BFM 89.9

Podcast  >  Night Shift  >  A Bit Of Culture  >  Is The Album Dead?

Is The Album Dead?

Kam Raslan | Ong Kar Jin | Dr. Ann Lee

29-Apr-22 21:00

Is The Album Dead?

This episode of A Bit of Culture delivers on its title - a bit of everything under the sun. Kam gets the ball rolling by looking at team sports, and whether they should be emphasised and taught a lot more in school. Returning guest, Dr. Ann Lee then talks about the history of silence and how silence has been perceived by different generations and communities. Lastly, Ong Kar Jin ponders about whether music albums are still fashionable now, in an era where singles on streaming platforms reign supreme.

Produced by: Ali Johan

Presented by: Kam Raslan


Download the BFM mobile app. Stay at home and stay up-to-date.

Tags:  history of silencesilenceteam sportsfootballalbumssinglesstreaming platformsMusic documentariesCulture, History, Heritagepeople and placesmusichistory


Share this podcast




Play / Pause

Listen now : BFM 89.9 -- The Business Station

Today’s Shows



10:00 AM

Pick of the Pops (REPEAT)

Epi451 - Hits From The 60s to 80s

12:00 PM

Bar None (REPEAT)

1:00 PM

Ringgit and Sense (REPEAT)

Your First Credit Card; Hann Liew, CEO, RinggitPlus

1:30 PM

The Property Show (REPEAT)

How Temporary is China's Property Market Dip?; Christine Li , Head of Research, Asia Pacific, Knight Frank

2:00 PM

BBC World Service

3:00 PM

By the Book (REPEAT)

Book Club June 2022 - Queen of the Tiles

4:00 PM

The Bigger Picture (REPEAT)

Tajuddin Spills the Tea; Dr Bridget Welsh, Honorary Research Associate, University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute-Malaysia

5:00 PM

TED Radio Hour

6:00 PM

Earth Matters (REPEAT)

Bonn Climate Change Conference - More Blah Blah, Than Rah Rah; Meenakshi Raman, President, Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM), Head of Programmes, Third World Network (TWN)

7:00 PM

Back To Back (REPEAT)

EP26 - Glastonbury Festival 2022

8:00 PM

Track By Track (REPEAT)

EP26: Paul McCartney and Wings' Band on the Run

9:00 PM

The Selector