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So Many Damn Books
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Christopher (@cdhermelin) and Drew (@drewsof) talk about reading, literature, publishing, and trying to make it through their never-dwindling stack of things to read. All with a themed drink in their hands.Recorded at the Damn Library in Brooklyn, NY. For show info, book lists, and drink recipes, visit somanydamnbooks.com
 
The Off The Ball shambolic Quiz of the Week: Every Friday at 7.45.
 
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Bionic Bug Podcast
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Where Fiction Meets Reality…in the Future
 
Mental Health. Philosophy. Inspiration. Idols. Instagram: @performance_doc
 
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Don’t be afraid of the arts. You too can enjoy it! Don't believe us? Tune in to Front Row to find out about the best shows and exhibitions that will recharge your brain and restore your spirit, as told by the producers, performers and artists themselves.
 
The Harry Potter Lexicon website has been in existence for almost two decades. Over that time, J.K Rowling thrilled us with her magical creation — in novels, interviews, on her websites, on Twitter, and more.And here at the Lexicon, a small group of dedicated fans have worked very hard over all those years to catalogue all the magical details she revealed. The Lexicon website has always been seen as the gold standard for careful research and faithfulness to Rowling’s created world, all becau ...
 
Ryan and Bryan Do Crosswords
 
We are a podcast dedicated to reviewing single chapters of the worldwide, mega-hit manga series, Dragon Ball created by Akira Toriyama.
 
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An art exhibition called “Chia Yu Chian: Private Lives” explores the works of late Malaysian artist Chia Yu Chian - specifically his works from the late 1960s to his death in 1990 that focus on glimpses of people and moments around Kuala Lumpur city. We speak with the exhibition’s curators, Rahel Joseph and Simon Soon, about the significance of ...…
 
There is so much to love in chapter 29 of Order of the Phoenix. The focus if the first part of the chapter is Harry’s meeting with McGonagall to discuss plans for his future, memorably attended by Umbridge. At the end of the chapter, we watch Fred and George flying majestically into the sunset, leaving Hogwarts to start their joke shop business ...…
 
Charlie Jane Anders teleports into the Damn Library for a very sci-fi episode around her new novel, The City in the Middle of the Night. Anders talks tidally locked planets, the gargantuan effort it took to write her new novel, being accurate vs. writing a good story, and things to buy when you're about to go on book tour. Plus, she brought an ...…
 
The gallery, Artemis Art, kicks off its 2019 exhibition with a three-artist show titled ‘Collision Violence’. The three--Amirul Alwi, Tomi Heri and Radhinal Indra--have perspectives and experiences which violently collide when their visual manifestations are put together in the same space. The artists share their creative processes and some of ...…
 
It’s clear to everyone who reads the Harry Potter books that J.K. Rowling is an accomplished wordsmith and a big fan of wordplay. She clearly delights in choosing just the right names for characters and other things in the wizarding world. With that in mind, I’d like to take a moment today to look at some examples of anagrams to be found in the ...…
 
Darren Cleary, Nathan Murphy & Adrian Barry square off in this week's edition of The Crappy Q...
 
On a Sunday afternoon, a little over 24-hours after she landed in Kuala Lumpur, Ana Woolf talked to our producer about the melding of her life and her work. She shared her understanding of what it means to her to be an artist and what she offers to those whose lives meet hers. In town to perform, share and teach she peeled back the covers to gi ...…
 
There are a lot of couples in the Harry Potter universe, some are great and some … not so much. Let’s look at the seven best couples of the Harry Potter Universe and some of the ones that didn’t work out. At number one we have Arthur and Molly Weasley, how can you go wrong with putting them at number one? Because of Arthur and Molly, we get all ...…
 
Inspired by the critical essay “The Laugh of the Medusa” by Hélène Cixous, To Which My Brother Laughed is a devised work in response to the caning of the two women in Terengganu on Sept 3 2018. Sheena Baharudin welcomes two members from the production for a chat about their motivation, and how poetry found its way into the play.…
 
Early interviews with J.K. Rowling followed a very familiar pattern. The interviewer would tell the tale of the poor, penniless single mother who wrote the first Harry Potter book in cafes because her flat wasn’t heated. Much of this story was exaggerated, by the way. Then they would ask the same familiar questions: How did you invent the story ...…
 
Nathan, Tommy & Adrian square off in this week's edition of the Crappy Quiz.
 
This year The Actors Studio celebrates its 30th anniversary and is reprising the play with which it launched itself back in 1989--Norm & Ahmed (1968) written by Australian playwright Alex Buzo. Here is a 50-year-old two-hander about racism and the many different cloaks it wears. Our guests point to the relevance of the play to “Malaysia Baru” a ...…
 
Karen Thompson Walker drops in to dream a little dream with Christopher and Drew in the dreamy Damn Library to discuss her new novel, The Dreamers. They discuss outbreak fiction, writing about college, and what-if scenarios, as well as Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go, which prompts a discussion of writing about sci-fi premises through non sci- ...…
 
I’m enjoying my re-read of Order of the Phoenix so much … It’s not really that I’m surprised very often. After all, I’ve read the book so often that each sentence feels as familiar as a my favorite pair of slippers. It’s just that even after all these times reading the book, I still get that same pleasure from spending time with Harry, Ron, and ...…
 
Many of us would be familiar with the popular Malay legend of Puteri Gunung Ledang. Penang-based artist Foo May Lyn is presenting her own interpretation of this story, with an exhibition called 10,000 Mosquito Hearts, which re-examines the legend from multiple perspectives. We speak with May Lyn and OurArtProjects’ project manager Ellen Lee abo ...…
 
Despite years of awareness campaigns, people living with HIV and AIDS continue to face stigmatisation. A play called Forget Me Not aims to raise awareness about this discrimination with a story inspired by a real-life person living with HIV. Produced by Anomalist Production, the show features the talents of debut playwright Aishah Mohamad and u ...…
 
Recently, I’ve had some conflicting feelings about everyone’s favorite Potions Master, Severus Snape. When asked if I’m a Snape fan or not, I immediately answer: no. He is definitely one of my least favorite characters, I do not think he was a hero, and I would say that what he felt for Lily was not love. However, recently, I re-listened to the ...…
 
While on his break from the UK, Aaron Teoh, Malaysian singer and performer, tells about his adventure going there as a house-husband and freelance actor. His wife was going to school. Hear how he auditioned and performed in several productions and will be returning to the UK to perform in The King & I as Prince Chulalongkorn, the oldest son of ...…
 
Hey everyone, welcome back to Bionic Bug podcast! You’re listening to episode 42. This is your host Natasha Bajema, fiction author, futurist, and national security expert. I’m recording this episode on January 26, 2019. I’m sad to say that this is my final episode of the Bionic Bug podcast. This is somewhat bittersweet because I’ve grown fond o ...…
 
Going chapter by chapter through Chamber of Secrets was so much fun, I wanted to do another series just like it. I decided to tackle Harry Potter and the Cursed Child as my next book, for a couple of reasons. The first reason is I’m hoping a slower more thoughtful read through of this story will give me a better perception of the Cursed Child. ...…
 
Pudu Jail was one of those places that captured our imagination, both for its actual historical value and for the usual tales that circulate about a prison and its inmates. “The Pudu Jail’s Graffiti” exhibition takes us inside the prison to literally give us a look at its wall, with its documentation of the drawings and etchings that the inmate ...…
 
Chapter one of the Goblet of Fire was a big surprise for the Harry Potter fans who read it for the first time. Unlike the previous books, this book did not start with the Dursleys. It opened at Little Hangleton, with a murder mystery that reminded me of English detective series. Chapter one also surprised many a fan who read it for the second t ...…
 
A football special. I speak about the article I wrote for extratime.ie in which I address the emotional struggles I had in my early days as a coach with Shels 1st team. I focus on the high profile players who have very openly about dealing with mental health issues. Also I look at the superb poem Denis Prose which is an anagram for depression, ...…
 
Christopher and Drew decide on their shared 4 favorite reads of the year, and add in one personal pick. But they don't stop there! They mention a couple 2018 reads that are next up on their lists, a favorite read in 2018 but not published in 2018, and ya know, more of those silly types of list categories. It's good to be back. contribute! https ...…
 
Over the almost twenty years of the website’s existence, we have been challenged for our use of Rowling’s interviews as canon. That’s perfectly understandable, especially since we make a point of NOT including the Potter films. Why one and not the other? There is an obvious response, that those films were not created by Rowling and the intervie ...…
 
Last year, Lee Ching scored high with her directorial debut, OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder). She used her own ailments and the experiences they afford as the impetus to create that piece. She kicks off 2019 with In/Out which also deals with something personal to her. She says, “I have been diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome, Attention Defici ...…
 
Hey everyone, welcome back to Bionic Bug podcast! You’re listening to episode 41. This is your host Natasha Bajema, fiction author, futurist, and national security expert. I’m recording this episode on January 20, 2019. Two episodes in one week? Yes, it’s true. This is my second to last episode of Bionic Bug. If you’ve enjoyed the podcast, I ho ...…
 
Hey everyone, welcome back to Bionic Bug podcast! You’re listening to episode 40. This is your host Natasha Bajema, fiction author, futurist, and national security expert. I’m recording this episode on January 20, 2019. Let’s talk tech: Outerspace is heating up. My headline for this week is “Pentagon to Study Putting Anti-Missile Laser Weapons ...…
 
Adrian Barry, Tommy Rooney and Nathan Murphy battle it out on the Crappy Quiz.
 
Malaysian artists Chuah Shu Ruei and Wong Xiang Yi are presenting a two-woman exhibition at Rimbun Dahan Gallery, called “You Belong to Night & Rojak Aesthetics”. Though very different in terms of their approach to artmaking, both are exploring ideas of what it means to make art not just Malaysian, but accessible. We speak to both artists about ...…
 
The Malaysian Jazz Piano Festival has grown over the years to become an important aspect of the annual music calendar, especially when it comes to its emphasis on young musicians and students, with not only performances but music clinics and competitions too. This year is the sixth edition of the festival. We speak to pianist Tay Cher Siang, wh ...…
 
I have this weird thing about fate in the Harry Potter books. There’s just so many close shaves where Harry barely makes it out alive. I always come back to believing that fate has a hand in all of it. The funny thing about that is one of the main themes in this series is choices. Everyone’s heard that famous quote about how our choices show us ...…
 
The actor, artistic director and winner of ADA Drama Awards, best actor in a leading role, shares on his creating and localising a French play ‘Maids’ by Jean Genet. He gives insights into his choices and changes--like the multilingual text, the reduction of the cast--and how such modifications shift the weight of the play.…
 
In this episode I talk about sickness...literally! I celebrate being well...literally! I talk about the new challenge running 247km in 72 hours. I highlight the incredible story from 1946 when a plane crashed into Djouce Mountain in Wicklow. The episode finishes with some wisdom from your favourite 90's boyband East 17. Enjoy!…
 
Hey everyone, welcome back to Bionic Bug podcast! You’re listening to episode 39. This is your host Natasha Bajema, fiction author, futurist, and national security expert. I’m recording this episode on January 13, 2019. Thanks to the winter storm, you’re getting a bonus episode this weekend. Let’s talk tech! I have one more tech headline for yo ...…
 
Hey everyone, welcome back to Bionic Bug podcast! You’re listening to episode 38. This is your host Natasha Bajema, fiction author, futurist, and national security expert. I’m recording this episode on January 13, 2019. No personal update today except that we’re stuck inside in the middle of a beautiful winter snow storm. Let’s talk tech. I hav ...…
 
“Fifty years ago, at daybreak, on a fine summer’s morning … “ That’s from chapter one of Goblet of Fire, as you probably already knew. That’s when Tom Riddle Senior and his parents were mysteriously killed in their mansion near Little Hangleton. Frank Bryce, the caretaker, was accused but not charged, since there was simply no evidence of murde ...…
 
Editions in the visual arts refers to the reproduction of copies or replicas of artworks made from an original work. The valuation of editioned art works is subject to the number of original works; from the artist’s owned proof , to limited versus open editions, and the potential future reproduction of prints. But how does this concept apply in ...…
 
The 2018 Malaysian elections didn’t just give us a new government - it also sparked the formation of a fellowship of local comedians. Calling themselves the 1Malaysia Comedians Bureau (1MCB - get it?), the group aims to tackle almost every subject under the sun with an unapologetically Malaysian approach. We speak to Keren Bala Devan and Brian ...…
 
Today I’m going to talk a little bit about book two, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. For me in the US, this book came out in 1999. Reading it firmly convinced me that I was going to fall in love with the Harry Potter series. I started taking notes about the books at this point and also started talking with other adult Harry Potter fans ...…
 
With the turn of the new year, spoken word poetry would have been in this country for more than a decade. From poetry slam and open mics to poetry collectives and print publications, join the past and present hosts of Speak Easy – who are themselves the pioneers of the scene in Klang Valley – as they reflect on the local spoken word poetry move ...…
 
Hey everyone, welcome back to Bionic Bug podcast! You’re listening to episode 37. This is your host Natasha Bajema, fiction author, futurist, and national security expert. I’m recording this episode on January 6, 2019. Happy New Year everyone! I hope this year is full of promise. For the past three years, I’ve spent the end of the year reflecti ...…
 
In this minute about Chapter 18 of Chamber of Secrets, entitled Dobby’s Reward, I’d like to discuss Lucius Malfoy. In a previous minute, about Chamber of Secrets chapter 2, which was entitled “Dobby’s Warning,” I talked about why Lucius Malfoy may have chosen Harry’s second year at Hogwarts to enact his plan to reopen the Chamber. In this minut ...…
 
Phil Egan, Tommy Rooney and Nathan Murphy battle it out on the Crappy Quiz.
 
In this episode I revisit the discussion about prejudice having read the book The Choice by Philly McMahon. I talk about what I'm learning about 'purpose' in life & how it's a constant point of concentration. On a lighter note I talk about Wolverine in a musical!
 
During her fly-in fly-out visit to Kuala Lumpur, Dr Anita Ratnam managed to make time for an interview to tell about her cultural activism to help the arts thrive in her part of the woods. She points to the necessity of preserving culture and shares on the need for performing artists to be entrepreneurial and not wait for the government, politi ...…
 
Today, I’d like to talk about a cool fan theory from back in the day that still has not been conclusively proven or disproven. After the “I am Lord Voldemort” anagram twist in Chamber of Secrets, Potter fans were on high alert for any other relevant anagrams in the series. One especially popular one was “Ollivanders” being an anagram of both “R ...…
 
As 2018 comes to a close, we look back at the ups and downs, the hits and misses, of the Malaysian arts over the past year. Here, we speak with creative producer Rosheen Fatima Mutalip, about the local theatre scene in 2018.
 
We finally get to really meet the entity responsible for all of the mayhem this year at Hogwarts in chapter 17 of Chamber of Secrets, entitled The Heir of Slytherin. We find out later in the series that the Diary Riddle that possessed Ginny was a Horcrux. I have so many questions about what would have happened if this piece of Voldemort’s soul ...…
 
As 2018 comes to a close, we look back at the ups and downs, the hits and misses, of the Malaysian arts over the past year. Here, we speak with dance producer Bilqis Hijjas, about the local dance scene in 2018.
 
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