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Date Programmes Podcast Title  
19-Apr-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Wong Kueng Hui’s Journey From Stateless to Citizen
Wong Kueng Hui, Former Stateless Person & Activist
05-Apr-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Free Tree Society: Plant A Tree, Save The World
Lydia Lubon, Bangsar Nursery Programme Manager, Free Tree Society
29-Mar-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
How To Be Good Native Allies
Daniel Teoh, Founder, Native Discovery
22-Mar-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Dr Stephen Sizer on Palestine Activism & Fighting Christian Zionism
Dr Stephen Sizer, Founder of Peacemaker Trust
15-Mar-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
The Tobacco Industry Called Her One of the “Most Dangerous” People In The World
Dr Judith Mackay, Director, Asian Consultancy on Tobacco Control
08-Mar-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
A 40-Year Journey in Women’s Rights Activism and The Women That Inspired Her
Ho Yock Lin, Founding Member, All Women’s Action Society (AWAM)
01-Mar-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Marching For Women In Malaysia
Ares, Movement Outreach and Programmes Lead, Women’s March Malaysia
23-Feb-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Projek Tongkat: Football For All
Dr Ahmad Munawwar Helmi Salim, Project Director, Projek Tongkat
16-Feb-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Lights, Camera, Activism
Mohammad Alshatri, Human Rights Activist
02-Feb-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Meet Sarah Irdina, Young Activist Who Was Detained Under Sedition Act in 2021
Sarah Irdina, Former Sedition Act Detainee
26-Jan-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Helping Underprivileged Families Access Heart Surgery
Dr Hanis Syahira Hamdan, Chief Operating Officer, Malaysian Congenital Heart Foundation
05-Jan-24 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Wong Chin Huat: The "Unreasonable" Man
Wong Chin Huat, Political Scientist & Founding Member, Bersih
08-Sep-23 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Malaysian Wins Wikimedian of the Year
Taufik Rosman, Wikimedian of the Year (2023)
28-Apr-23 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
How Are Your MPs Performing?
Lau Chak Onn, Co-Founder, MYMP
03-Mar-23 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Wanita Berdaya Selangor Trains Aspiring ADUNS to Be More Gender Sensitive
Rusni Tajari, Research and Policy Manager, Wanita Berdaya Selangor (WBS) | Yazman Yuhana, Brand and Comms Manager, Wanita Berdaya Selangor (WBS)
06-Jan-23 Good Things
(3:00 PM)
Shaq Koyok: Combining Art & Activism for Indigenous Peoples & Planet
Shaq Koyok, Visual Artist and Activist
 
 




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Today’s Shows



6:00 AM

The 6AM Stretch

7:00 AM

World Market Watch

7:15 AM

Morning Brief

7:30 AM

Morning Brief

7:45 AM

Morning Brief

8:00 AM

The Breakfast Grille

Chew Ne Weng, Managing Director, QES Group

8:30 AM

Morning Brief

8:45 AM

Morning Brief

9:00 AM

Opening Bell

9:15 AM

Opening Bell

9:35 AM

The Property Show

10:05 AM

Open For Business

Abdul Muthalib Zulkarnain, Founder and CEO of Get Hyred

11:00 AM

The Workplace

TBC

12:00 PM

Enterprise Explores

TBC

1:00 PM

The Breakfast Grille Repeat

Chew Ne Weng, Managing Director, QES Group Description: Automated test equipment manufacturer QES Group was one of nine Malaysian companies named in Forbes Asia’s coverage of Best Under A Billion 2023, a list of companies that have outperformed the market despite global economic headwinds. How does the company stack-up in the Malaysian semiconductor space? We discuss the fortunes and prospects of QES Group with Managing Director Chew Ne Weng

2:05 PM

Beyond the Ballot Box

Why is Germany’s Far-Right Movement Gaining Strength? Frederik Holst, Political Scientist

3:05 PM

Earth Matters

How Can We End Waste Colonialism? Wong Pui Yi, Center to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4 Center) | Nabila Zulkeflee, Center to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4 Center)

4:05 PM

Health & Living

When Dengue Affects Rich Countries, Will We Take It More Seriously? Dr Dinu Guruge, Epidemiologist & Consultant for the Global Dengue Programme, Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative (DNDi)

7:05 PM

The Evening Edition

7:30 PM

Front Row [REPEAT]

7:35 PM

Popcorn Culture

8:00 PM

Cruise Control

10:00 PM

The Pulse