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Synopsis: Every first and third Monday of the month, The Straits Times analyses the beat of the changing environment, from biodiversity conservation to climate change. Podcasters: Audrey Tan & David Fogarty Produced by podcast editor Ernest Luis & The Straits Times, Singapore Press Holdings
 
Synopsis: Every first and third Wednesday of the month, The Straits Times and expert guests help you make sense of health matters that affect you. Podcaster: Joyce Teo Produced by podcast editor Ernest Luis & The Straits Times, Singapore Press Holdings
 
Synopsis: Every week, get our distinct take on global issues with an Asian perspective, with ST’s 30-odd correspondents in 15 cities across the Asia-Pacific, the US and Europe. Produced by podcast editor Ernest Luis, The Straits Times & Money FM 89.3, Singapore Press Holdings
 
The Straits Times audio channel showcases key news analyses, and selected episodes from our niche and sponsored series. Follow these series on audio apps Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Google Podcasts, on your mobile phones or devices: ASIAN INSIDER (the Asian perspective on global issues) GREEN PULSE (environmental watch) HEALTH CHECK (healthier living) ST SPORTS TALK (big sports issues) LIFE WEEKEND PICKS (lifestyle and food recommendations) #POPVULTURES (Asian and Hollywood pop culture) BOOK ...
 
Azaria Bell talks with you about your money. We acknowledge the darkinjung people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which our studio sits, and pay respects to their Elders past and present. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who may listen to our podcast.
 
Australia is full of diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nations. From Bunuba to Wiradjuri, palawa to Kala Lagaw Ya, every mob has its own language and unique culture. Each episode of Little Yarns will take you on a journey to a different nation to learn a first word on Country. We’ll travel south across the Tasman Sea to lutruwita (Tasmania) and learn about the mums of palawa country. Look out for crocs in Wadjigany, while we find out about the seasons in Batjamalh language. And k ...
 
Keryn and Matt delve into the dark places of the world to discover the legends, old and new, that have driven society since ancient times. Listen as they talk shit about cryptids large, small, terrifying and delightful and make them verse each other in the ultimate battle of the beasts.
 
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BT Money Hacks Ep 103: Is it ever too late to start planning for retirement? 14:15 min Synopsis: Every first and third Monday of the month, The Business Times breaks down useful financial tips. This week's 103rd episode explores whether it’s ever too late to start planning for retirement and what you can do if you’re 60 and haven’t. Correspondent H…
 
BT’s Mark to Market Ep 11: Three strategies to beat the Straits Times Index going forward 15:05 min Synopsis: Listen to Ben Paul's analysis and insight on market trends and corporate issues in Singapore in this podcast series based on his weekly column in The Business Times. In this 11th episode of the Mark To Market podcast, BT's senior correspond…
 
The relations between Turkey and Egypt have been tense since 2013 when Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was deposed in a military coup. Both the countries haven’t had ambassadors for nearly a decade. But there have been signs of improving relations, including the latest visit of the Egyptian deputy foreign minister to Ankara. But can both the count…
 
It’s the season Finale of “On Time With Bobby Bones” and we saved the best for last. Bobby welcomes Jon Pardi to talk about the first time he met George Strait, the story behind his new song “Tequila Little Time” and Jon performs! New artist Nikita Karmen stops by to perform some new music and reveals why she DOESN'T want people to buy tickets to a…
 
Green Pulse Ep 58: Overcoming obstacles to pricing carbon right (Pt 2) 17:36 mins Synopsis: Every first and third Monday of the month, The Straits Times analyses the beat of the changing environment, from biodiversity conservation to climate change. Climate scientists have sounded the alarm bells. Now, it is time for policy makers to act. One strat…
 
Green Pulse Ep 58: Overcoming obstacles to pricing carbon right (Pt 2) 17:36 mins Synopsis: Every first and third Monday of the month, The Straits Times analyses the beat of the changing environment, from biodiversity conservation to climate change. Climate scientists have sounded the alarm bells. Now, it is time for policy makers to act. One strat…
 
Iran’s ramping up of uranium enrichment to 60 percent in the aftermath of the assassination of its lead scientist was enough to alarm the West. But the country’s decision to allow the International Atomic Energy Agency to resume maintenance work on cameras at its nuclear facilities was seen as a welcome step to move towards restoration of the previ…
 
Iran has allowed the global nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, to monitor the progress of its nuclear programme. This has renewed some hopes for the revival of the stalled nuclear talks between the West and Iran. But is Iran’s concession to the nuclear watchdog a gesture of goodwill or just posturing ahead of possible talks? …
 
Syria’s Bashar al Assad recently made an unannounced visit to Moscow and met Russian President Vladimir Putin. The two discussed some of the last opposition-held areas in the country. Though much of Syria’s north continues to be out of Assad’s control, it is the last opposition stronghold in Idlib that’s troubling both Assad and Putin. So, are Assa…
 
Bobby and Ashley McBryde meet officially for the first time on this podcast. They bond over both being from small towns in Arkansas and being easy targets for being bullied growing up. Ashley shares her story about coming from a musical family and how the support of her mom led her to move to Nashville. Ashley talks about writing her new duet with …
 
ST Podcast 9/11, 20 years on special (Pt 3): The 9/11 impact on Singapore, the local Muslim identity, and harmony beyond 2021 50:25 mins Synopsis: 2021 marks 20 years since the 9/11 attacks in the United States. This is a special podcast co-produced by The Straits Times and Berita Harian, recorded and filmed at the Berita Harian studios. Podcast ed…
 
ST Podcast 9/11, 20 years on special (Pt 2): Terror threat seeds planted in South-east Asia before 9/11 attacks in US 50:25 mins Synopsis: 2021 marks 20 years since the 9/11 attacks in the United States. ST's mobile editor Jeremy Au Yong catches up with three newsroom colleagues to bring out the behind-the-scenes revelations of their actual post 9/…
 
What happens when a sceptical writer immerses herself in peak Christian belief at a creationist museum? What happens when a Christian minister confronts the past and present horrific failures of the church? Hear from authors Sarah Krasnostein and John Dickson about what they learned when they confronted belief and unbelief, how it moved and changed…
 
Power Play Ep 5: Politics now hampering US-China climate cooperation 10:03 mins Synopsis: On the third Friday of every month, The Straits Times examines various facets of the US-China rivalry and its implications for Asia. Join Charissa Yong and Danson Cheong - ST’s US and China correspondents respectively based in Washington DC and Beijing - as th…
 
Power Play Ep 5: Politics now hampering US-China climate cooperation 10:03 mins Synopsis: On the third Friday of every month, The Straits Times examines various facets of the US-China rivalry and its implications for Asia. Join Charissa Yong and Danson Cheong - ST’s US and China correspondents respectively based in Washington DC and Beijing - as th…
 
Health Check Ep 68 (Pt 2): Vaccine expert on combating new Covid variants 20:02 mins Synopsis: Every first and third Wednesday of the month, The Straits Times helps you make sense of health matters that affect you. In this episode, ST senior health correspondent Joyce Teo speaks with Prof Ooi Eng Eong from the Duke-NUS Medical School’s Programme in…
 
Health Check Ep 68 (Pt 2): Vaccine expert on combating new Covid variants 20:02 mins Synopsis: Every first and third Wednesday of the month, The Straits Times helps you make sense of health matters that affect you. In this episode, ST senior health correspondent Joyce Teo speaks with Prof Ooi Eng Eong from the Duke-NUS Medical School’s Programme in…
 
ST Podcast 9/11, 20 years on special (Pt 1): 'Enter at your own risk' – Journalists recall post-9/11 assignment in Afghanistan 39.50 mins Synopsis: 2021 marks 20 years since the 9/11 attacks in the United States. Mr Melvinderpal Singh and Ms Seto Nu-Wen were journalists with The New Paper in 2001, when the 9/11 attacks happened in the United States…
 
Health Check Ep 68 (Pt 1): Why bother about asymptomatic Covid-19 cases, says vaccine expert 19:05 mins Synopsis: Every first and third Wednesday of the month, The Straits Times helps you make sense of health matters that affect you. In this episode, ST senior health correspondent Joyce Teo speaks with Prof Ooi Eng Eong from the Duke-NUS Medical Sc…
 
Health Check Ep 68 (Pt 1): Why bother about asymptomatic Covid-19 cases, says vaccine expert 19:05 mins Synopsis: Every first and third Wednesday of the month, The Straits Times helps you make sense of health matters that affect you. In this episode, ST senior health correspondent Joyce Teo speaks with Prof Ooi Eng Eong from the Duke-NUS Medical Sc…
 
ST Podcast: What does being not-for-profit mean for SPH Media 17:49 mins Shareholders of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) have overwhelmingly backed its plan to hive off its media business. The move will pave the way for the formation of a new company limited by guarantee, while potentially unlocking shareholder value for the mainboard-listed company…
 
Regional Round-up Ep 15: Najib Razak's advisory role in Malaysian Parliament 11:46 mins Synopsis: Every week, The Straits Times analyses South-east Asia's top news developments. The Straits Times' regional correspondent Leslie Lopez chats with Money FM's Elliott Danker and Bharati Jagdish about the following points: Malaysia's 14th Parliament signs…
 
Comedian Top Papa balances his love for both halves of Neil Young & Crazy Horse's 1979 grunge-inspiring folk rock album Rust Never Sleeps. Follow Tom on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tompapa/ Follow Tom on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tompapa Check out Tom's website: https://tompapa.com/ Follow Josh on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jo…
 
Turkey, Azerbaijan, and Pakistan have come together in Baku for their first-ever joint military drills. The nine-day joint military exercises involving the troops from the three countries will focus on improving co-operation between their militaries and to exchange battlefield experience. These drills are happening in the backdrop of a strategic ag…
 
In some areas, things seem to be returning to normalcy in Afghanistan. Domestic air travel has resumed and as per neighbouring Pakistan’s national carrier, its international flights will resume by next week. A recent visit by Qatar’s foreign minister to meet the Taliban’s acting prime minister is another indication. But on the streets of Kabul, reg…
 
China Perspective Ep 13: The intention behind China's efforts to better international relationships 10:53 mins Synopsis: Every week, The Straits Times analyses the latest developments in China. Dr Oh Ei Sun, Senior Fellow at Singapore Institute of International Affairs, stands in for The Straits Times' China bureau chief Tan Dawn Wei, who is on lea…
 
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