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As beautiful and bustling KL is, the capital city can also be scary & intimidating place for many. Providing a helping hand to explore the undiscovered gems and stories from in and around the greater valley is I Love KL, the show that brings you closer to the people and places of our beloved capital.
 
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.
 
Listen back to features and interviews from 95bFM's daily news & current affairs show. Your hosts Joe Wickins, Christina Huang, Stella Huggins, Joe Wickins and Casper McGuire focus on the issues of Tāmaki Makaurau and elsewhere in independent-thinking bFM style. Weekdays 12-1pm on 95bFM.
 
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.
 
BFM BUSINESS PARTENAIRE - Tech & Co Business, 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.
 
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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This podcast presents current challenges and solutions through insightful discussions with key industry experts. Each episode is hosted by a member of the Built for Marketing team and explores a range construction, building products and built environment topics.
 
Season One: The Book of Syu Zee. The Clone Wars have ended, and the Jedi Purge has just begun. Star Wars: Knightfall is a fan-made, Saga Edition actual-play podcast set in the Star Wars universe. Set three years after Revenge of the Sith, Knightfall follows Jedi Padawan Syu Zee (Paden Castle), Clone Trooper Photon (Rich Caposell), and mercenary Nelos Kath (BFM) as they navigate a tyrannical galaxy in search of a lost planet while in turn being hunted by the Empire’s newest weapon, the Inquis ...
 
Our resident literary critic Umapagan Ampikaipakan not only blows dust off books by dead white men, he also roams among more current writers of all hues, often finding links between the written word and the word made film. After all, he's also a courter of the cinema.
 
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.
 
Breaking Bread is a brand new food show that aims to foster any and all geeky discussions surrounding food. Whether it is figuring out the intricacies of our kuih-muih, deep-diving into Malaysian coffee culture, or hunting for the best Laksas in town, this show shines a light on the food we eat and how it ties to the very fabric of our Malaysian culture and identity.
 
Noooo ... not of the leather and chains variety, but a cheeky abbreviation of any of the following terms: Stocks, Shares, Syndicates, Stakes, Speculation or even Smart. 'M'? Well, Money comes to mind. So does Manipulation, Markets, Money, Mandate, Measure and, well, Moolah! The S&M Show: an honest and colourful analysis of who and what drives and makes the markets behave the way they do. A weekly show on BFM 89.9, the wide, wild world of investing has never been this colourful! Give us your ...
 
New Zealand's longest-running kids radio show, the 95bFM Kids' Show is a place where children get to share their thoughts, interests and talents live on the radio, with hosts Lee and/or Finn. Running since forever-ago, the Kids' Show features games and competitions, stories, songs and lots of laughter as well as plain old conversation. It's a happy community of children and families who call up every week to chat and participate. Broadcast on 95bFM every Sunday morning from 7 to 9am.
 
A podcast featuring inspiring people about their journey to discovering and living their "WHY" or purpose in life. With your host & producer, Ling Yah, we deep dive into everything from finances to dealing with doubts and setbacks, and how to forge an unconventional career from ground zero! Expect to hear from entrepreneurs, artists, journalists, musicians, Hollywood actresses, VC founders and more. Visit www.sothisismywhy.com for more details!
 
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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Ketuanan Pengundi (or Voter Supremacy) is a series in collaboration with Bersih. This series will explore 6 key reforms that the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections is championing to empower voters, ahead of GE15. In the second episode, we explore the need for a recall election law/mechanism on top of the Anti-Hopping Law that was recently passe…
 
With Budget 2023 slated to be tabled on October 7th, questions arise whether Pakatan Harapan would abide by the MOU signed with the government and support the budget. In addition, is PH coming up with its own shadow budget to provide an alternative to the voting public? We speak to PKR member and Subang MP Wong Chen on opposition expectations for t…
 
How is the human skeleton affected by space travel? And why does it matter to the rest of us who may never see the inside of a space shuttle? A recent study answers the first question, finding that astronauts who spend long periods in space suffer damage to their bone structure, causing their skeleton to age prematurely by up to 10 years. To answer…
 
By IUCN estimates, over 300 million tons of plastic are produced every year for use in a wide variety of applications. At least 14 million tons of plastic end up in the ocean every year, and plastic makes up 80% of all marine debris found from surface waters to deep-sea sediments. The International Coastal Clean-up (ICC) takes place every September…
 
This is an interview where Freda Liu (former STIMY Ep 27 guest!), BFM 89.9 radio TV host turned the tables and interviewed.. me! About my personal journey, particularly with starting this So This Is My Why Podcast. It's still strange to hear myself speak even after publishing 94 episodes, but I do hope you find something interesting out of this int…
 
Carmen - the world's most performed opera - is set to be staged again by the Kuala Lumpur City Opera, and will feature a double cast for the leading roles of Carmen, Don José, Escamillo, and Micäela. Perhaps French composer Georges Bizet’s best known work, Carmen expressively features depictions of love, obsession and jealousy, and has become a fix…
 
We get you out of bed, to your first cup of coffee or to your first destination of your day with thought-provoking discussions on ideas, people and events shaping all our lives. 02:45: Voice Assistant bad for social and cognitive development? 08:52: The case for 4 day school week 15:23: International headlines 21:13: Local headlines Image credit: S…
 
Kedai KL, an artisanal marketplace, is the latest hip spot in town that champions local entrepreneurs and artisans by providing them with spaces to showcase their products and services. We speak to the co-founders, Dato’ Sharon Haniffa and Datin Christine Bong to find out the thought process that goes into curating the marketplace, as well as what …
 
Although mid-tier companies represent around 2% of total business establishments, they contribute around 40% to Malaysia's GDP. How can Budget 2023 create a level playing field for Malaysian mid-tier businesses which are so important as they attempt to compete in regional markets? We speak to Callum Chen of the Malaysian Consortium of Mid-Tier Comp…
 
Brazilians went to the polls to vote for a President, which ended in a runoff which is now scheduled for October 30th. The main candidates for Latin America’s largest economy could not be more different in personality and policy. Clara Ferreira Marques, columnist, at Bloomberg Opinion gives us her opinions on President Jair Bolsanaro and Luiz Inaci…
 
Staff from all 8 of Aotearoa’s universities have voted to strike tomorrow, demanding a pay rise of 8 per cent to match inflation. 87 per cent of Tertiary Education Union members voted in favour of the strike action, which comes just weeks before students are set to begin exams, citing difficulties keeping up with the cost of living, and "unmanageab…
 
This week on The Wire for Rāapa Wednesday: Casper speaks to David Seymour in our weekly chat with the ACT Party, this week, they chat about the ACT party's calls to reduce or scrap mandatory covid isolation periods, as well as their party fundraiser for Ukraine. Emilia chats to Dr Sean Sturm from the Tertiary Education Union about their decision to…
 
Tāmaki Makurau's rail network is undergoing a major rebuild, which will see rail lines across the city temporarily close over the coming years. These services are expected to be replaced by buses. Three regional transport agencies, including Auckland Transport are calling on immigration minister Michael Wood to urgently review immigration settings …
 
Finance Minister has warned that the economy might face challenging times in 2023. Since banks are a barometer of economic growth, what is the growth outlook? Nabil Thoo, Equity Research Analyst at RHB Banking Group gives us his view of this critical sector and his top picks. Image credit: Shutterstock See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
The struggles that come along with starting new ventures and businesses often go undiscussed. So what should you prepare for when embarking on the path of entrepreneurship? Yap Sue Yii, serial entrepreneur and founder and CEO of Komuniti Tukang Jahit, joins us to share the truths behind founding startups and discuss how to overcome the challenges t…
 
We Malaysians love celebrating our culture at every opportunity, especially our food; we love eating it, talking about it, and even collecting food memorabilia. Miniature creator Ling Hooi Yin, founder of TinyPinc Miniatures discusses her long-running venture in creating teeny tiny token versions of local cuisine, and how she aims to educate Malays…
 
Budget 2023 will be tabled in Parliament this Friday, the 7th of October. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob previously stated that the government will table a Gender Responsive Budget, especially for B40 households. But what should a gender responsive budget look like, and how should the government address the needs of women? We’re join…
 
Parliament is back, where we bring you updates from the Dewan Rakyat. The MP's discussed a variety of topics today, including job scam syndicates and the guaranteed minimum price (or GMP) for 1kg of paddy purchased from farmers. Things got heated when Ipoh Barat MP, M. Kulasegaran accused the government of being out of touch with business owners wh…
 
According to the Malaysia Retail Industry Report for September 2022, Malaysia’s retail industry recorded a growth rate of 62% in retail sales in Q2 versus 18.3% in the prior quarter. But will consumer sentiment remain high as inflation bites? We speak to Tan Hai Hsin of Retail group Malaysia on retail players’ Budget 2023 wishlist. Brought to you b…
 
With the Nobel Prizes being handed out this week, Dr Joel Rindelaub dropped into the studio for Dear Science to discuss historic Nobel Prize snubs through the years with a common theme - they were all women. Joel and Christina had a kōrero about Rosalind Franklin, Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Chien-Shiung Wu, Lise Meitner and Donna DeEtte Elbert about the…
 
This week, the Wire with Christina kicked off with a Dear Science Nobel Prize special with Joel Rindelaub. Christina also spoke to Dr Shane Reti from the National Party for their weekly segment, where they discussed meningitis and a bill to reduce alcohol harm In the wake of last week’s poll results on whether Aotearoa should become a republic, Chr…
 
A new study has found young people of ethnic minority backgrounds in Aotearoa are treated worse by police, health services and education providers if they look less white. The study is the largest in this field and backs up a vast amount of anecdotal evidence of prejudice in New Zealand society, and has opened up discussions of how we should addres…
 
Last week, a 1News Kantar Public Poll found 50% of Kiwis don’t want Aotearoa to become a republic. Just 27% said they were in favour of ditching the monarchy, a drop from last November, when the same question was asked. To discuss this poll and whether it’s time for Aotearoa to become a republic, Christina spoke with Lewis Holden, chair of the New …
 
The recent ‘8th Business Sentiment Survey’ by the EU-ASEAN Business Council (EU-ABC) reinforced ASEAN’s position as a strong trading partner for the EU. Chris Humphrey, Executive Director of the EU-ASEAN Business Council, unpacks what makes the ASEAN region a prime location for EU businesses. Image Credit: Shutterstock | Onlyshaynestockphoto See om…
 
There are more than 7,000 types of rare diseases, yet the interest and investment into rare diseases are often limited to a handful of more well-known diseases. For people living with rare diseases and their families, the journey from diagnosis to accessing treatment can take a huge emotional and financial toll. Ahead of the tabling of Budget 2023,…
 
Education brings a brighter future. Ideas Academy aims to provide high-quality, affordable education to students in Kuala Lumpur by bridging technology and traditional education. Chairman, Jan Willem Smulders, shares how they help students to become successful contributing citizens of the world. Image Credit: Ideas Academy Facebook Page See omnystu…
 
German Unity Day, which falls on the 3rd of October, is celebrated in Germany to commemorate its reunification in 1990, when West and East Germany were unified. More than three decades later, the country has grown to become a superpower in Europe and a symbol of progress in the world. But with a war raging on nearby in Ukraine and right wing govern…
 
Parliament is back, where we bring you updates from the Dewan Rakyat. In today's session, MPs discussed various topics including the state of our domestic and foreign economic challenges, Pasir Salak MP Dato Sri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman's suspension from Umno, our highway projects, the progress of the LCS Project, and the government’s guarantee that i…
 
SMEs were hammered during the pandemic, struggling with limited cash flow and reliance on brick-and-mortar operations. The government sought to help them with multiple assistance packages amounting to billions, as well as the record Budget 2022 of RM332 billion. With the country’s economy still on shaky ground, what can we expect from Budget 2023 t…
 
The Clone Wars have ended and the Great Jedi Purge has wiped out most of the Galaxy’s former heroes. Having survived their first encounter with an Imperial Inquisitor, Syu Zee and his companions have fled Nar Shaddaa, with the child in tow. Photon now stands in confrontation with a second Inquisitor, the former Jedi Padawan Kyle Xander... Knightfal…
 
The Straits Times Index (STI) has given up all its gains on a year to date basis but still remains one of the better performing Asia markets. What then is the outlook for the last quarter of the year considering the deceleration of the global economy? Geoff Howie, Market Strategist at Singapore Exchange gives us his outlook. Image credit: Shutterst…
 
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