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Should We Still Talk About May 13?

Kam Raslan | Farah Rani | Sim Wie Boon

17-May-19 21:00

Should

In this episode we welcome a first timer to the fold - producer / actress Farah Rani joins Kam Raslan and the Morning Run's Sim Wie Boon to complete our cultural trident. With the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones just out, Sim gives his two cents on the epic level of fandom the series have garnered and their lack of patience for the show's development. Fresh off writing her own tele-series, Farah jumps in to share her thoughts on local female-driven content - or the lack thereof. And finally Kam asks the all important question for the sake of our national history; should we, and can we still discuss the incidents of 13th May 1969.


Produced by: Ali Johan


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Tags:  Game Of ThronesDead To Mefemale friendshipsMay 13th1969Malaysia BaruTuca & BertieThe Weight Of Our Sky41StrangeCulture, History, Heritage

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