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 on The Brew. As always, a big "thanks" to James Ross for sitting in for Phil yesterday. Chris Watts will be with us at 12.10 today for his weekly class. Today's dysfunction is of the lumbopelvic kind, so join him on Facebook live as well if you are feeling... hip! We'll welcome RTL France's Philippe Dova back at 12.40, with all his latest from Tokyo, including meeting the one, the only, Richard Clayderman. When it comes to classical music, as in music actually from the 1700s, we always talk about Mozart. But, what about his contemporaries? There were many fantastic composers alive in Mozart's time, but for obvious reasons they are often forgotten. Not today though, as Paul Archibald will be reporting 'classically' from Bangkok at 1.25.