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We’re on, when you’re off. Lee Chwi Lynn, Kelvin Yee and Tasha Fusil restore sanity to your day even as you’re stuck in traffic trying to get home. And who isn’t? Tune in as they take on hot-potato issues to inform and entertain you, soundtracked by the thumping music that only BFM plays. EE runs the gamut, bringing you noteworthy pop culture, punchy interviews, and rocking call-in sessions.
 
Listen back to features and interviews from 95bFM's daily news & current affairs show, The Wire. Your hosts Jessica Hopkins, Jemima Huston, Frances Wright, Zazi Hewlett, Justin Wong and Noah Ferguson-Dudding focus on the issues of Tāmaki Makaurau and elsewhere, in independent-thinking bFM style. Weekdays 12-1pm on 95bFM.
 
Dovish or hawkish? Over or underweight? Bull or Bear? Investor paralysis? We speak to leading local and foreign analyst to find out how the different asset classes and markets will react to the latest news, results and even geopolitical events.
 
BFM BUSINESS PARTENAIRE - L'émission qui accompagne les entreprises dans leur transition numérique. Mettez-vous à l'heure du digital avec Frédéric Simottel, pour débattre autour de l'actualité numérique : cloud, drones, objets connectés, big data, etc. Le patron du XXIème siècle ne doit plus, ne peut plus ignorer les derniers développements en matière de technologies.
 
Your personalised news feed, curated and presented by the guys who deal with SME-related news on a daily basis: the producers behind all the Enterprise shows on BFM. Enjoy an hour of friendly, informative banter on everything you need to know in the world of building and growing your business, from seeking out capital to next generation business solutions, and tech-trends to office survival tips.
 
The flagship entrepreneurship show on BFM, featuring personal business stories from early stage start-ups, all the way to billionaire octogenarians in Malaysia and abroad. Notable guests include Martin Cooper (father of the mobile phone), Julian Assange (founder of WikiLeaks), Ralph Henry Baer (father of video games), Tony Buzan (Mindmap Guru), Isaac Tigrett (Hard Rock Cafe founder), Robert Kiyosaki (Financial Guru), Nick Vujicic (motivational speaker) and more. Tap into this valuable resour ...
 
Sharper and stronger than a double espresso. The Morning Run stretches your mind and braces you for the business day. It's your fast track into work where you can hit the ground running. From 6am to 10am weekdays, the Morning Run brings you the biggest stories and must-listen-to interviews. Stay enlightened, make educated business and investment decisions.
 
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Laymen's Cup Podcast

Four regular guys who love to discuss their faith and theology

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The Laymen are four men, who love God first, then their wives and children. We have a deep desire to study God’s Word and to live on mission for him. As we study God’s Word, we love to break it down and discuss it in a way that everyone can understand. We are not scholars, even though some of us wish we were. We are normal men with normal jobs trying to figure out how to Glorify God and live a life on mission for him.
 
The barefoot movement podcast is dedicated to empowering you, to take control of your body, helping to support yourself naturally from the ground up. Join Paul Thompson – The Barefoot Podiatrist fortnightly as he explores through his and his guests expertise and experiences , how you too can live a Barefoot Lifestyle to reduce pain and improve performance. Build a body that supports you, not a body that relies on support!
 
Welcome to the Blended Families Ministry™ website. We are pleased you have come to visit us. We are dedicated to the restoration and reconciliation of blended families. We offer curriculum for individual and group study that is certified for credit at the Phoenix University of Theology. We also have several pages on Facebook available for the discussion of specific issues you may have relating to Blended Family. Welcome to the Blended Families Ministry™ https://www.blendedfamiliesministry.or ...
 
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This week's show continues to examine the Baptist Faith and Message, this time discussing Evangelism and Missions. You can support the show at Buymeacoffee.com/laymenscup If you are listening on iTunes, please subscribe and leave a review. Laymen on iTunes If you have comments or questions for us, you can email us at laymenscup@gmail.com. Find us o…
 
Home Minister Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin this week said that the government will implement a National Digital Identity system by 2024. The National Digital Identity roll-out is part of the government’s ambitious MyDigital Blueprint launched earlier this year, with the aim of ensuring flexible and secure online transactions as well as reducing admi…
 
Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin has said that the national testing strategy will be made available on the CovidNow website starting tomorrow. We speak with former Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad about what he hopes to see from the strategy. Image Source: Markus Spiske, Unsplash See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Ilena spoke to Kerri Nuku, the kaiwhakahaere for the New Zealand Nurses Organisation, about the Pae Ora (Healthy Futures) Bill. The legislation was introduced into parliament by Health Minister Andrew Little on Wednesday. The Bill, which is expected to pass next year, amalgamate the 20 District Health Boards across New Zealand into a singular ‘Heal…
 
This morning the government announced significant changes in New Zealand's response to Covid-19. Noah Ferguson-Dudding spoke to Professor Nikki Turner, Director of the Immunisation Advisory Centre, and Professor Michael Plank, an epidemiological modeler from the University of Canterbury about their reactions to the announcement.…
 
Ilena had her regular catch up with Shane Henderson, who this week talked about how water restrictions in Auckland will ease from tomorrow. Auckland has been under varying forms of restriction since May last year after a long period of drought, but recent rainfall events have had a positive impact on Auckland’s water stores. Shane also talked about…
 
This morning, Ilena talked to Golriz Ghahraman, the Green Party spokesperson for Foreign Affairs, on the need to urgently introduce legislation to better regulate the export of military products that could be used to breach human rights in other countries. At the beginning of this year, it was discovered by journalists that Air New Zealand staff he…
 
A Bill returning Sabah and Sarawak to equal partnership with Peninsular Malaysia is expected to be tabled in the next Parliament sitting. We find out more about the significance of the Bill, and where this takes us in fulfilling the MA63 agreement. Image Source: nzarep, Shutterstock See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Technology is continuously changing, growing, and evolving. If we don’t keep up, it’s easy to get left behind. Companies and industries that want to stay ahead need to have their finger on the pulse when it comes to innovations in IoT, 5G, fintech, and even artificial intelligence. These concepts may sound futuristic, but they’re already driving to…
 
There is no denying that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought on drastic changes in consumer trends and purchasing habits. With people placing more importance on cost-saving and are constantly on the lookout for better deals, ZCITY, an instant rebate and cashback app, aims to redefine, transform, and simplify a user's e-payment gateway experience by p…
 
Concerns over chip shortages, shipping gridlocks and inflation are dissipating as markets price in these obstacles while vaccinations and booster shots take grip. Yeap Jun Rong, Market Strategist with trading platform IG, explains. Brought to you by Nespresso. Image credit: Shutterstock.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Malaysians who are eligible to receive Covid-19 booster shots have started to receive their jabs last week, with the roll-out beginning in Sarawak. How are third doses being administered and could this be extended to the rest of the population? We discuss this issue and other challenges of post-pandemic living with Azrul Mohd Khalib of the Galen Ce…
 
KM Leong, General Manager of Southeast Asia for China-based smartphone maker Xiaomi International, talks about new opportunities beyond the phone, which currently comprises 80% of overall revenue to compete with competitors like Apple and Samsung. Image credit: THINK A / Shutterstock.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The pandemic has triggered a dramatic increase in the number of Malaysians entering the gig economy, either by choice or forced by circumstances. Although they enjoy flexibility in their job, there are concerns on the labour rights for gig workers. As there have been calls to amend the Employment Act 1955 that was drafted over 60 years ago, what ch…
 
Interstate borders have been open for a week now - but international travel is still tightly controlled, with Malaysians able to travel overseas, but foreign tourists not allowed to enter. An opinion piece by Dr Jayant Menon argues that we should just open our borders fully. We speak with him to find out more. *CORRECTION: As of 18 October, the qua…
 
On their weekly chat, Justin and Health Minister Andrew Little talked about low Māori vaccination rates at Taranaki and Tairāwhiti, dedicated MIQ spots for health workers, and his thoughts on National's reopening plan. Justin also talked to Developmental Paediatrician Dr Jin Rusell and Michael Cabral-Tarry, the Tāmaki Makaurau regional chair of the…
 
Students at years 11-13 who live in alert level 3 areas will be able to return to classrooms next Tuesday after the Labour Day weekend. Education and Covid-19 response minister Chris Hipkins said yesterday that all students will need to wear a mask and keep record of their whereabouts, while staff need to produce a negative test before they return.…
 
Students at years 11-13 who live in alert level 3 areas will be able to return to classrooms next Tuesday after the Labour Day weekend. Education and Covid-19 response minister Chris Hipkins said yesterday that all students will need to wear a mask and keep record of their whereabouts, while staff need to produce a negative test before they return.…
 
Newshub is proposing to slash the radio reporter role after ending an arrangement with Mediaworks. Currently Newshub’s parent company, Discovery, is supplying Mediaworks radio stations including Magic Talk with radio news, but this will end in December. Mediaworks stations will also not be simulcasting Newshub’s The Am Show. Instead, the company wi…
 
Three-storied houses could be more common in Auckland under a new housing policy supported by both Labour and National. The new policy, which was announced earlier this week, enables people to build up to three homes of three storeys on most sites without any need for resource consent, starting August twenty twenty three. Analysis from consultants …
 
A year after the pandemic began, 68% of workers surveyed by Prudential Financial said that their ideal professional life would include working both remotely and in the office. But that presents a challenge for companies that now need to rethink their workspaces. So how will the physical office space change post-pandemic? Image Credit: Zastolskiy Vi…
 
The Indonesian economy is in a sweet spot with a covid infection rates down while commoditiy prices are on a tear. Jeffrey Halley, Senior Market Analyst at OANDA tells us why it pays to be bullish in Indonesia and what sectors will outperform in 2022. Brought to you by Nespresso. Image credit: Shutterstock.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
 
As we exit the pandemic, what will be the new normal for work? How will companies manage their employees and how has the war for talent changed? Sandeep Sharma, President of Workday, one of the world's leading financial management and human capital management software solutions providers joins us on the Breakfast Grille to share his thoughts. Image…
 
The Election Commission has decided that polling day for the Malacca state election will be held on November 20th, with nomination day set for November 8th. As the various coalitions negotiate on their candidates for the 28 seats at stake, we discuss the political dynamics within Pakatan Harapan and Perikatan Nasional, and which side has the upper …
 
Health has come into sharp focus over the course of the pandemic, with many of us taking a much more vested interest in not just reactive but preventative courses of action. Dr Maryam Aziz, founder and CEO of Jardin Pharma, Malaysia’s first halal eco-pharmaceutical company, discusses moving from the cosmeceutical space to the pharmaceutical space, …
 
The courts have given permission to several high profile figures undergoing trials for the temporary return of their passports for travel abroad, including former Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib Razak and his spouse, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor as well as Umno President Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi. These decisions are raising eyebrows, given that all three…
 
A video has been circulating online, capturing a single mother's reactions after she was handed a mandatory death sentence for the possesion and distribution of illegal narcotics. We discuss the death penalty and how the legal system handles cases involving drug crimes. Image Source: Hasan Almasi, Unsplash See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy in…
 
The Malaysian government has banned locals from participating in the ASEAN agriculture visa scheme introduced by Australia. We look at the possible reasons for this ban, and whether this move is beneficial or otherwise for the country. Image Source: Grape Things, Pexels See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
With higher inflation, rising energy costs and the end of the cheap money, what does this mean for Asian economies? Vishnu Varathan, Head of Economics & Strategy at Mizuho Bank warns us of what to expect and which countries will struggle with this triple risk. Brought to you by Nespresso. Image credit: Shutterstock.com See omnystudio.com/listener f…
 
Covid-19 and now high jet fuel prices have been the immediate challenges for the aviation sector. But even before this, Malaysia Airlines has been struggling despite bailouts to the tune of RM28billion. Captain Izham Ismail, Group CEO of Malaysian Aviation Group tells us if this restructuring plan will work and if not, is this the end fo the road f…
 
It’s an occupational hazard. As a doctor, you’re constantly inundated by calls from friends and family for medical advice. But not everyone has access to a doctor when they need it. And Google is not the way to go. This is why Dr. Raymond Choy and his friends created DOC2US - so you too are just a phone call or chat away from expert medical advice,…
 
Global supply chain disruptions are expected to last until at least next year. And according to Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong, Malaysia has not been spared. Alvin Chua, President, Federation of Malaysian Freight Forwarders tells us the issues on the ground whilst giving us his opinion on the Bumi equity issue for his industry. Image…
 
Samedi 16 octobre, Frédéric Simottel a reçu Philippe Roncati, président de Kyndryl France ; Olivier Pichon, directeur commercial Solutions Employés de ServiceNow ; Hubert Michaudet, co-fondateur d'Urban Canopee ; Jean Dominique Séval, directeur fondateur de Soon Consulting et président de French Tech Pékin ; Erwan Lestrohan, directeur d'études chez…
 
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