BFM 89.9

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Date Programmes Podcast Title  
15-Nov-21 Open For Business
(10:00 AM)
The Flash Sale Guys Are Here To Stay
29-May-20 Tech Talk
(11:00 AM)
MSP123: Gen-C: The Automation Nation
Matt Armitage, Kulturpop
05-May-20 Open For Business
(10:00 AM)
Voice of SMEs - Anchanto
Mr. Vaibhav Dabhade, Founder and CEO of Anchanto
12-Sep-19 Tech Talk
(11:00 AM)
Making eCommerce Easier
Vaibhav Dabhade, Founder & CEO of Anchanto
22-Jan-19 Enterprise Biz Bytes
(12:30 PM)
Superhero Belt To Keep Robots Away
Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Arvindh Yuvaraj
17-Apr-18 Enterprise Biz Bytes
(12:00 PM)
Amazon's “Pee Gate”
Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Arvindh Yuvaraj
07-Apr-18 I Love KL
(1:00 PM)
Where Arts Go Down In A Gudang
Doris Quek, curator, KongsiKL | Tay Tat Sing, co-founder, KongsiKL
17-Oct-17 The Breakfast Grille
(8:05 AM)
Xin Hwa: Going the Last Mile with E-Commerce
28-Jul-17 Five For Fortune
(11:00 AM)
Five Ways Amazon Is Tackling Storage and Delivery Issues
Arvindh Yuvaraj
 
 




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Today’s Shows



6:00 AM

The 6AM Stretch

8:05 AM

The Breakfast Grille

Foong Chee Mun, co-founder and CTO of MoneyLion

9:35 AM

BBC World Service

10:05 AM

Open For Business

Dr. Vijay Ramalingam Pillai, Managing Director of Durian Capital

11:05 AM

HerVantage

Charissa Ong, founder of Penwings

12:00 PM

Enterprise Biz Bytes

1:00 PM

The Breakfast Grille Repeat

Foong Chee Mun, co-founder and CTO of MoneyLion

2:05 PM

Live & Learn

3:05 PM

Earth Matters

There's no Planet B: A 101 on The Climate Crisis

4:05 PM

Health & Living

Thalassaemia: What Are The Options for Couples Who Want Children?

5:05 PM

The Evening Edition

5:35 PM

Today On Twitter

6:05 PM

Inside Story

7:05 PM

The Evening Edition

7:35 PM

Popcorn Culture

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