"Huffy", the band's first new album in three years, has been quite an escape for fans during the pandemic. Singer and guitarist Keith Murray explained to Alyson why they decided to go against the grain and create a celebratory album. Embrace their parody videos and promo pranks, grab a 'Seafoam Spritz', and enjoy their new music, all week, in...The Common Room.
On Tuesday's 123 Show we're talking about the impact of Covid on the deaf community, with masks blocking lip reading. We're chatting with Felix Sze, an Associate Professor from the Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages, and Deputy Director of the Centre for Sign Linguistics and Deaf Studies at the Chinese University; along with Mila Lam, a Sign Bilingual Instructor at SLCO Community Resources; and Jessica Zhao, a sign language interpreter.That's at 1.30. After 2, on this week's Chewsday segment, 123 Show reporter Andrew Dembina interviews Master of Wine Nigel Sneyd, who's worked in wineries across the world and is now Global Director of Wine, Quality and Compliance for Accolade Wines – an international distributor, headquartered in his native country: Australia. After 2.30, Sadie Kaye is back with her skewed take on life in her monthly humour column, "Sharp Pains". This one's called ''Dream On".
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Good Morning. It's Tuesday on Morning Brew, and Burns Night too. That's the day when Scots all over the world celebrate the birth of their country's most famous poet by pouring whisky, without an 'e', all over a weird ball of entrails. If you've ever eaten haggis you'll appreciate why you need the whisky. Jarrod Watt will be with us after 10.30 with a little bit of Jock-stralian music, and of course, all the news from Down Under that's fit to broadcast. At 11.40 Dr. Merrin Pearse joins us, live from New Zealand. Today he'll be on Facebook Live with Kevin Hackwell, the Chief Conservation Advisor with Forest and Bird (NZ) to talk about New Zealand's bird of the year, which is, in fact... a bat. After 12, biz futurist Morris Miselowski will be with us from his evil lair in Melbourne. We'll be talking about the kind of 'futuristic' endeavour that might make your average Aussie say "Yeah... Nahhhhhhhh". The kind that, although exists, really should have spent a little more time on the drawing board.
On Tuesday's Backchat, we'll be looking at the business environment and investment opportunities in Hong Kong, with the release of a survey by Invest HK showing a growth in the number of foreign companies and startups despite the pandemic.
The results also come after data issued by the Census and Statistics Department last October, which showed the number of US and Japanese companies with regional headquarters in the SAR had fallen.
So what are the challenges and openings facing foreign and local businesses?
After 9.15am, we'll be talking about calls from the business sector for the Financial Secretary to give out another round of consumption vouchers in his upcoming budget.
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On Tuesday’s Money Talk, Peter Lewis is joined by James Wong. Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer at Lead Securities and John Schofield, Managing Director at Tempus Investment. They will be discussing the global markets, the US federal and, the mainland China economy. With a view from Japan is Nick Smith, Japan Strategist at CLSA.
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Every weekday evening from 6.30 until 9, Simon Willson will share his choice of the best in international music with you, here on Radio 3. He’s partial to playing a few of your requests too, so do get in touch during the show on 2338 8266. As night time approaches, whatever you may be doing, if you’re a serious music fan then Sunset Sounds With Simon Willson is the programme for you.
Take a trip back in time with Peter King, every weekday evening from 10pm until 1am, in "Pete's Magical Mystery Tour", here on Radio 3. He'll give you the first two hours of pop gold from the 1960s and 1970s, and then after 12 you can go with him on a 'Sentimental Journey' 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.
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