbie, who'll give you all his latest bits and pieces. Guess what? It's nearly time for the sevens... again. After 12.30, we'll welcome back our NYC correspondent, Tracy Quan. She's been super-busy for a few weeks, but it will be great to hear her on-air again. Then, at 1.30, Neil Runcieman will be with you, live from Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, for his regular Monday chat.Join him Facebook live if you can. email firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook Every weekday (except PHs) 12 midday until 2 - only on Radio 3.
Welcome to Thursday on The Brew. At 12.10 we’ll have more ‘made in Hong Kong’ music, and Mark Rawson... is back. As always, all the tracks you’ll hear in the first half hour will be by our wonderful local bands and artists. Brew-Vet Dr. David Gething is still away tending to the furry world, so he'll be back next week. At 12.40 we welcome the wonderful Hong Kong singer JOYA, aka Jodie Chan. Her brand new single 'Put Me At Ease' is coming out at midnight tonight, and we'll have a preview today. At 1.30, in a grand swaperoo, Danny Hicks will be with you for this week's Sports and All. He's not free tomorrow, so...