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Best BFM Media Sdn Bhd podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best BFM Media Sdn Bhd podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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You might be a genius at managing other people’s money, but personal finance is quite another kettle of fish. Ringgit & Sense puts a clear mirror in front of you so you understand personal risk profiles, realistic investment horizons, retirement planning and the all-important education loan and health insurance plan, and the explosion of myriad personal finance products.
 
Climate change, ferocious weather and ‘the haze’ are now part our everyday lives. How are our lifestyles connected to them, and what can we do about it? What does the economy have to do with it? Earth Matters engages with activists and experts to explore our changing relationship with the planet that we only borrow from our children.
 
How can technology can help boost the enterprise on all levels? Tech Talk is the only tech show on Malaysian airwaves brings you up to speed on current trends. Interviews with experts and analysts provide insights into what's been tried and could be, coupled with a no-holds barred real-life review of the latest consumer products in plain English that strip away the marketing gimmicks.
 
Current Affairs goes behind the headlines in Malaysia to what is moving the news and why, with top academics, politicians, businesspeople and activists in the know. These socio-economic issues run the gamut, including press freedom, affirmative action policies, Islamisation, corruption, election reform, and political unrests. Past guests of Current Affairs include Khairy Jamaluddin, Shad Saleem Faruqi, Farish Noor, Uma Sambanthan and PG Lim. Any enquiries should be directed to morningrun@bfm.my.
 
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Dreamy doctors, smooth lawyers, and scientists born wearing bifocals. On-screen professions may be vaguely based on real life, but that hasn't stopped us from wanting the careers of some of our favorite characters. On this Supercut, we explore the many ways professions are portrayed in pop culture and discuss why some of them, while hilariously ina…
 
Almost every one of us has experienced pain, whether it’s a simple paper cut or a more serious injury from an accident. But what if you never felt pain at all? Last year, it was reported that a 71 year old woman from Scotland had never experienced pain in her life due to a rare genetic mutation. In this episode of Brain Waves, we dive into the worl…
 
This week, personal accounts have been surfacing on social media about alleged incidents of physical and emotional abuse at a local private arts school. But when it comes to private extracurricular or enrichment classes that we send our children to, there are often few formal guidelines. Therefore, how the children are treated or taught can differ …
 
Electronic Arts said The Sims will get its own reality TV show, dubbed The Sims Spark’d, on the TBS television channel in a partnership with Turner Sports, Eleague, and Buzzfeed Multiplayer. It’s another sign that games are mainstream and that television companies are recognising that they need to do something to get younger viewers back.…
 
Artificial Intelligence based conversational interfaces have come a long way. In the past, we had to speak like robots but today, the robots are speaking like us. These changes are also rapidly transforming customer service interactions across various industries including banking and financial services, retail, ecommerce, healthcare and more. With …
 
Artificial Intelligence based conversational interfaces have come a long way. In the past, we had to speak like robots but today, the robots are speaking like us. These changes are also rapidly transforming customer service interactions across various industries including banking and financial services, retail, ecommerce, healthcare and more. With …
 
If there’s one product on the planet that manages to put a smile on most peoples’ faces - it’s ice-cream. A simple dessert that takes us back to a simpler time and place in our childhood. Of course, this particular comfort food has been fairly difficult to get hold of during the pandemic - perhaps when it’s needed the most. We managed to catch up w…
 
If there’s one product on the planet that manages to put a smile on most peoples’ faces - it’s ice-cream. A simple dessert that takes us back to a simpler time and place in our childhood. Of course, this particular comfort food has been fairly difficult to get hold of during the pandemic - perhaps when it’s needed the most. We managed to catch up w…
 
This week, our host Jun is sharing his favourite recipes from his food blog, Jun & Tonic. And the recipe on the cards for today is... a magical chocolate mousse! While most mousses might have cream and eggs to enrich it, this mousse strips it down to the basics, and breaks a fundamental rule of chocolate work, because it only uses two ingredients—c…
 
In the news this week, we discuss Genting's probable ban on motorcycle and car convoys, a manual gearbox without a clutch, the Proton Saga 35th Anniversary Edition and a turbocharged Mazda hatchback. After that, we dream a little bit about all the exciting cars that you can get in the used car market for around the price of a brand new Proton X70.…
 
Based on Erie Stanley Gardner's character of the same name, Perry Mason is back on TV screens and apparently this time, his show is sleeker and slightly edgier than its classic counterpart. But are preachers, beat cops, and gruesome crime scenes enough to make this a worthy reboot of the original series? In this episode, we tag along with Perry Mas…
 
Following the public uproar over Al Jazeera's documentary on the treatment of undocumented migrants during the MCO, the Immigration D-G stated that foreign nationals who make defamatory comments about the country will have their passes revoked. We speak with New Sin Yew about the lawfulness of this move. And then, we discuss the recent clampdowns o…
 
Anti-trafficking group Shared Liberty filed a petition against Sime Darby Plantation Berhad, alleging that the firm has child and forced labour practices. Sime Darby has since responded saying that they will engage with the NGO to investigate. We look at what it takes to hold businesses accountable to ensure that best practices are employed through…
 
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are rippling through the lives of many migrant workers in Malaysia – and those of their families. Migrant workers are financially and socially vulnerable, with little to no safety nets to support them. The infection has also targeted migrant communities, who are at higher risk due to their living conditions and …
 
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are rippling through the lives of many migrant workers in Malaysia – and those of their families. Migrant workers are financially and socially vulnerable, with little to no safety nets to support them. The infection has also targeted migrant communities, who are at higher risk due to their living conditions and …
 
While the rate of unemployment rises globally, many are searching for ways to make a living while having a bit of flexibility. And being a gamer is a dream for most of us. Over in China, in order to reduce the number of unemployment, the government has broadened its definition of what constitutes a “job” to include blogging and playing esports. Gam…
 
Private education is big business, but can it continue to grow under the shadow of COVID-19? Established in 1975, Beaconhouse School System began as a small Montessori academy in Pakistan and has grown into an education network spanning eight countries. Roshan Kanesan speaks with its CEO Kasim Kasuri, to discuss the group’s international expansion,…
 
Private education is big business, but can it continue to grow under the shadow of COVID-19? Established in 1975, Beaconhouse School System began as a small Montessori academy in Pakistan and has grown into an education network spanning eight countries. Roshan Kanesan speaks with its CEO Kasim Kasuri, to discuss the group’s international expansion,…
 
Bank Negara Malaysia announced it is cutting the overnight policy rate (OPR) by 25 basis points to a record low of 1.75% -- marking the fourth straight cut. The central bank's dovish statement remarked that the impact of the pandemic on the global economy has been “severe.” We speak to Julia Goh for her reactions and outlook on the Malaysian econom…
 
In the U.S. stocks have been generally rising steadily despite concerns that we may see a reimposition of COVID-19 restrictions now that cases have been rising around the country. We speak to Grant Bowers, Vice President and Portfolio Manager of Franklin Templeton about this disconnect, as well as the prospects of economic recovery.…
 
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