Best 香港電台 podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Morning Brew
Weekly
 
Weekday programme Morning Brew is a chat and music show. Hosted by Phil Whelan, guests include regular contributors and drop-ins, who span topics from earnest current affairs to cookery to the arts.Catch it live:Monday to Friday 9.30am - 1pm
 
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Money Talk
Daily
 
A fast moving and topical business and finance show bringing you breaking business and economic news and financial market updates. Presented by former CEO and investment bank global trading head Peter Lewis, with over 30 years' industry experience. Join Peter and his expert guests for analysis and discussion on the day's top business stories live from 8 a.m. to 8.30 a.m. every weekday morning on RTHK Radio 3. We have a podcast to download after the show and you can also listen through the RT ...
 
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Backchat
Daily
 
Backchat is RTHK Radio 3's current affairs programme with expert panels and listener participation. It airs every weekday from 8.30am-9.30am. Have your say by calling us on 233 88 266, Backchat's Facebook , or send us a message at backchat@rthk.hk Catch it live:Monday to Friday 8.30am - 9.30am (*except holidays) Podcast: Daily update and available after its broadcast.
 
John Tsang, was a Chief executive candidate and made a promises to fix splits, build a hopeful society in the last election campaign . In this series, He is our guest host and goes to meet our cases. Through his eyes, he explores how the cases try to restore a tools, a relationship or conflict among the society, in hopes of raising public awareness.
 
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Taiwan Stories
Weekly
 
There is a shining place is every cities for young people to dream.
 
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Gold Song Talk
Weekly
 
The brand new series of “Gold Song Talk” will uphold the “passing on” spirit of last year’s “Hall of Wisdom” programme. With local pop music and Chinese songs as the theme, this series will invite several distinguished singers to speak to young students on their visits to university campuses. Through interactions and sharing, we hope that our guests can broaden our students’ horizons and inspire them, thereby passing on the precious experience and wisdom of predecessors to our next generatio ...
 
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Cultural Journeys
Weekly
 
Ten journeys with different cultural elements, touches our hearts with arts. Music, Dancing, Singing, Photography, Knitting, Painting, Poetry, Architecture….together they are the platform of communication, recording and passing on of mankind. Policies, religions and values vary in distinct places. Yet, pursue of perfection in arts, interest towards cultures and yearn for humanistic spirits are united as one for all people.
 
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On Friday's Backchat, family business and succession. Hong Kong's second richest Lee Shau-kee has announced his retirement and is planning to hand over his business to his sons. Li Ka-shing and Stanley Ho have also been handing over the reins. By ...
 
On Friday's Money Talk with Richard Harris, we're joined by Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, and on the phone from Sydney, Toby Lawson, Head of Global Markets at Societe Generale Australia. In the second part, we'll be joined by Jonathan Beckett...
 
On Thursday's Backchat, are you feeling happy about Hong Kong? A survey from the HKU public opinion programme suggests that confidence in the future of Hong Kong is at its lowest since 1994. Peoples' trust in the Governments here and in Beijing has dro...
 
The US Federal Reserve has voted unanimously to keep US interest rates unchanged in a range between 2.25%-2.5%. The FOMC doesn’t expect to raise interest rates for the rest of 2019 amid slower economic growth.President Trump said overnight his admini...
 
On Wednesday's Backchat we will talk about the Lantau Tomorrow Vision. Secretary for Development Michael Wong estimates that the reclamation project will cost $624 billion, more than half the city's reserves, and the most expensive infrastructure ...
 
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is writing to the EU to ask for Brexit to be postponed until 30 June or longer. The cabinet couldn’t agree on how long the delay should be for, but one ministerial source said it could be up to two years. EU Brexit negotia...
 
On Tuesday's Backchat, public and private on the waterfront. The Government and the Harbourfront Commission agree that working with the private sector is the best way to revitalise the waterfront. The FS has promised $6 billion for extending and enhanc...
 
UK Prime Minister’s Theresa May’s plans to hold a third vote this week on her Brexit deal have been scuppered by the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, who warned that the deal must first undergo substantive changes before it can be resubmit...
 
On Monday's Backchat, the latest on Brexit. The British parliament has voted to push back departure from the EU until at least June 30. What will EU say? Will there be a general election? Could it be years befoere Brexit - or even never? So many questi...
 
Germany’s two biggest banks, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank announced yesterday that they have entered formal merger talks. The two banks have explored before a tie-up, but previous talks have ended without a deal. The move is reported to have the suppo...
 
On Friday's Backchat, is social media a good thing. After Facebook and other social networking sites suffered one of their worst outages, we ask if they're actually causing more harm than good. Do Instagram, WeChat, Youtube, Snapchat, Twitter, QQ and t...
 
The latest economic data from the mainland shows China’s industrial output growing at the slowest pace in 17 years. The unemployment rate rose to the highest level in two years.US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has confirmed that the trade summi...
 
On Thursday's Backchat we will talk about teachers' stress. The recent death of a teacher and librarian, apparently by suicide, has raised discussion about school management, and the pressure that is on teachers. A recent survey suggested half of them...
 
Good morning. The UK’s House of Commons has voted to reject a no-deal Brexit under any circumstances, in a non-binding vote. However, unless an alternative deal is agreed with the European Union, the UK will crash out of the EU without a deal on 29...
 
On Wednesday's Backchat, elderly healthcare vouchers. People over the age of 65 are entitled to vouchers for private healthcare, a scheme intended to enhance primary care services for the elderly. Now the Government has proposed a $2,000 cap every two ...
 
UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal has been defeated once again in the House of Commons by 391 votes to 242, a majority of 149. The humiliating setback came despite securing what she described as “legally binding changes” from the EU to ensure...
 
On Tuesday's Backchat, taxi fares. An alliance of taxi groups is asking for flagfall in the urban areas to go up to $30 - a 20% increase. Some legislators supprt the rise as it would attract younger people to get into the industry - nearly half o...
 
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange and MSCI have signed an agreement to launch MSCI China A-Share Index Futures denominated in yuan. HKEX chief executive, Charles Li, said in a statement, “this new agreement with MSCI will facilitate the development of a key...
 
On Monday's Backchat, is America interfering in Hong Kong? US Consul General for Hong Kong and Macao Kurt Tong recently warned of the threat of 'political tightening' in Hong Kong. He said that the ' Mainland Central Government’s desire to influen...
 
A series of disappointing economic data on Friday has intensified worries about a faltering global economy. In the US, jobs growth slowed by the most in over a year and a half coming almost to a standstill in February. Just 20,000 new jobs were created...
 
On Friday's Backchat, women entrepreneurs. 21-year-old Kylie Jenner has become the world's youngest self-made billionaire by running a cosmetic business. On Women's Day we talk about the successes and failures of female entrepreneurship. Is it a way to...
 
The European Central Bank has left interest rates on hold at minus 0.4% and said it will not raise them until next year at the earliest after sharply revising lower its forecasts for economic growth and inflation in the Eurozone. GDP was confirmed yest...
 
On Thursday's Backchat, we're talking about road safety, which is back in the spotlight after the fatal accident earlier this week when a double-decker bus ran into a truck which had broken down on the West Kowloon Highway. Some reports say the truck h...
 
The US trade deficit has hit a ten-year high of US$621 billion despite Donald Trump’s efforts to reduce it. The trade deficit with China widened last year by $43.6bn to $419.2bn.The OECD has cut its 2019 global economic growth forecast to 3.3% down f...
 
On Wednesday's Backchat, healthcare spending. The Government has said it will speed up a review of pay for support staff at public hospitals, a day after they threatened to strike. They have been asking for a pay rise of 12% overall - just the latest s...
 
The 13th National People’s Congress commenced in Beijing yesterday, with Premier Li Keqiang warning that the economy faces a “tough struggle.” He lowered China’s 2019 economic growth forecast to between 6% and 6.5% and announced the biggest tax-cut pac...
 
On Tuesday's Backchat, extradition laws. Government plans to amend the extradition laws that will allow hand over fugitives to mainland China, Taiwan and Macau, are being criticised by pan dems and pro-business forces. Should they only apply to cri...
 
Today’s Money Talk was live from the Asia Pacific Council of American Chambers Business Summit 2019, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Wanchai. Joining the programme, to discuss opportunities for American businesses in Asia along with the ongoing geopolitica...
 
On Monday's Backchat, public toilets. The government is setting aside $600 million to upgrade 240 public toilets around town . How do you evaluate our conveniences? What's the worst WC and the best bog? How could cleanliness be improved? Should cleaner...
 
The Wall street Journal is reporting that the US and China are close to a trade deal that could see the lifting of US tariffs on Chinese goods. Over the weekend, President Trump tweeted that he had asked China to immediately remove all tariffs on US ag...
 
On Friday (March 1st) morning 8-9am, a special phone-in with a chance to put your comments and questions directly to the Financial Secretary Paul Chan. After 9am, review of budget with special guests on Backchat.
 
On Thursday's Backchat the Budget. Financial Secretary Paul Chan said HK$10 billion will be set aside for any additional expenditure the Hospital Authority may run up as it struggles to cope with overwhelming demand for services at public hospitals. H...
 
Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary Paul Chan unveiled a cautious budget yesterday with some modest relief for salary earners and SMEs, after announcing a fiscal surplus this year of HK$58.7bn, well down on last year’s record breaking HK$149bn. Mr. Chan al...
 
On Wednesday's Backchat, think tanks in Hong Kong. A 'Policy Innovation and Coordination Office' has replaced the Central Policy Unit for the Government, and plays a big part in putting together the annual policy address. Now it's head Betty Fung says...
 
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has testified before the US Senate Banking Committee warning that rising federal government debt is on an unsustainable path. He said, “the idea that deficits don’t matter for countries that can borrow in their ow...
 
On Tuesday's Backchat, racial discrimination. There's pressure on the administartion to change the law on Racail Discrimination, which has been in place for a decade. As it stands, the Government's functions and powers (including for example many pol...
 
Chinese stocks surged by the most in over three years yesterday back into a bull market after Donald Trump delayed the increase in tariffs on US$200bn of Chinese goods, citing substantial progress in the trade talks. The US President said overnight tha...
 
On Monday's Backchat, private recreational leases. The Home Affairs Bureau recently released the results of the public consultation on Hong Kong's private recreational leases, covering 24 private sport clubs including golf, yachting and cricket. It's r...
 
Trade talks between the US and China in Washington have continued for an extra two days over the weekend. President Trump wrote on Twitter that substantial progress has been made on issues including intellectual property protection, technology transfer...
 
On Friday's Backchat, more on the Greater Bay Area. Thursday's symposium, Co-organised by the People's Government of Guangdong Province, the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the Government of the Macao Special Administrativ...
 
Chinese stocks opened in lacklustre mood after the Fed minutes provided no new clues on the path for US interest rate moves but shares then turned sharply higher after Reuters reported progress in the US-China trade talks. According to the news agen...
 
On Thursday's Backchat, the Fanling Golf Course. The Executive Council has accepted the Task Force's recommendations including developing part of the Fanling Course. Its reported this would mean retaking 32 hectares. The course's private recreational l...
 
Minutes from the latest US Federal Reserve policy meeting show that policymakers felt there was very little risk to halting interest rate increases. The Fed discussed several headwinds to the US economy and decided a pause in rate hikes would give the ...
 
On Wednesday's Backchat, country parks. The AFCD has launched a consultation on enhancing the recreation and education potential of country parks and special areas. It covers enhancing existing facilities, including the visitors' centres; open museums;...
 
President Trump said overnight that March 1 is not a "magical date" for a China trade deal, sending US stocks to their session highs. Trade talks between the US and China have resumed in Washington and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He will meet with US Trad...
 
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