The lighter side of serious business.
Your supplement post rush hour and on the weekends. Our staples on everything outside of stock markets and finance. Yes, that means "all the fun stuff". Tune in for a myriad discussion on fashion, music, philosophy, lifestyle, the arts and more.
Breaking Bread is a brand new food show that aims to foster any and all geeky discussions surrounding food. Whether it is figuring out the intricacies of our kuih-muih, deep-diving into Malaysian coffee culture, or hunting for the best Laksas in town, this show shines a light on the food we eat and how it ties to the very fabric of our Malaysian culture and identity.
Join us on our weekly sports program Bar None that brings you in, out, and around the world of sport with exclusive interviews and features. Plus weekly news-roundups on both the international & local circuit on The Good, Bad and Ugly.
BFM's maiden automotive programme with motor journalist Daniel Fernandez of www.dsf.my fame. Each week we discuss big news from the automotive industry and review the latest cars in the market. Petrolheads will also find joy with our automotive tech segment - answering car queries with some top tips.
As beautiful and bustling KL is, the capital city can also be scary & intimidating place for many. Providing a helping hand to explore the undiscovered gems and stories from in and around the greater valley is I Love KL, the show that brings you closer to the people and places of our beloved capital.
The best of pop from the ‘50s to ‘80s with your host, Patrick Teoh. Travel back to simpler times and relive the past with some of the top billboard charts then!
With our eyes set on unearthing the freshest undiscovered sounds from unexpected places, we widen our scope with hand-picked musical selections from all across Asia. Featuring new envelope-pushing discoveries, cross-geographical collaborations and oriental flavours fit for an emperor.
A trio of speakers spearheaded by Kam Raslan veer into the extraordinarily vast world of arts, creativity and pop culture. Each episode they’ll talk three topics of choice and also recommend a cultural piece that you ought to check out.
Night School explores topics from psychology, the social sciences and the humanities for a general public through light and engaging conversations.
A live show every Wednesday at 10pm that brings listeners the latest news in the music world and the freshest tracks.
Zack Yusof gives you an interesting selection of music and his insights on the style, the singers and the stories behind the songs.
Join us as we spin you our weekly collection of jazz music, sweeping across multiple sub-genres, comprising of both contemporary and classic compositions.
Your steady stream of groove-based Neo-soul, House, RnB & Hip-Hop jams for your listening pleasure. Featuring chilled out beats double-boiled in jazz chords, soulful vocals and rare grooves.
Into The Blue is a show dedicated solely to discover and explore the latest tracks and releases of the week. Join your host, Tim Sharp as he spins you a fresh mix of eclectic tunes from all over the globe.
A journey through fascinating ideas, astonishing inventions and new ways to think and create. Based on the riveting TED talks from the world's most remarkable minds. Sundays at 5pm.
Bila Larut Malam ialah rancangan yang merungkai fenomena moden, tradisional, serta budaya bandar yang berada di sekeliling kita. Sertai kami untuk memahami trend masyarakat dan budaya. Khas untuk mereka yang tidur lewat dan pengembara malam.
The glitz and glamour on radio! From couture to pret-a-porter, our fashionistas Adeline Choong and Emma Chong Johnston (Elle Malaysia) keeps you abreast with the latest runway trends. Stay on the pulse with what’s brewing in the fashion industry, as we chat up the svengalis of the fashion world both here and abroad.
A music show like no other - Rich Bradbury, Daryl Ong, Matt Armitage and Othniel Ting will be looking into their crystal ball of tunes, introducing you to some lesser known gems from the past, present and future.
What you read isn't necessarily what you get. Here on "In Case You Missed It" we read between the blurred lines in the age of propaganda and mass media. Join Sharyl Kaur and Haniff Baharudin as they analyse and critique the media.
The first show of its kind on Malaysian English radio, Ticket To Ride seeks to awaken the wanderlust in all of us. Whether its the cool climes of the Nordic countries or the sunny beaches of Thailand that you're after, this show is the just the ticket for those seeking the authentic experience in travel. Tune in to our travel show, Ticket to Ride, Thursdays 9pm with Azura Rahman and Adeline Choong, as we seek to awaken the wanderlust in all of us.
That Time Of Night (#TTON) is the magazine show with a difference; featuring the movers and shakers of the social media world, musicians, actors, singers, dancers. comedians - you name it we’ve got it. And if we don’t have it we want it! Hosted By Rich Bradbury and featuring Adeline Choong and David Buri it features elements that include interviews, quizzes, audience interaction and live music. That Time Of Night is the new destination for your dial. Weekdays from 8pm until 9pm.
Your essential listening guide to all things delicious. Fronted Fay Khoo, bolshie food critic, Feeding Time interviews industry players and dedicated foodies on topics revolving around the culinary business. Fay also reviews the occasional restaurant you might want to know about.
Heavy metal, noise, punk, hardcore -- these sounds are definitely not aural torture. Very Noise, as the name suggests, explore sounds that are loud, aggressive and in-your-face. It may not be for the faint hearted, but if you like music that packs a little extra punch then this will blow your mind.
A weekly digest of culture, art and life from across the globe. Tapping into a sense of global wonderlust She Fah Szetu takes you on a journey beyond the immediate and the apparent to reveal that we might actually be more similar than expected.
A Sunday Kinda Love brings curated recommendations in books, tv, film and music, with a segment on storytelling, and a once monthly episode dedicated to Beauty.
Kam Raslan | Faiq Syazwan | Matt Armitage
Sueh Li | Tan Zi Hao
Ahmad Fuat Rahmat
Research Fellow at the Islamic Renaissance Front.
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A husband, father, grandfather, actor and generally misunderstood person.
Husband, parent, musician, liberal free thinker and long suffering Evertonian.
Full-time music junkie from Sydney via Auckland.
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