Happy Friday and welcome to our pre-onslaught Brew. Marshy Movie Time will be landing on time at 12.10 and a bit. Join our film critic for another look at the week, or is it weak? on screen. He'll be on Facebook live as usual, where we'd love to hear your comments and wisdom. As Danny Hicks is still away for another week or two, after a 'hiking/path/no-path tumble', today at 1.25 we'll talk to our new HK Sevens/Radio 3 team member Richard Cooke. He'll be joining us 'live' from the Hong Kong Stadium where things are already underway. It's going to be a huge weekend, with many more matches, and Radio 3 will be with you throughout. email firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook Every weekday - except public holidays - 12 midday until 2 - only on Radio 3.
It's Monday on The Brew, so we'll kick off the week with Robbie McRobbie's must-hear rugby report at 12.10. New York correspondent Tracy Quan will be with you, live from The Apple, at 12.40. She'll tell you what's grabbed her in the news this week, plus give you a rather surprising book to read. We'll give our man in 'nam a day off this week. While Neil Runcieman tends to some home improvements, we'll welcome back the wonderful, Hong Kong based concert pianist, Robin Zebaida. He wants to invite you experience some 'Listomania', next Monday evening at City Hall.