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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.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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

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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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As the economy reopens and the country transitions to an endemic Covid-19 strategy, employers are faced with the conundrum of how to manage the return of unvaccinated employees to the workplace. How are businesses approaching this issue? We get the position of the Malaysia Employers Federation (MEF), as well as their wishlist for Budget 2022. Image…
 
This episode picks back up with the Baptist Faith and Message and the guys discuss the church. 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 on YouTube by searchi…
 
The Umno information chief said that his roles include working on the recovery of the macro-economy and supporting the existing economics team - but there are some questions about the role itself. We look into why this is the case. Image Source: Shahril Hamdan Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
A new fathers’ rights advocacy group, FRAM, or the Father’s Rights Association of Malaysia, is calling for the laws around divorce and custody to keep up with the times. We discuss the custody rights of fathers, from the perspective of fathers. Image Source: Brittani Burns, Unsplash See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The recent announcement that MPs will be allowed to wear batik shirts when attending Dewan Rakyat got us thinking about how the clothes we choose represent who we are, as well as establish a sense of personal branding. But we also wanted to take it one step further and explore the impact our work attire, be it formal or casual, could have on person…
 
The withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan and the return of the Taliban to government in August closed the chapter on the 20 year war sparked by the 9/11 terrorist attacks. What lessons can be gained from the US' failed nation-building mission in Afghanistan, and how has the war affected Western-Muslim engagement? We discuss these themes with Af…
 
With the unveiling of the Occupational Safety and Health Master Plan by the Prime Minister yesterday, we speak to safety practitioner Dr. Krishna Bala. He reflects on his takeaways from his professional journey in the safety field, and also discusses his recent book, My Life In Safety. Image Source: Abdul Razak Latif, Shutterstock See omnystudio.co…
 
Another busy Friday Wire: Noah speaks to Christopher Luxon about local government; Professor Gaven Martin about math in NZ schools; and Emeritus Professor Warren Tate about 'Long Covid' and chronic fatigue. Ilena speaks to outgoing Childrens' Commissioner Andrew Becroft about the youth justice system, and Auckland Councillor Pippa Coom about tomorr…
 
This morning, Ilena had her regular catch up with Pippa Coom. They talked about the Super Saturday national vaccination drive that is happening tomorrow, and how those who are unvaccinated or need another dose can take advantage of the day with its greater accessibility and added incentives. They talked about how those who have had two shots can en…
 
Over in Silicon Valley, employees who do not want to return to the office are challenging the popular management philosophy that serendipitous, in-person collaboration is necessary to fuel innovation. We discuss the recent rise in internal employee activists there, its ripple effects that will impact white-collar workers elsewhere, and if employees…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has inarguably reversed the gains of Malaysia's poverty eradication programme, with both middle-income and lower-income communities facing economic hardship affecting basic survival. What kind of policy responses are needed to tackle poverty in the post-pandemic era? Ahead of the International Day of the Eradication of Poverty…
 
Just as the pandemic was beginning to gain traction in China, and before it spread anywhere else, we spoke with the owner of the KLoé hotel Ng Ping Ho. Now, 18 months on as we hopefully see things slowly return to normal, we thought we’d drop back in to see just how things worked out for the hotel, and how they managed to survive. See omnystudio.co…
 
The government is reportedly looking to tighten Malaysian cybersecurity laws, and is preparing recommendations for Cabinet consideration, according to comments by Datuk Abdul Latiff Ahmad, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Special Functions). What will governments and businesses need to do to bolster cybersecurity efforts? We discuss the…
 
Due to the many lockdowns, and at-home learning, many children haven’t been getting the kind of social contact they would have had in pre-Covid times. With the world reopening, we look at how kids and parents can think about resocialising. Image Source: Littlekidmoment, Shutterstock See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Environmental groups and unions have said the government’s discussion document on New Zealand’s plan to become net zero by twenty fifty focuses too much on cutting transport emissions and instead letting agriculture and energy emissions off the hook. The draft plan to make New Zealand net zero by 2050 includes measures to cut down car travelling an…
 
Environmental groups and unions have said the government’s discussion document on New Zealand’s plan to become net zero by twenty fifty focuses too much on cutting transport emissions and instead letting agriculture and energy emissions off the hook. The draft plan to make New Zealand net zero by 2050 includes measures to cut down car travelling an…
 
Environmental groups and unions have said the government’s discussion document on New Zealand’s plan to become net zero by twenty fifty focuses too much on cutting transport emissions and instead letting agriculture and energy emissions off the hook. The draft plan to make New Zealand net zero by 2050 includes measures to cut down car travelling an…
 
Justin spoke to Health Minister Andrew Little about the End of Life Choice Act, medicinal cannabis, and ICU capacity as Covid-19 cases grow. International Desk reports on the latest on cross-strait relations between China and Taiwan. Justin spoke with Greenpeace campaigner Christine Rose, Forest & Bird Strategic Advisor Geoff Keey, and First Union …
 
Indonesia just like the rest of ASEAN has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic with exceptionally high cases. However, with vaccination rates increasing significantly, is it time to relook at the equity market? Jerry Goh, Investment Manager Asia Equities at Aberdeen Standard Investments tells us how to position for this re-rating. Image credit: T…
 
Volvo targets to go fully green by 2030 but can these plans be achieved in Malaysia? We speak to newly appointed managing director, Charles Frump on their plans for their game changer XC40 Recharge. We also ask him for his thoughts on the current electric vehicle policy. Image credit: Volvo Car Malaysia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy infor…
 
Apple just cut its production forecast for its iPhone due to chip shortages. What are the repercussions of this and will it affect other consumer electronic goods? Jack Kouzi, Director for Strategy at VFS Group tells us whilst weighing in on the energy crisis. Brought to you by Nespresso. Image credit: Shutterstock.com See omnystudio.com/listener f…
 
With the pandemic forcing everyone inside for the better part of two years, interior design and making your space aesthetically pleasing has taken on new meaning. Managing director of Niro Ceramic Group, Ian Kok, shares insights into the Malaysian ceramics and tile industry, the company’s innovations in digitalising interior design, and the more th…
 
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has announced that the government is going to form a special committee and two task forces to take a closer look into these three cases respectively: the death of fireman Muhammad Adib, the allegations made by former AG Tan Sri Tommy Thomas, as well as the Pulau Batu Puteh dispute. We speak to criminal …
 
Yesterday in Parliament, Hulu Langat MP Datuk Hasanuddin Mohd Yunus raised the issue of 'Tan Sri' and 'Datuk Seri' characters in TV dramas giving those titles a bad image by “engaging in immoral activities”. We discuss the MP's concern. Image Source: Parlimen Malaysia Youtube Channel See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On the last day of the Parliament sitting, lawmakers discussed Malaysia's stance on the Aukus pact, Covid-19 testing for teachers, divorce petitions in the past year, and extending the school holidays. Image Source: Ketut Subiyanto, Pexels See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Evening Edition
 
Recently, Ngā Aho Whakaari, the national representative body for Māori on screen, announced their disappointment that the Māori screen sector has been left out of Covid relief funding. The Māori screen sector sits under two government bodies, Te Māngai Pāho and the Ministry of Broadcasting. However, the Ministry of Culture and Heritage's Screen Pro…
 
Last week, ACC launched their Sexual Violence Prevention Initiative; an intiative that is investing $44.9 million dollars, over four years, to establish a fit-for-purpose sexual violence primary prevention system. Of this $44.9 million, $11.7 million is being purposed for Kaupapa Māori approaches. This morning Zazi spoke to Emma Powell, ACC’s Chief…
 
According to the EY, more than 70% of SMEs in Malaysia either maintained or increased the level of digitization of their business practices over the past 12 months. The world of finance has experienced significant digitalisation as well, with the advent of digital banking. What does this mean for the future of business banking? How are SMEs evolvin…
 
As inflation rears its head in developed economies, market commentator Joe Quinlan weighs in on whether investors should be concerned about the threat of stagflation. He also discusses the sectors to keep watch on as economies reopen in the Asia-Pacific. Brought to you by Nespresso. Image credit: Shutterstock.com See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
Malaysian equity markets have been impacted by the glove sector in 2021 but will 2022 see better performance for the FBMKLCI? Alexander Chia, Regional Head of Research at RHB Investment Bank tells us how to position our portfolio for the new year and what his top picks are. Image credit: Shutterstock.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy info…
 
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