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Operation Santa Claus is an annual charity drive organized by RTHK Radio 3 and the South China Morning Post. The campaign seeks to raise funds and awareness for Hong Kong charities, often the smaller and needier ones, throughout December.
 
Global Perspective is an annual series in which documentary makers from around the world (including RTHK) bring together stories that offer unique perspectives and thoughts on a single theme. This year's theme is "Old School, New School".
 
Global Perspective is an annual series in which documentary makers from around the world (including RTHK) bring together stories that offer unique perspectives and thoughts on a single theme. This year's theme is "Old School, New School".
 
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Stand at the Bellingen look-out, high above one of the many river valleys on the north coast of Australia’s New South Wales, and waves of camphor laurel trees spread out beneath you. Camphors and more camphors as far as the eye can see… Huge exotic inv...
 
Stand at the Bellingen look-out, high above one of the many river valleys on the north coast of Australia’s New South Wales, and waves of camphor laurel trees spread out beneath you. Camphors and more camphors as far as the eye can see… Huge exotic inv...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
In this week's episode of our Global Perspective series "Old School, New School", RTE Radio 1 Ireland's Sarah Blake travelled to the Gambia, West Africa, where a group retired teachers are bringing the lessons they have learned as educators in Ireland ...
 
In this week's episode of our Global Perspective series "Old School, New School", RTE Radio 1 Ireland's Sarah Blake travelled to the Gambia, West Africa, where a group retired teachers are bringing the lessons they have learned as educators in Ireland ...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
In this week’s episode of our Global Perspective series “Old School, New School”, presenter Andrea Wenzel of WAMU American University Radio visits a historically Black neighborhood in Washington DC. When Ethiopian businesses moved in , they caused some...
 
In this week’s episode of our Global Perspective series “Old School, New School”, presenter Andrea Wenzel of WAMU American University Radio visits a historically Black neighborhood in Washington DC. When Ethiopian businesses moved in , they caused some...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
The BBC World Service Mair Bosworth visits A Family Business in the East end of London to find out some of the conflicts involved when two generations of the same family work together.15-4-2012
 
SAfm presents you a story of addiction in the township of Chatsworth near Durban. Chatsworth was set up as an Indian township under apartheid in the 1960s and retains its Indian character today. Chervon Chetty who grew up in Durban with relatives i...
 
SAfm presents you a story of addiction in the township of Chatsworth near Durban. Chatsworth was set up as an Indian township under apartheid in the 1960s and retains its Indian character today. Chervon Chetty who grew up in Durban with relatives i...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
The BBC World Service Mair Bosworth visits A Family Business in the East end of London to find out some of the conflicts involved when two generations of the same family work together.15-4-2012By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Late November 2011, Ontario Superior Court Justice Patrick Moore set a trial date, September 2013, for the first of a series of class actions suits against three, nowshuttered, Ontario institutions for the developmentally disabled.Former residents,...
 
Late November 2011, Ontario Superior Court Justice Patrick Moore set a trial date, September 2013, for the first of a series of class actions suits against three, nowshuttered, Ontario institutions for the developmentally disabled.Former residents,...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
To the untrained ear and eye, Cantonese Opera is bewildering. It’s a highly stylized art form that dates back perhaps eight hundred years and involves complex costumes, elaborate make-up and hair, formalized gestures, story lines from Chinese history a...
 
To the untrained ear and eye, Cantonese Opera is bewildering. It’s a highly stylized art form that dates back perhaps eight hundred years and involves complex costumes, elaborate make-up and hair, formalized gestures, story lines from Chinese history a...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
In this last episode of the Global Perspective series, WAMU producer Andrea Wenzel finds out how a gay couple runs an Algerian American restaurant — and wrestle with cultural adaptation, American identity, and small town politics. (Sun 8.30am~9am) 24...
 
In this last episode of the Global Perspective series, WAMU producer Andrea Wenzel finds out how a gay couple runs an Algerian American restaurant — and wrestle with cultural adaptation, American identity, and small town politics. (Sun 8.30am~9am) 24...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
In this week's Global Perspective’s, Lesego Mangwanyane of SAFM radio in Johannesburg in 'The Ancestors are Calling' explores the role of sangomas, traditional healers in contemporary South African life, and wonders anxiously if she herself is destined...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
In this week's Global Perspective’s, Lesego Mangwanyane of SAFM radio in Johannesburg in 'The Ancestors are Calling' explores the role of sangomas, traditional healers in contemporary South African life, and wonders anxiously if she herself is destined...
 
In this Radio New Zealand contribution to the 2011 Global Perspectives series, we feature the story of a gay naval officer, Lieutenant-Commander Kevin Sanderson. Along with other gay and lesbian Defence personnel, Kevin Sanderson is able to serve his c...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
In this Radio New Zealand contribution to the 2011 Global Perspectives series, we feature the story of a gay naval officer, Lieutenant-Commander Kevin Sanderson. Along with other gay and lesbian Defence personnel, Kevin Sanderson is able to serve his c...
 
Sanne, Tom and Bo are young and idealistic. And like many of their friends and contemporaries, they can’t afford a home at current Amsterdam prices, so they followed a time honoured Dutch tradition: they found an empty apartment building and with a ...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Sanne, Tom and Bo are young and idealistic. And like many of their friends and contemporaries, they can’t afford a home at current Amsterdam prices, so they followed a time honoured Dutch tradition: they found an empty apartment building and with a ...
 
This week, from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, “Who says I can’t” takes on a double meaning. There is the defiance of Eduardo Lopez, and the price it exacts. And then there is the story of those in authority…those who say, you can’t. ...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
This week, from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, “Who says I can’t” takes on a double meaning. There is the defiance of Eduardo Lopez, and the price it exacts. And then there is the story of those in authority…those who say, you can’t. ...
 
Around one billion people in the world rely on fish as their primary source of protein, but fishermen in many parts of the world are having greater restrictions put on their fishing because of concerns about the level of fish stocks. In this week’s Glo...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Around one billion people in the world rely on fish as their primary source of protein, but fishermen in many parts of the world are having greater restrictions put on their fishing because of concerns about the level of fish stocks. In this week’s Glo...
 
In Hong Kong, Bun Chai has been struggling to regain control over his life. He was paralysed from the neck down in an accident twenty years ago. After spending more than a decade in a hospital bed, he made a public appeal for the right to die.In th...
 
In Hong Kong, Bun Chai has been struggling to regain control over his life. He was paralysed from the neck down in an accident twenty years ago. After spending more than a decade in a hospital bed, he made a public appeal for the right to die.In th...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Disabled people are rarely touched in a loving way or thought of as sexually desirable yet they have the same need for a sexual life as everyone else. In this confronting program John Blades, who has a major disability himself, talks to sex workers abo...
 
Disabled people are rarely touched in a loving way or thought of as sexually desirable yet they have the same need for a sexual life as everyone else. In this confronting program John Blades, who has a major disability himself, talks to sex workers abo...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
In late August of 2009, an arsonist started a fire that burned more than 160,000 acres in the mountains around Los Angeles County. Known as the Station Fire, it was one of the largest fires in the community's history. Flames reached reported lengths of...
 
In late August of 2009, an arsonist started a fire that burned more than 160,000 acres in the mountains around Los Angeles County. Known as the Station Fire, it was one of the largest fires in the community's history. Flames reached reported lengths of...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
In this first person documentary, Tristan Whiston chronicles his yearlong gender transition, from woman to man, through the change in his singing voice. Tristan Whiston first performed as solo soprano at the age of six. Years of hard work led to an...
 
In this first person documentary, Tristan Whiston chronicles his yearlong gender transition, from woman to man, through the change in his singing voice. Tristan Whiston first performed as solo soprano at the age of six. Years of hard work led to an...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Leung Kwok Hung, or “Longhair” as he is better known, has been an active Marxist for forty years. His political activism has led him to be jailed on several occasions and yet in recent years he’s found enough support in traditionally conservative Hong ...
 
New Zealand is renowned for its sweeping natural landscape, safe, clean-green environment, and ready access to adventure sports and tourism. But how does the landscape influence the character and mentality of those who inhabit it? With a population o...
 
On the South Western edge of Johannesburg, densely populated Soweto is where Freddy and Sibusiso, both young men in their 20s, live and are looking for work. Unemployment among young people there is over 40%, higher than the national average in South A...
 
Every year up to twenty people die completely alone in Amsterdam. There are no friends or family to prepare their funeral or mourn over the body. Sometimes these people are illegal migrants, drug mules, or simply people who for one reason or another, c...
 
Wedge Island is located in a secluded spot on the rugged, windswept Indian Ocean coastline 170kms north of the Western Australian capital city Perth. Fifty years ago, crayfisherman and holiday makers became squatters erecting corrugated tin shacks on ...
 
Wedge Island is located in a secluded spot on the rugged, windswept Indian Ocean coastline 170kms north of the Western Australian capital city Perth. Fifty years ago, crayfisherman and holiday makers became squatters erecting corrugated tin shacks on ...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
On the South Western edge of Johannesburg, densely populated Soweto is where Freddy and Sibusiso, both young men in their 20s, live and are looking for work. Unemployment among young people there is over 40%, higher than the national average in South A...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Every year up to twenty people die completely alone in Amsterdam. There are no friends or family to prepare their funeral or mourn over the body. Sometimes these people are illegal migrants, drug mules, or simply people who for one reason or another, c...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
New Zealand is renowned for its sweeping natural landscape, safe, clean-green environment, and ready access to adventure sports and tourism. But how does the landscape influence the character and mentality of those who inhabit it? With a population o...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Leung Kwok Hung, or “Longhair” as he is better known, has been an active Marxist for forty years. His political activism has led him to be jailed on several occasions and yet in recent years he’s found enough support in traditionally conservative Hong ...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Almost weekly there are stories in the British press about backlogs in the UK asylum system, and the pressure this puts on asylum seekers. No-one in the UK is more marginalised than asylum seekers who have not had their applications accepted, but not b...
 
Almost weekly there are stories in the British press about backlogs in the UK asylum system, and the pressure this puts on asylum seekers. No-one in the UK is more marginalised than asylum seekers who have not had their applications accepted, but not b...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
In TRAFFIC ISLANDS:DIVIDING LINES we meet denizens of three islands in the US – researchers prowling one of New York City's famous streets, a man living on the traffic islands of Washington, DC, and a Maryland family that turned a rural streetscape int...
 
In TRAFFIC ISLANDS:DIVIDING LINES we meet denizens of three islands in the US – researchers prowling one of New York City's famous streets, a man living on the traffic islands of Washington, DC, and a Maryland family that turned a rural streetscape int...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
From Harbour to Hotspot : The atmosphere in Amsterdam is largely characterised by water. In fact, a large part of the city consists of century old islands, all man-made. KNSM-Island, Java-Island, Sporenburg, the Cattle-market. This group of islands, pe...By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
From Harbour to Hotspot : The atmosphere in Amsterdam is largely characterised by water. In fact, a large part of the city consists of century old islands, all man-made. KNSM-Island, Java-Island, Sporenburg, the Cattle-market. This group of islands, pe...
 
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