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We discuss the latest in health news. The pesky cockroach is back in the news - this time living in a woman's skull and a man's ear canal. We also explore the neuroscience behind horrible sounds. And finally, find out how we can all improve our mental health literacy. -- 0:46 - Cockcroches in your head 13:18 - Misophonia 20:55 - Mental health
This week, Uma speaks to special guest - international bestselling author - Sophie Kinsella about the secrets behind compelling chick-lit.
BFM's Keith Kam takes us behind the scenes of the media's coverage of the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of the North Korean leader.
A peek into Norzizi Zulkifli’s melding of contemporary theatre practices and the traditional practices of Mak Yong. This postgraduate project which first saw light in Australia premiered in Kuala Lumpur just this past weekend. This sneak-peek is a prelude to an interview with the creator, director and now theatre instructor at UiTM.
Beating the morning jam and clocking out at the end of each day can get repetitive and mundane. What if you could climb mountains, see the sun rise and set beyond the horizon or even ski down a snowcap while still keeping your job? Remote Year is a program where digital nomads all around the world come together to experience travel and working. We speak to Rosa Langhammer from CoderDojo, a digital nomad who travels while setting up coding initiatives in schools all around the world.