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Date Programmes Podcast Title  
18-Sep-23 Today I Learned
(2:00 PM)
What is Fiscal Policy?
Dr Geoffrey Williams, Professor & Economist, Malaysia University of Science and Technology (MUST)
05-May-23 The Breakfast Grille
(8:00 AM)
The World Bank's Prescriptions For Equitable Growth In EAP
Aaditya Mattoo, Chief Economist of the East Asia and Pacific Region, World Bank
30-Mar-23 Morning Brief
(7:30 AM)
Rocky Road To Recovery For Sri Lanka
Dr Chulanee Attanayake, Research Fellow, Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS), National University of Singapore
01-Mar-23 The Breakfast Grille
(8:00 AM)
Budget 2023: Will The Madani Philosophy Yield Policy Results?
Datuk Johan Mahmood Merican, Treasury Secretary-General, Ministry of Finance
26-Sep-22 Market Watch
(9:15 AM)
Pound's Carnage: Lessons To Learn?
Dr Ray Choy, Head of Economics and Research, Opus Asset Management
27-Jul-22 The Breakfast Grille
(8:00 AM)
Balancing The Country's Books Is A Challenge
Datuk Johan Mahmood Merican, Deputy Secretary General for Policy of the Treasury, Ministry of Finance
28-Jun-22 Morning Brief
(7:15 AM)
No Easy Solution To Resolving The Subsidy Conundrum
Carmelo Ferlito, CEO, Center for Market Education
27-Jun-22 Evening Edition
(5:00 PM)
Could We Learn to Live Without Subsidies?
Professor Dr Hafezali Iqbal Hussain, Head of Research at the Faculty of Business and Law, Taylor’s University, and Member of the Centre for Industrial Revolution and Innovation (CIR4I)
15-Dec-20 Morning Brief
(7:37 AM)
Will Rolled Back Stimulus Hurt ASEAN Recovery?
Chua Hak Bin, Senior Economist, Maybank Kim Eng
12-Jun-20 Morning Brief
(7:30 AM)
More Stimulus Than the GFC but Is It Enough?
Marina Stefani, Director, Fitch Ratings' Economics Team
14-May-20 Market Watch
(7:00 AM)
Message to Fed: More Sugar Please!
Tony Nash, Chief Executive Officer, Complete Intelligence
09-Apr-20 Morning Brief
(8:45 AM)
Brexit in a Time of Covid-19
Patrick Diamond, Associate Professor of Public Policy, Queen Mary University of London
06-Apr-20 Morning Brief
(8:45 AM)
China's V-Shaped Recovery Possible if No Second Wave
Tommy Xie, Head of Greater China Research, OCBC Bank
27-Mar-20 The Daily Digest
(4:00 PM)
Another RM250 Billion for the Economic Stimulus Package
Lee Hwok-Aun, Senior Fellow with the Malaysia Studies Programme, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute
20-Mar-20 Market Watch
(7:00 AM)
Is RM30 Billion Enough Liquidity for the Malaysian Banking System?
Carlos Casanova, Chief Asia Economist, Coface
21-Feb-20 Market Watch
(7:00 AM)
COVID-19 vs Hong Kong, Indonesia and Singapore
Carlos Casanova, Chief Asia Economist, Coface
 
 




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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

3:20 PM

Front Row

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

Inside Story

7:00 PM

BBC Programming

7:30 PM

Just For Kicks

9:00 PM

A Bit of Culture