G'day. Today on The Brew we'll catch up with biz futurist Morris Miselowski at 12.10, live from Melbourne. He has a special guest with him this Tuesday, in the shape of Hong Kong based entrepreneur, Charles Lo. Morris met Charles at the recent CES in Las Vegas. He's the founder of 'Upmood', which focuses on creating accessible and accurate emotion tracking technology. At 12.40 our mate Jarrod Watt will be with you to talk all things Aussie, and particularly about a new scientific study that shows the best use for wallabies is footwear! At 1:25 Dr. Merrin Pearse will be exploring some of the amazing displays and work at the Hong Kong Biodiversity Museum, with its Director, Dr. Benoit Guénard. Join them on Facebook live as well.
Welcome to The Brew this Friday. Some places in the world are celebrating their national heroes today, and so we'll do our bit by unleashing our very own Brew hero. Yes... it's Marshy Movie Time at 12.10. Yes... it's Marshy Movie Time at 12.10. Legendary film critic James Marsh will be with us to chew over the last seven days of screen goodies (and baddies), to hopefully set up your weekend viewing. 'Sports and All' happened yesterday, as Danny is busy today, but at 1.30 we'll be off to Singapore again to catch Chef Neil Tomes, live from a pop-up lunch he'll be creating at a friend's restaurant. Join him, and Marshy, on Facebook live as well. email firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook Every weekday (except PHs) 12 midday until 2 - only on Radio 3.