BFM 89.9

HIGHLIGHTS 
Podcast  >  Evening Edition  >  Top 5 At 5  >  Top 5 At 5: Amending The Evidence Of Child Witness Act

Top 5 At 5: Amending The Evidence Of Child Witness Act

Goh Siu Lin, Child Rights advocate

10-Jul-24 17:00

Top 5 At 5: Amending The Evidence Of Child Witness Act

5. Mini Popek Popek Parlimen, where we bring you the biggest highlights from the Dewan Rakyat. Today, the MPs get into regulations to allow persons with disabilities to work as e-hailing drivers and also debate the Auditor-General’s report.

4. The Singapore Food Agency just approved 16 species of insects as safe to be sold for human consumption. The food agency is anticipating the growth of the edible insect industry, as it is expected to reach US$17.9 billion. We spoke to Dr Lim See Meng, a lecturer in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia’s Nutrition Science Programme, on insect-based foods from the perspective of nutrition and food sustainability.

3. A shock win by the French left-wing coalition has triggered a hung parliament, for the first time in France’s history. Dr Benjamin Barton, assistant professor at the School of Politics, History and International Relations at the University of Nottingham Malaysia, shares his thoughts on the outcome of the election.

2. The Alor Setar High Court has ruled that the Kedah state government’s decision to stop issuing and renewing business premise licences for gambling outlets, a move made to "tackle social ills", was in violation of the Federal Constitution. We reached out to lawyer Lim Wei Jiet to deconstruct the issue.

1. Our top story: We reflect on the proposed amendments to the Evidence of Child Witness Act that has been tabled in Parliament, with child rights advocate Goh Siu Lin.

Image Credit: photobyphotoboy, Shutterstock

Produced by: Juliet Jacobs, Lim Sue Ann, Alena Nadia, Sudais Ferhard, Alia Zefri

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharaad Kuttan


This and more than 60,000 other podcasts in your hand. Download the all new BFM mobile app.

Categories:  governmentinternationalpoliticsLaw/Activismfood

Tags:  edible insectsevidence of witness actinsectsfrancepoliticsparliamentdewan rakyathung parliamentgamblingchild rights





Play / Pause

Listen now : BBC Programming

Today’s Shows



6:00 AM

The 6AM Stretch

7:00 AM

World Market Watch

Tim Waterer, Chief Market Analyst, KCM Trade

7:15 AM

Morning Brief

7:30 AM

Morning Brief

Koh King Kee, President of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia

7:45 AM

Top Story

Chin Chee Seong, National Secretary General, SME Association

8:00 AM

The Breakfast Grille

Tan Eu Tah, Executive Director, Synergy House

8:30 AM

Morning Brief

Dr Kelvin Yii, Member of Parliament (MP) for Bandar Kuching

8:45 AM

Morning Brief

9:00 AM

Opening Bell

9:15 AM

Opening Bell

9:35 AM

What's the Focus

10:05 AM

Open For Business

Arthur Woo, Founder and CEO ATAG

11:00 AM

Mattsplained

Matt Armitage, Founder, Kulturpop

12:00 PM

Enterprise Explores

Kapil Bonde, Senior Market Evangelist, Adjust

1:00 PM

The Breakfast Grille Repeat

Tan Eu Tah, Executive Director, Synergy House

2:05 PM

Discovery Hour

Happily Ever After? #5: Animated Fairy Tales [REPEAT]; John Canemaker, Animator and Animation Historian

3:05 PM

Front Row

Twisted - A Different Kind Of Fairy Tale; Fa Abdul, Director & Producer, Big Nose Productions

3:20 PM

Front Row

Tunes from the East II; Lee Kok Leong. Conductor, klpac Orchestra | Yong Tan, Composer

4:05 PM

Health & Living

The Powerful Role of Exercise in Cancer; Dr Nur Fadhlina Abdul Satar, Consultant Clinical Oncologist | Assoc Prof Dr Mohd Nahar Azmi Mohamed, Sports Medicine Physician | Rosalind Tan, Secretary, UMMC Candy Girls Support Group

5:00 PM

Top 5 at 5

6:00 PM

Popcorn Culture

Longlegs & the Best of Horror

7:00 PM

BBC Programming

7:30 PM

Just For Kicks

9:00 PM

A Bit of Culture

Are You A Member of Your Community?; Kam Raslan | Zan Azlee | Ahmad Yazid Ahmad Fuad