Welcome to Thursday's Brew. We're playing musical chairs for the next two days, as our team of experts (just ask them)are in various countries this week. Today at 12.10 it's... Marshy Movie Time, live from Hong Kong's glamorous airport! Join him on Facebook live as well for all the week's ups and downs in the world of movies and streamers. Dr. Dave Gething, the vet, is in Australia today, and 'may' be able to join us tomorrow. And... at 1.25, Mark Rawson gets a later start, bringing you more 'Made in Hong Kong' music. We'll actually get to play a little more music than usual today, all created and performed by our wonderful local artists and bands.
Welcome to Wednesday the wet... here on The Brew. Chris Watts is busy today, so he'll be with us tomorrow for more pain and gain. Instead, today, we'll welcome back the one and only Chef Neil Tomes. Today, he's jobbing somewhere in Hong Kong, and we'll be talking...meat! Join him on Facebook live if you can. Then, at 1.25, trumpet virtuoso to the stars, Paul Archibald, will be with us again for more 'classical' music. Live from Bangkok, he'll be taking all about one of the true unsung heroes of the string family, and how in the right hands it can be very... 'sung', indeed. Every weekday - except public holidays - 12 midday until 2 - only on Radio 3.