On Thursday’s Brunch with Noreen, we're bringing you 講。香港/ Talk about Hong Kong, and this week Angie Man will talk about the Chinese Lantern Festival. After 11 we're chatting with Ajmal Samuel, a para-athlete, who talks about finding a new focus in sports. Do get in touch with your song requests and comments on Facebook.
Welcome to another musical Thursday here on The Brew. Right after the news at 12, you can enjoy 25 more minutes of top local sounds. Mark Rawson has been busy picking a new bunch of excellent 'Brewed in HK’ tracks. Dr Dave Gething, our vet, is busy travelling the world again, and he will return soon. At 1.25 today, meet author and photographer Stefan Irvine, who has an exhibition and a brand new book to tell you about. Both are called 'Abandoned Villages of Hong Kong', and both are a fascinating step back in time. Join Stefan on Facebook live too, if you can.
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On Friday's Backchat, we're talking about Hong Kong's appeal to visitors.
After 9:45, we learn more from the SPCA's newly released dating-style mobile adoption app.
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