Welcome to Wednesday's Brew. Chris Watts returns at 12.10 after a diving expedition in Thailand. So today, live from his Motion Dynamics Studio in Central, he'll tell us all about it, while magically showing you some great exercises on Facebook live as well. RTL France's man in Japan, Philippe Dova, will be with us at 12.40 for more top class French chansons, and a bit of discuter. Wednesday is 'classical' music day (but you know that by now), and today trumpet player to the stars, Paul Archibald, will be with us from Bangkok at 1.25 to introduce more musical wonders to you. Today: Great masters inspiring the great masters. email firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook Every weekday - except public holidays - 12 midday until 2 - only on Radio 3.
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.