An original play set in an English home, posh enough to have a butler. But then a dead body appears. And as in any class-conscious culture, the lowest on the totem pole gets blamed. But just because you’re blamed, it doesn’t mean you didn’t do it. Did the butler do it? I don’t know but fingers are pointed in that direction.
Love them or hate them, we've all had our childhood fascinations with clowns. Whether it's their painted white faces, comically large shoes or the fact that they can be downright scary, these jokers never fail to leave a lasting impression. Joseph Chee has had 10 years of experience clowning around- he joins us today to talk about the clown life.
Earlier this week the Land and Public Transport Commission (SPAD) announced plans to restructure the country's bus system. The plan, called the Stage Bus Services Transformation Programme, will be launched in phases beginning with 5 cities this year. Will this model be the answer to the public's call for a more reliable public bus service system?Mahesh Krishnan & Muhammad Hanif Baharudin contributed to this report
The falling oil prices have had a huge impact on the already struggling Venezuela economy, as oil accounts for more than 95% of its exports and 50% of the Goverment’s fiscal revenue. Analysts say for every $1 drop in oil prices, Venezuela will lose $700 million in export revenue. His Excellency Manuel Guzman, the Venezuelan ambassador to Malaysia, is on the Breakfast Grille. He talks about, among others, the future of the country amid falling crude prices, how Venezuela plans to use its new position on the UN Security Council, and potentially normalising relations with the US.
This week, we head over to Norway as Noelle Lim went as far as 250km to the border of Finland to see the mysterious, multicoloured show in which the night sky is suddenly lit up with a wondrous glow that twists and swirls like a heavenly lava lamp.