BFM 89.9

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Date Programmes Podcast Title  
11-Nov-19 Evening Edition
(6:00 PM)
The Arts Are Important, Too
Jo Kukathas, Artistic Director, The Instant Cafe
04-Oct-18 Evening Edition
(5:00 PM)
Little Love for 'Perotiga'
21-Mar-18 Front Row
(2:00 PM)
Turbulent Canvases
Shaarim Sahat, Artist | S. Jamal Al-Idrus, Curator
16-Nov-17 Talkback
(6:00 PM)
Talkback Thursday : Should Bahasa Malaysia be protected?
06-Mar-17 The 6AM Stretch
(6:00 AM)
The Other Side of Altruism - Self-Serving Moral Outragers
The Morning Run Crew
11-Jan-17 The 6AM Stretch
(6:00 AM)
Unacceptable Acceptance Speech
The Morning Run Crew
20-Oct-16 Live & Learn
(3:00 PM)
History Textbooks and Sense of Belonging
Associate Professor Dr Helen Ting, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
26-Nov-15 Bila Larut Malam
(12:00 AM)
Kenangan Zaman 90an
Amirul Bozu, Penulis "Tora Datang Lagi" | Khairul Aiman Hamdan
27-Feb-14 Talkback
(6:08 PM)
Talkback Thursday: Bangsa Malaysia
 
 




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6:00 AM

The 6AM Stretch

7:05 AM

Market Watch

7:15 AM

Morning Brief

8:05 AM

The Breakfast Grille

Amanpreet Bajaj, General Manager for India, South-east Asia, Hong Kong and Taiwan, Airbnb

8:30 AM

Morning Brief

9:00 AM

Opening Bell

9:35 AM

BBC World Service

10:05 AM

Open For Business

Pops Malaya

11:05 AM

HerVantage

Staying In The Pink of Health

12:00 PM

Enterprise Biz Bytes

1:00 PM

The Breakfast Grille Repeat

Amanpreet Bajaj, General Manager for India, South-east Asia, Hong Kong and Taiwan, Airbnb

2:05 PM

The Daily Digest

3:05 PM

Live & Learn

Indonesia: Why Are Thousands Protesting the Omnibus Law?

4:05 PM

Health & Living

Be Fit Malaysians #22: Tracking Fitness & Performance

5:05 PM

The Evening Edition

7:30 PM

Popcorn Culture - Review

Emily In Paris

8:00 PM

Cruise Control

Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my | Ariff Roose | Richard Bradbury

9:00 PM

Breaking Bread

Loh Yi Jun (junandtonic.com) | TBC

10:00 PM

The Pulse