Ahead of the release of 'Churches', American singer-songwriter-rocker-icon LP joins Alyson Hau 'BackStage', to speak about their new music. Find out what inspired 'One Last Time', and other brand new sounds, by tuning in this week to The Common Room... only on RTHK Radio 3.
Peter Lewis will be live across Hong Kong on RTHK Radio 3 from 6 to 10am on Wednesday to celebrate the day after the mid-autumn festival with some great music, chat, and holiday info. He has four hours of classic hits from every decade from the 1960s to the 2020s, and plenty of great new music as well, to get the one-day holiday started. Included in the mix are some forgotten gems, vintage album tracks and a classic disco tune every hour from the 1970s or 80s dancefloor to get you awake and in the mood for the holiday. Peter’s featured vintage artist is Dean Friedman, who had great success in the late 1970s with some big hits such as “Ariel”, “Lucky Stars” and “Lydia’. Dean chats to Peter after 7:30 a.m. about his latest album “American Lullaby”. As always, you can join in with any requests, messages and dedications by texting 63 93 59 25, emailing email@example.com or posting on Facebook – Peter Lewis on RTHK Radio 3.
Take a trip back in time with Peter King through the midnight hour of “Pete's Magical Mystery Tour” here on Radio 3. Stay with Peter after 12 for an hour of music from a different era. An era of the big bands, classic ballads, wonderful cinema, Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Glenn Miller, and some of the greatest love stories ever told in music. Between 12 and 1 every Tuesday to Saturday morning enjoy a ‘Sentimental Journey’ with Peter King, here… on Radio 3.
On Thursday's Backchat, International travel amid Covid; and Water World.
As we are stepping into 19 months of the pandemic, the collapse in travel demand and the closure of borders have hit the aviation and tourism industry worldwide.
Hong Kong’s flagship airline Cathay Pacific said it expects to see only 13% of its pre-pandemic activity, with the company earlier recorded more than HK$7.5 billion loss for the first half of 2021.
Meanwhile, the US is easing its travel restrictions, reopening to visitors from the UK, EU and other nations. Can we do the same? How and when should we reopen international travel?
In Hong Kong, social distancing rules are extended until September 29 despite a relatively low infection rate here. Why?
After 9:15am, we’re looking at the Water World as it opens on Tuesday September 21. How’s it going?
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