監製：Alyson Hau and Ben Cullen
Remember a few weeks back when vegetables were in short supply? This week we want to shine a light on urban farming and locally grown produce during the epidemic. Jessica Fong, founder of Common Farms, will share her experience of growing edible plants and crops in warehouses and on rooftops, and will also give tips on how to enhance your garden.
Every week presents a new physical challenge for Ben!
This week his ballroom dancing skills willl be put to the test by Ryan Hammond. Ryan started dancing at the age of seven and ended up a winner of “Strictly Come Dancing” South Africa. He now spends his time teaching dance to children from 18 months old up to adults as "young" as 86!
With early summer break still in place, children are missing school learning, and some of them have turned to online extra-curricular classes. STEAM has been a hot topic for city's education, and Sarah Tong, co-founder of Big Bang Academy will show us how to create fun science experiments at home!
Michael Green is a rugby player and fitness enthusiast, he will most certainly inspire you to work harder in the gym. As Mike has gotten older, he's realised that working on weight training and fitness isn't enough to unlock performance alone, Mike will be taking us through some movements that you should be adding to your routine.
Join us for All Being Well every Saturday at 3pm. We’ll be live on Radio 3 and online, and, in a first for an R3 series, the show will be simulcast on TV! You can catch us on RTHK TV31.
And while fitness centres are still closed and strict social distancing rules remain in effect, some have turned to one-on-one boxing as an active fix. Boxing coach Patrick Haughey demonstrates some dynamic routines.
Join Alyson Hau and Ben Cullen on Radio 3 and RTHK TV31 this Saturday at 3pm, for All Being Well.