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BFM :: Front Row
Daily
 
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.
 
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Balls Radio
Monthly
 
Balls Radio is like talk radio, but for thinking people. Now a short daily occurrence, Phil Dobbie offers his opinions on what's happening, in the UK and overseas: politics, social policy, economics, science, religion. Yes, it's another, slightly overweight middle-aged white man telling the world how it should be. But there's nothing alt-right about Balls Radio. And we try and have fun along the way.
 
Climb on up the Geekstalk for news, reviews and chat about all that can interest today's geek! Listen, like and Subscribe to our podcast! Join the community!
 
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Nyfikat
Monthly
 
Nyfikat är ett humoristiskt samtal som drivs av Anders Jansson och Johan Westers nyfikenhet kring en okänd gästs kunskap. Nyfikat är en podcast från Lund Comedy som presenteras av Anagram och produceras i samarbete med Podbyrån. Hosts: Johan Wester & Anders Jansson Producent: Karin Bäckman Berg, Anagram Klipp & Mix: Timmie Strandberg, Podbyrån
 
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Icarus Audiobooks
Monthly+
 
The friendly budget audiobook service. New episodes every other Monday. Submit your story to have legendary actor George Lidington read them out! We fly too close to the fun!
 
Verbs-N-Herbs
 
The Off The Ball shambolic Quiz of the Week: Every Friday at 7.45.
 
Learn to block and delete idiots from your life. Remove addiction to bad people, drugs, alcohol, government and more (WITHOUT MEETINGS!) Then use your new-found time and energy to MAKE A LIVING DOING WHAT YOU LOVE, like the author does. A USER'S MANUAL FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE is a libertarian manifesto for getting healthy, getting brilliant, maximizing potential and changing the world. WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS BOOK: "Part intellectual memoir, part self-help book. Michael W. Dean's ...
 
A retail-focused podcast looking at the future of digital commerce - Conversational Commerce, Augmented/Virtual Reality, Cognitive Commerce, Contextual Commerce, Voice Commerce and more.
 
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It’s been 10 years since the premiere of the Malaysian musical “The Edge” by Nick Choo, which went on to win three Boh Cameronian Awards. theatrethreesixty is now restaging the musical, which focuses on the issue of suicide and the complex web of relationships that often surrounds the issue. We speak with the show’s director Christopher Ling, m ...…
 
Our guests tell about how they marry butoh and contemporary dance training, to create this work about birds--dead birds that compel questions about life. The choreographer-dancer, Yeow Lai Chee, stirred by encounters with images of birds in unusual settings explores the duality of things, concrete and abstract. This work is also informed by the ...…
 
Ger hosts as Tommy Rooney, Adrian Barry and Neil Treacy battle it out in the Crappy Quiz.
 
Our guests draw the connections between local traditions, customs and practices and and the creative process to choreograph dances. While the final performance pieces are considered contemporary, the instructor and the dancer share how they tap into their Malaysian-ness to create works. When the creative process begins from tradition as points ...…
 
A Malay-language play called “Pokok” brings together two big names for the first time; the play is written by media veteran, writer, and arts commentator Tan Sri Johan Jaaffar, and directed by U-Wei HajiSaari, who is renowned for his films like “Kaki Bakar”, “Jogho”, and “Hanyut”. “Pokok” revolves around the lives of four very different people, ...…
 
Git! To the Verbs-N-Herbs page now, Gon’
 
Dubbed as “P. Ramlee meets Vegas”, “TARAKUCHA: Marilah Menari” is classic big band exuberance with a retro Malay twist. We speak to TARAKUCHA band founder Sean Ghazi and his singing partner Ida Mariana about their upcoming musical performance, and how they experiment with classic Malay music by throwing in new styles.…
 
You still here? Verbs n Herbs is where is at. I know it’s corny but whatever. 🖖🏿
 
On this episode of Speak Easy, we hear about the coming-of-age story for the poetry open mic event we all know as If Walls Could Talk. After 55 shows, Walls will be closing its doors and to celebrate more than 3 years of providing a platform for poets and poetry lovers alike, they recently announced the publication of a love letter to the scene ...…
 
It’s been just over a year since the Cultural Economy Development Agency, or Cendana, was founded, and a lot has changed in Malaysia in that time. The government agency was started last September with the aim of energising the Malaysian arts and culture scene, and to generate economic output from it. One year down the line, and with a new gover ...…
 
Goodbye to the Freestyle podcast. Name conflicts. New page on anchor Verbs n Herbs. Peace
 
The director and actors share on this collaboration between Japanese and local theatre practitioners to stage a piece of physical theatre. The work is based on the writings of renowned author, Kobo Abe who was once a candidate for the Nobel Prize for Literature. The director tells why this work translates well into Malaysia, underscoring that t ...…
 
Was in the mood. Had a blunt rolled. 🖖🏿
 
How is craft different or distinct from art, and how is it evolving? How do the various crafting practices - both traditional and modern - fit into the contemporary idea of art and artmaking? We speak to Lindy Joubert, vice-president of the World Craft Council, about her work in various sustainability initiatives, and the importance of craft in ...…
 
"Stores with in stores" is a concept often spoken but seldom understood. With retail closures on the rise we look at how real estate is adapting to new digitally native brands, how flagships are shifting focus, and how companies like Cushman and Wakefield are helping brands get to market faster than ever. Listen now! Guest Brandon L. Singer, Ma ...…
 
Two mountains, almost 4,000km apart, yet each may have more in common than we first realise. The “Two Mountains Photography Project 3.0” brings together six photographers from Malaysia and Japan to create personal photo-stories about Mount Kinabalu and Mount Fuji. By focusing on the people and communities who live on or around these mountains, ...…
 
Projek K3 is a theatre platform by Anomalist Production for fresh writers and directors to display their talents. Now in its third year, the project this time around will feature a line-up of five women who are up-and-coming writers and directors. We speak with Projek K3’s producer Ridhwan Malik, and two of this year’s participants, Evelyn Khaw ...…
 
Satish Gupta is one of India’s most celebrated artists, known for, among others, his monumental sculptures that often engage with “mysticism and the Zen spirit”. His works have been shown all over the world, including at the Beijing Olympics, and back home, his works are on display at the New Delhi International Airport and the Bengaluru Airpor ...…
 
So wack. But that’s me sometimes. 🤷🏿‍♂️
 
This community choir, founded in 1958, brings Christmas cheer with songs from France, Austria and Broadway in its seasonal end-of-year concert. The choir conductor and the general manager, tell about its offering of a relaxed performance which is open (but not limited) to those on the autism spectrum, anyone with sensory and communication disor ...…
 
“Art in the City” brings art out galleries and museums, and onto the streets of Kuala Lumpur. Initiated by the Cultural Economy Development Agency, or Cendana, the project sees the works of 13 Malaysian artists being shown in larger-than-life displays around the city for six months, and aims to create interest and accessibility when it comes to ...…
 
The aliens have invaded Earth… except that, in this stage adaptation of a bestselling children’s book, the little outer-space visitors are here because they’re out to steal everyone’s underpants! We speak to three of the performers from “Aliens Love Underpants” - Kate McKeown, Natalie Simone, Tom Allenby - about how they have been bringing the ...…
 
Award-winning artist and photographer Liz Fernando, who was born and raised in Germany, created “Trincomalee – My Father’s Stories and the Lost Photographs” from reconstructions of Sri Lanka’s collective memory and oral histories told to her by her father. Intertwining historical narratives with personal stories, the work has been acquired for ...…
 
Main Takeaways: "We are now at the beginning of the experience economy". Retailers are looking for a way to turn mobile browsers into mobile buyers. Millennials seem to be at the forefront of a data revolution. Mobile customers tend to commit to a purchase when they feel that their personal information is secure. Can mobile-commerce really beat ...…
 
Madama Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini is one of the most popular operas in the world. Set in Japan in the early 1900s, it tells the story of a young Japanese girl who marries an American naval officer, only to be later faced with heartbreak. We speak to the cast members Cecilia Yap and Samantha Chong, and conductor Juan Montoya, about a local sta ...…
 
Wack 90% of the time. That’s my style
 
There is a strong history of printmaking in Malaysia, which includes techniques both traditional and modern. An exhibition at the Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery explores this legacy by bringing together 29 prominent local printmakers, to trace the history of the art here over the last 80 years. We speak to the museum’s deputy direc ...…
 
The artist who has done much of her work on the road now brings them back for her solo exhibition. She tells why the need for this event and the need to engage with local collectors. Poesy also shares on how technology is playing a crucial part in the world of art.
 
For his latest exhibition, Malaysia artist Ajim Juxta moves away from the typical solo show format in favour of a more collaborative approach, working with other artists and writers. The result is “Tugu
 
Wutang instrumentals. All off the top.
 
An art exhibition called “Editions” brings various artists together to examine the idea of multiples, both from the perspective of technique as well as the artwork itself. We speak to three of the creatives being shown, about how they each interpreted this theme into their works, and why it can produce some unexpected results.…
 
Two men wake up on the 43rd floor of a building, where they are being held captive by a demon - this is the premise of Floor 43, Kudos Productions’ latest play. We speak to performers Josh Blake, Nabil Musawir, and Jazz Yap, about scaling the heights of this psychological thriller.
 
Welcome to the Film Squad. Our monthly 'book club' style pod where we review - you guessed it, films. We plan to choose one film a month and that film will hopefully be one that the others have not seen. Episode 16 - This time it was Lou's turn and she chose one of Jim Carey's rare serious performances 'The Number 23'. What does this number mea ...…
 
The National Symphony Orchestra of Malaysia (NSO) is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year with a concert in Istana Budaya. We speak to music director and conductor, Datuk Mustafa Fuzer Nawi, about how the NSO has evolved over the past 25 years, and what the future holds for it.
 
Ger Gilroy, Adrian Barry and Tommy Rooney battle it out in the Crappy Quiz.
 
Eh. A little off today but that’s Freestyle
 
The interview guest was first on BFM four years ago. And more recently, two years ago when he performed in a show of excerpts from West End and Broadway musicals. In that production, he also assisted as a vocal coach. Because he sung in West End performances of ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, he is back in the Klang Valley to perform a one-night-on ...…
 
What is halal, what is haram, and how to define these terms, are questions that come up frequently in Malaysian public discourse. An art exhibition by Sisters in Islam (SIS), themed “Halal Haram”, aims to examine these questions and break down some preconceived notions about the Islamic faith. The show, which is part of the SISArt initiative - ...…
 
There have been so many interpretations and versions of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, yet artists continue to find new ways to engage with this timeless tale of tragic love. The latest offering, called “A Tale of Star-Crossed Lovers”, is a collaboration between the KL Shakespeare Players and butoh dance group Nyoba Kan, where butoh is used ...…
 
Over the past decade or so, local spoken word artists have gone from having to search and share spaces at open mic gigs, to making ones at public areas and now, as seen in the variety of monthly poetry events happening in KL and other cities in Malaysia, establishing their own spaces both online and offline. This month, Sheena Baharudin speaks ...…
 
Warning. I let a problematic term fly. I called a mulligan though, so it’s all Good. 🖖🏿
 
It’s Deepavali season, and sarees are everywhere. The saree, however, is much more than just something to wear. As a garment with a history of about 5,000 years, it also carries with it many of the Indian subcontinent’s artistic traditions. So we take the opportunity to talk about the saree as a living, wearable work of art, with Sumitra Selvar ...…
 
Tommy Rooney, Adrian Barry and Dave McIntyre battle it out in the Crappy Quiz
 
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