Best 香港電台 podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Hong Kong Today
Daily
 
RTHK's morning news programme. Weekdays 6:30 - 8:00
 
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Newswrap
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Our main evening newscast. Weekdays 18:00 - 19:00.
 
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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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News at One
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RTHK's lunchtime bulletin.
 
Leaders from Hong Kong's political parties and government departments take their turn to have their say.Catch it live: Sunday 8:15am - 8:25am Podcast: Weekly 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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News at Eleven
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A wrap-up of the day's top news.
 
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Police Report
Weekly
 
Police Report is a weekly 5 minutes TV programme jointly produced by Radio Television Hong Kong and Hong Kong Police Force. Primarily it aims at appealing to the general public the recent crime trends, and giving crime prevention advises.The programme is aired every Monday on RTHK31 at 17:55.
 
Today from 8am to 9 am on RTHK Radio 3, we'll be hosting a special phone-in programme with Chief Executive, Carrie Lam. Grab the chance and put your view to him directly - call 2338 8266, comment on Facebook or email backchat@rthk.hk.
 
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Gold Song Talk
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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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The Works
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RTHK' s The Works focuses on Hong Kong's arts and cultural scene. The Works features news and reviews of visual and performing arts, design, literary and other “ works ” . Added illumination comes from interviews with leading performers and producers, interspersed with updates on events affecting the development of the territory 's artistic and cultural life. There's also in – most weeks – a live studio performance. The Works is aired on RTHK 31 & 31A every Wednesday at 17:30, and a repeat e ...
 
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Windtakers
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“Windtaking” refers to the gleaning of folk customs, in particular, the collection of regional folk songs and folk music. “Windtaking” originated from “Sorrow ferments when the emperor does not glean folk songs; governors no longer write poems; music officers do not pursue elegance; and a kingdom’s history leaves out transformation.” from “Zhong Shuo” by WANG Tong in Sui Dynasty.“Wind” was referred to as folk songs in ancient time and that was why the gleaning activities of folk songs were c ...
 
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The Pulse
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RTHK's English-language current affairs programme that takes "The Pulse" of Hong Kong ... and the world around it. "The Pulse" is presented by locally and internationally known journalist and writer Steve Vines. Its focus? The latest events and trends that affect Hong Kong - from the corridors of power and business boardrooms, to the streets and dai pai dongs. "The Pulse" is politics. What's happening in the Legislative Council and on the streets right now. "The Pulse" is the media, informin ...
 
Alyson Hau in Teen Time picks highlights from week's programme for you.
 
Alyson Hau in Teen Time picks highlights from week's programme for you.
 
Radio 3's award winning weekly in depth analysis of Asian issues from one of Hong Kong's leading journalists.After 18 years of weekly broadcasts, Reflections from Asia, written and presented by Harvey Stockwin, and produced by Phil Whelan, is taking an indefinite rest. Over the years, Harvey has informed listeners with his sharp and profound analysis of the major events and movements in our region, drawing on his extensive knowledge of politics and history, and his expertise as a narrator co ...
 
~ Every Wednesday 18:55 ATV (World) ~This is a series of 13 documentaries about volunteerism. Each episode will focus on one or two Hong Kong people who are doing different types of volunteer work in different areas of the world. By telling the stories of these HK volunteers, audiences will have a clearer picture on the different needs around the world, also one will know more about the in depth feeling of these HK volunteers.
 
How does a person age? How do you determine whether a person is old? As the society and medical technology progress, human life expectancy lengthens. This series focuses on seniors, and explores how ageing affects their bodily functions, skin, eyesight, digestive system, sex ability, memory, hearing, and psychological self. In addition, this series aims to provide scientific explanations for issues that have arisen or may arise in one’s body, and to educate the viewers about the ageing proce ...
 
Radio 3's award winning weekly in depth analysis of Asian issues from one of Hong Kong's leading journalists.After 18 years of weekly broadcasts, Reflections from Asia, written and presented by Harvey Stockwin, and produced by Phil Whelan, is taking an indefinite rest. Over the years, Harvey has informed listeners with his sharp and profound analysis of the major events and movements in our region, drawing on his extensive knowledge of politics and history, and his expertise as a narrator co ...
 
Work is a lifelong commitment, not only can it bring economic returns, but more importantly, a person can also gain himself social recognition and affirmation through his working ability. Although persons with physical disabilities have physical constraints, they too, have wisdom and strength. Like everyone else, they can achieve self-actualisation, contribute to the society, and pursue a fulfilling life. Without a voice, one can sing with one’s thoughts, without limbs, one can soar with one ...
 
Christmas Concert in the Park 2013 - Party at Tamar. A potpourri of popular band music and choral pieces, including the flute showpiece Carmen fantasy, much loved choral works The Holy City, Amazing Crace and The Heavens are Telling. Together with a Christmas Medley specially arranged by Bill connor.
 
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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Changemakers
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"Changemakers" features individuals who seek to benefit Hong Kong. In six episodes, Queenie Man speaks to different inspirational guests on their journey of making a difference. Perhaps they can influence you too... The show airs every Saturday morning.
 
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Peaks and Troughs
Weekly
 
With a different weekly angle, through interviews and stories, Anna Healy Fenton looks at the ups and downs of everyday life for the people of Hong Kong. This programme is produced by Phil Whelan.
 
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Transformers
Weekly
 
This program serves as a platform for dialogue between outstanding leaders of different generations who are either developed or grew up in the past two decades locally in Hong Kong, through which we wish to enhance mutual understanding and to inspire the audience to work up with their goals.
 
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Angels on Earth
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Fishy Business
Weekly
 
Five-part commissioned documentary series features how marine species and ecology being affected by human activities. Produced by Monster Productions Ltd.
 
The programme is aired from 23 August to 04 October 2012, every Thursday evening on TVB Pearl at 18:55.
 
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Cancer Series
Weekly
 
This series is sponsored by Hong Kong Medical Specialists Association. It contains 8 stories of cancer patients based on real cases including : Lymophoma, Nasopharyngeal Cancer, HER2 Gastric cancer, Glioblastoma (GBM Brain Tumor), Colorectal Cancer, Lung Cancer, Breast Cancer & Myelofibrosis.
 
This series of Hong Kong Stories subtitled “Dash to the Finish Line” focuses on the intense pace of life in the city. All ten stories testify to the will, spirit and ability of the people of Hong Kong: their creativity, professionalism, and can-do attitude. We will see how they are able to give their best under pressure. How they race against time, overcome difficulties, and work as a team to meet the deadlines set for the tasks they have on hand.
 
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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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HK Geographic 7
Weekly
 
A series of 10 documentary TV programmes about the geographic and natural environment in Hong Kong. The purpose is to capture the beauty of Hong Kong countryside, to provide knowledge and the update situation of different habitats, in order to draw the awareness from general public to concern and care about Hong Kong nature.
 
This year, Operation Santa Claus is helping 22 local charities with projects that improve the lives of sick children, the elderly, people with disabilities and many others. Your help can make a real difference to them. Please donate to us now!
 
Turn open any dictionary and one will commonly see the word “happiness” as simply referring to any subject’s general “state of well-being and contentment”. One could thus argue that as opposed to our modern-day social interpretation of the word, “happiness” by its most original definition, was never intended for any existing ties with precepts of money or material wealth. And in the case of Hong Kong, where by the attempts of recent research to gauge the city’s general state of happiness, th ...
 
Small Change, Big ChangePlease support Operation Santa ClausChristmas is about loving and sharing. It is about embracing others with warmth, love and hope. This Christmas, we invite you to help us extend love and support to those less fortunate and brighten up their Christmas.This year, Operation Sana Claus is helping 23 local charities with projects that will improve the quality of life for children, the elderly, people with disabilities and those in need.Your help will make a real differen ...
 
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In Conversation
Weekly
 
Most of the time, most of the people we see talking on current affairs shows are people who are there to discuss the issue of the day. In reality, these people are multi-facetted and multi-dimensional. "In Conversation" is a talk show, hosted by Stephen Davies, that hopes to get beyond the single issue interview. In choosing our guests we want to find people in whom we can bring out many dimensions of their experience, knowledge, and hopes. They may be politicians, artists, writers, social f ...
 
Hong Kong is truly a world city. Here you can find nationalities from all over the globe. According to the 2011 census, there are 451,000 ethnic minorities living in Hong Kong, making up 6.4% of the total population. It is a threefold increase from ten years ago. This series documents the lives of ethnic minorities with long-term residency in Hong Kong, especially how they live among the local Chinese. The subjects include the grassroots, those who have a certain degree of success in their c ...
 
Wouldn’t it be great if only in life, we could actually see reflections of ourselves through the people we meet? We would learn about our blind spots or weaknesses or even discover personal aspirations that would help drive our own course of life towards success. We are all bound to meet different kinds of people in life; some are meant to be your acquaintances at best, some are your precious friends who witness important moments of life with you, and some are even destined to be both your t ...
 
Underwater photography came into being only a few decades ago. Its growth was hindered by the limitation of the available photographic equipment. However, with the development of science and technology, underwater photography has become a popular pastime. Most diving enthusiasts bring a camera with them when they go diving to take pictures of the colourful underwater world.Although underwater photography is no longer an elitist pursuit, but there are still very few professional underwater ph ...
 
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State of the Art
Weekly
 
'State of the Art' is a new weekend program focusing on in depth conversations with authors and artists about the elements that influence their work. Books and art are favorite pastimes for many Hong Kong-ers especially to relax with on the weekend. Or to offer an escape to a new world, away from the humdrum of daily life. When it comes to books, there is so much out there in English, Chinese translations and from the rest of Asia. All too often, a reader's interest is piqued by the story be ...
 
For the past 30 years, Operation Santa Claus has received heartwarming support from hundreds of thousands of supporters. Your help has enabled us to financially support many not-for-profit organisations that serve the less fortunate in Hong Kong. This Christmas, we invite you to join us again to bring hope & joy to those in need.This year, Operation Santa Claus is helping 14 local charities with projects that will improve the quality of life for children, youth, the elderly, and those in nee ...
 
Small Change, Big ChangePlease support Operation Santa ClausChristmas is about loving and sharing. It is about embracing others with warmth, love and hope. This Christmas, we invite you to help us extend love and support to those less fortunate and brighten up their Christmas.This year, Operation Sana Claus is helping 23 local charities with projects that will improve the quality of life for children, the elderly, people with disabilities and those in need.Your help will make a real differen ...
 
We Hongkongers are enthusiastic about travelling and we trek around the globe. When it comes to travelling within Hong Kong though, we are simply not interested. We never consider the place our first choice as a destination, not to mention digging deeper into it. “What does Hong Kong have to offer?” That’s our question. In “Hong Kong Stories – Rediscover Hong Kong”, guests from various sectors and with different interests and specialties are invited to design “alternative” travel routes toge ...
 
The ongoing West Kowloon Cultural District project generates gravity that pulls public focus onto arts and cultural development of Hong Kong. Since 2013, the West Kowloon Cultural District has gradually become a community talking point. From folk programs such as Renaissance Concert and Clockenflap Music and Arts Festival, to official events like Freespace Fest, Bamboo Theatre, and Mobile M+: Inflation hosted by West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, the awakening district has found its w ...
 
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New Prime of Life
Weekly
 
A fallacy that people have is that they have only one purpose in life. Life is short and we only live once. We must manage our time wisely and make the most of the opportunities it brings. Some people leave their achievements in the past, bravely step out of their comfort zones and challenge the unknown. Reaching out to their dreams, they set forth to a brand new adventure. Wish, and await the curtains to draw back, for the next exciting act! "New Prime of Life" introduces a group of people ...
 
SynopsisLate at night while most office workers and employees are lying comfortably in bed, sleeping and recuperating, so as to prepare for the coming day; a group of midnight workers are setting off their journeys in the dim light of night, and rendering services to the community.Hong Kong is a cosmopolitan city that runs around the clock, and under the glittering light of this sleepless city, there are nightwalkers and those who work all night long for living, such as employees at containe ...
 
Death is impartial, either to the poor or to the bigwigs, it is inescapable. Although everyone rationally understands that Death will come visit sooner or later, it is challenging in real life to live with no regrets and to die in peace. The busy working Hong Kong people in particular, have their energy all drained just to cope with their lives, leaving them with no mental power to dwell on the issue of death. In the end, people are usually overwhelmed at Death’s door. Regardless of the hect ...
 
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After nurses protested last weekend over excessive workloads, next it's the turn of doctors at public hospitals to air their grievances. A forum is planned for them this Saturday, and their questions will be answered by Health Secretary Sophia Chan and...
 
The Australian government is investigating reports that a Chinese-Australian writer has gone missing in China. A friend of Yang Hengjun, a blogger and former Chinese diplomat, said the writer has not been heard from since flying from New York to Guangz...
 
Technology hasn’t just reshaped many aspects of our daily lives, it has also redefined and changed how art is made. Today’s artists may use an array of technological and scientific tools, including lasers, augmented reality, 3D printing, computer progr...
 
The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Hong Kong has urged the government to let school children receive nasal flu vaccines as an alternative to injections. The society’s president, William Chui, said the effectiveness of the new vaccines, which are sp...
 
Afghan officials say at least 65 security personnel are now known to have died in a devastating attack on an intelligence base in Wardak province on Monday. More than forty others were wounded in the assault on the National Directorate for Security com...
 
Pan-democratic lawmakers are planning to meet the Chief Secretary, Matthew Cheung, on Thursday, to press the government to scrap plans to tighten age requirements for elderly welfare payments. The administration wants to raise the minimum age for elder...
 
Pro-government lawmakers are urging the administration not to rush back in to try to push through controversial plans to adjust tolls at three cross-harbour tunnels. The government was forced to pull a motion from Legco at the last minute after it beca...
 
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Voting is underway in the southern Philippines in a referendum on whether to create a new Muslim autonomous region in the volatile Mindanao region. Two cities are voting first, and other areas will vote on February 6. RTHK's Philippines correspondent A...
 
China may have released new figures showing that its GDP expanded at its slowest rate in three decades in 2018, but an economist is confident that increased infrastructure spending will help prop up the economy this year. China's economy grew just 6.6 ...
 
A mainland tourist died on Monday after being hit by a window that fell from the 16th floor of a hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui. The 24-year-old woman from Guangdong had only just arrived in Hong Kong. A cleaner at The Mira hotel on Nathan Road has been arrest...
 
Dear Ashley, How are your students treating you lately? Are they still keeping you on your toes with their rackety yet endearing ways? I hope you had the chance to recharge during the Christmas holidays, and are ready to tackle the new term. Teachers...
 
On Tuesday, British Prime Minister Teresa May faced an unprecedentedly crushing defeat in the House of Commons. Her Brexit deal which sets out the terms under which Britain might leave the European Union was rejected by 230 votes. Labour leader Jeremy ...
 
A senior North Korean negotiator has arrived in Washington, and he's believed to be carrying a message to US President Donald Trump from the North's leader Kim Jong-un. Kim Yong-chul is also expected to hold talks with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo...
 
Almost 200 kindergartens and childcare centres will be suspended for seven days from Saturday because of the flu outbreak. The Centre for Health Protection says it's now a "critical time" in trying to prevent the situation from worsening. Jim Gould ask...
 
The government's announced that a new monthly "employment support supplement" of a little over one-thousand dollars will be given to welfare recipients aged 60 to 64. The new subsidy was announced by Chief Executive Carrie Lam, after a week of intense ...
 
Offering condolences to someone who's just lost a loved one is never easy, and when the death is the result of suicide, it can be even harder to find the right words. Researchers from the University of Hong Kong's social work department says it's best ...
 
Two women have been jailed after pleading guilty to abusing a four-year-old girl they were looking after for a friend. The violence was so bad, the girl needed surgery to treat a brain haemorrhage, and the judge said the abuse was only carried out for ...
 
The head of a nurses' association on Wednesday warned that staff at public hospitals are being exploited and treated like slaves. Joseph Lee, who is also a lawmaker, said hospitals are overflowing with patients during the winter flu season. He said thi...
 
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