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Best BFM Media podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best BFM Media podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Dovish or hawkish? Over or underweight? We speak to analysts to understand how decisions and events affect key markets across the world.
 
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.
 
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BFM :: Front Row
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Don’t be afraid of the arts. You too can enjoy it! Don't believe us? Tune in to Front Row to find out about the best shows and exhibitions that will recharge your brain and restore your spirit, as told by the producers, performers and artists themselves.
 
As the saying goes, something new every day. Listen to thought-provoking conversations with people who have something to share about their lives, about what connects heart, mind and soul, and values, culture and traditions.
 
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.
 
Wander and be enlightened by the endlessly fascinating inner universe that is the human body. We speak with experts, Nobel laureates, cancer survivors and healthcare workers who share their unique perspectives on wellness and living and the latest medical research.
 
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BFM :: Tech Talk
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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.
 
Featuring a roll-call of guests, the marquee show of BFM, The Breakfast Grille is no-holds barred to get to the truth and into the minds of business leaders, policymakers and changemakers.
 
Featuring personal business stories of entrepreneurs, from early stage start-ups, all the way to billionaire octogenarians in Malaysia and abroad, Open for Business is a valuable resource of shared experiences for the SME industry. The occasional business coach makes an appearance for a different perspective on business concerns.
 
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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When it comes to chronic kidney disease, the numbers are staggering. More than 40,000 people in Malaysia on dialysis for kidney disease, and more than 100,000 Malaysians are expected to suffer kidney failure over the next two decades. How do we fare in terms of managing chronic kidney disease, and are we paying enough attention to our diet? We ...…
 
Marika Sardar holds the distinction of being the first Asian curator to be appointed by the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, one of the world’s leading museums for Islamic art. Ahead of her appearance at Gallery Weekend Kuala Lumpur 2019, we speak with Marika about her interest in Islamic art, her work with the Aga Khan Museum, and how art curation ...…
 
Usually when you travel, you tend to look forward to the food you’ll try when you get to your destination; it’s not often that you look forward to the food during your journey on the airplane itself. But for AirAsia’s Santan and T&CO, the inflight food has found such a demand that Catherine Goh is now spearheading the opening of ASEAN’s first f ...…
 
MARA's assets have been or are in the process of being transferred to MARA Corporation Sdn Bhd with hopes of higher performance and even dividends to the government. The continued political-business nexus hopefully doesn't get in the way of achieving MARA's challenging mission of truly uplifting poor Bumiputeras. Apart from the focus on what is ...…
 
With a decent result season, strong job creation and an expected good 4th quarter retail sales, Joe Quinlan, Chief Market Strategist at US Trust-BOA Private Wealth Management, tells us that markets should do better despite a roll back in trade talks.
 
Whenever you visit a clinic, see a doctor, or anytime you talk about anything to do with your health, you’re actually coming into contact with the health system. Our health system is what we depend on to ensure that we get the services and care we need to stay healthy. But there’s more to it than just hospitals and doctors. On this short series ...…
 
MyForest Watch was launched back in 2017, and looks at Malaysia’s natural heritage, our forests, and how non-state actors - non-governmental organisations, civil societies, local communities, the private sector and the public – can inform and change policies towards better forest governance. We find out more about this five-year project from Dr ...…
 
Zeehan and her Michelin Star trained chef husband Chai had on paper, all the right ingredients for a successful restaurant. However, the perennial issue of Location, Location, Location was a thorn that needed to be overcome. What do you do to acquire customers when you are not visible to ground traffic? We discuss this and Customer Retention on ...…
 
The International Baccalaureate Organisation is a Swiss non-profit, best known for its IB programme offered in over 150 countries worldwide. Today on the Breakfast Grille, we speak to IBO Director General Dr. Siva Kumari about the organisation's direction, mental health concerns, and how the organisation has fared under her leadership.…
 
With the Fed rate cut and better than expected corporate earnings, we ask Stephen Innes, Asia-Pacific Market Strategist for AxiTrader if its really risk on for investors with a permanent tilt towards riskier assets. We also asked why the pound seems to be unaffected by Moody's downgrade of outlook on UK from stable to negative.…
 
Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. Lung cancer is one of the most fatal cancers in Malaysia – not because it cannot be treated but because 90% of cases in Malaysia are only detected at the advanced stages. What can we do to diagnose lung cancer earlier, so that patients ...…
 
With the voting age in Malaysia now lowered to 18 years old, the spotlight is firmly on the role that youth can play in governance. Are our youth aware of the impact that they have on policy making, or is there still a disinterest in politics. We speak to Mistika Idris and Faizul bin Zuraimi who are part of the upcoming Youth Economic Forum (YE ...…
 
Facebook rebrands to FACEBOOK and Google reinvents the paper with the Paper Phone. We are scratching our heads as well.
 
In a world where constant change is the new normal, today’s show looks at the science behind the epidemic of uncertainty and wonders: is there any way to cope?
 
Travel isn’t what it used to be. With so much data at a marketer’s disposal, the travel industry has now become a highly-customizable one. We speak to Koddi’s Alexander Steenbakkers-Noffke about using data the right way, common misconceptions, as well as how tech has changed the way we travel.
 
As the world gears for Industrial Revolution 4.0, an estimated 47% of workers stand to lose their jobs to automation. Scholar, Carl Benedikt Frey argues in his latest book, The Technology Trap, that policy-makers should draw lessons from history in strategizing and adapting to the tide of technology. We discuss how technology, economics and pol ...…
 
We speak to Tim about the possible tariff rollbacks, reconciling Wall Street earnings with market performance and the rally in oil prices. We also check in on his thoughts around glamour tech stocks as the NYSE’s Fang+ index underperforms the wider US stock market.
 
Injuries can be tough for those who just love to play. Whether you're a professional athlete or a gymrat, all you would want to do after recovering from an injury is to hit the ground running. We’re continuing a conversation we had last month with Dr Harjeet Singh, and we’ll be taking a deep dive into the recovery process at the return of play.…
 
There are few stories as iconic as that of Dr Frankenstein and his monster - from Mary Shelley’s classic novel to numerous onscreen portrayals. A local musical theatre production called Frankenstein 2039, seeks to reimagine the story of a man trying to play God, by updating and setting the story in a futuristic dystopian setting. We speak to th ...…
 
Freaky Clown (not his real name, obviously) or FC as he is mostly known, breaks into banks and public institutions - and actually relishes being caught. As an ethical hacker and social engineer, he invades organisations, not with hostile intentions, but to demonstrate weaknesses in physical, personnel and digital controls; which in turn he help ...…
 
WeChat mini-programs are “sub-applications” within the WeChat ecosystem. They enable to provide advanced features to users such as e-commerce, task management, coupons etc. Cathering to 1.4 billion people in China can be a lucrative idea but new ecommerce decree implemented by the Chinese government has stopped many local businesses who want to ...…
 
Many of us office bound folks may have, over the years, developed lower back pain thanks to the length of time that we’re sat down at our desks. Some companies have made it their mission to eliminate this problem through innovation. Standing desks and ergonomic chairs, to name a couple - and this is where EVIS have position themselves. EVIS (Ev ...…
 
Roshan explores houses, renting & car loans with Robert and also talks about the upcoming Ringgit And Sense Live happening in 2 weeks.
 
Khazanah-backed education service provider LeapEd aims to develop holistic students with 21st century competencies via sustainable practices in schools. We speak to its managing director about its goals and how LeapEd's vision can be incorporated with the current education system.
 
How are markets reacting to the rising tide of uncertainty over the US-China trade deal and a slower global economy? We speak to Vishnu Varathan, Head of Economics and Strategy at Mizuho Bank, about the PBOC's latest easing move, Thailand's interest rate cut, and a decline in Japan's services sector activity.…
 
When it comes to coping with autism, it is not easy to decide which intervention will best suit you or your child. There is a wide range of interventions and approaches available for both children and adults with autism. One of these interventions is the Son-Rise programme. We find out more about the programme from Raun Kaufman, director of glo ...…
 
Just mentioning the word hemp is enough to induce titters in polite company, as the immediate association is with a particular psychoactive drug. But how many people are aware that hemp is actually one of the world’s oldest domesticated crops in the world, with uses ranging from food source to textile fibres and even biofuel. We speak to Mohama ...…
 
Eats, Shoots & Roots has been growing communities through growing food for the last 7 years. They design edible gardens on balconies and backyards for people in the city and run educational programmes for kids to help grow green thumbs at an early age. We speak to the social enterprise about their growth, how they’ve dealt with the influx of co ...…
 
With Bank Negara expected to launch a digital banking framework, we speak to Chan Jit Hoong, analyst with Hong Leong Investment Bank, to find out how this will impact the existing Malaysian Banks and who is ready for this disruption. He also weighs in on the overall banking sector and his top stock picks.…
 
Private equity investments have grown a lot in the past few years, and is no longer the quiet cousin of the investment world. Tan Chow Yin of Dymon Asia Private Equity tells us about the Malaysian private equity landscape, the recent deal flows, and the all important exit while he faces competition from the big boys of PE funds.…
 
Against the backdrop of record highs charted by US markets, we speak to Dodge Dorland, Chief Investment Officer of Landor Wealth Management, about several US names which are seeing share lockups expire this week.
 
What happens when an engineer gets to look into the musculoskeletal system? How would an engineer or a material scientist use their expertise to optimise the performance of our bones, joints and soft tissues? Consultant orthopaedic surgeon Dr Rajesh Singh walks us through how different scientific disciplines come together to give us advances li ...…
 
It might seem like quite an undertaking to commit to a 10-year project, but that’s exactly what Indonesian multidisciplinary artists Irwan Ahmett and Tita Salina have done with their The Flame of the Pacific project. The project is a series of artistic and social interventions that range from Indonesia to New Zealand, and reflect on the geopoli ...…
 
Crisps, cookies, and granolas, especially when they’re homemade, are a real luxury - and it’s always great to support a Malaysian brand. Kintry, short for Kindred Pantry, and “坚持” in Chinese which means persevere, is a great name for an artisanal snack company born out of love, hardship, and self-realisation. Kintry’s founder, Michelle Chai, di ...…
 
New Zealand, despite being Home of Middle-Earth, hasn’t had the easiest time attracting tourists. That might be — at least in part — due to its relatively remote location, which naturally makes the nation a more exclusive vacation destination. So how is Tourism New Zealand attempting to lure more Malaysian and Southeast Asian tourists? And how ...…
 
Joe Quinlan of US Trust-BOA Private Wealth Management tells us that its risk on mode again with ebbing US-China trade war tensions and that there are opportunities in both markets especially in the technology space. He also says that there are still opportunities in the Fixed Income space especially for govvies and corporate bonds but prefers t ...…
 
To round off our month-long World Heart Day special coverage, consultant cardiologist Dr Choo Gim Hooi from Cardiac Vascular Sentral Kuala Lumpur answers all your questions on heart health in our heart clinic segment.
 
Pig-tailed macaques have a bad reputation as crop raiders, widely regarded as a pest in agricultural crops, including oil palm. But a new study shows they only cause only relatively minor losses in palm oil yield, and more importantly, they actively search for rats, a major oil palm pest. So are macaques acting as a biological pest control in o ...…
 
It’s that time of the year when you begin setting goals and plans for your business next year. But where do you even start? Jeevan Sahadevan cuts through the fog of business goal setting.
 
From its humble beginnings in Yokohama, Japan, international relocation and logistics services company, Crown Worldwide Group, has expanded its presence to nearly 60 countries over 5 decades. Sharidz speaks to founder, James E Thompson, on the company’s next phase of growth as well as global trends in the logistics industry.…
 
It's been an interesting week for markets, with the S&P500 charting record highs and Saudi Aramco kicking off its long-awaited IPO. For more, we speak to Kingsley Jones, Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Jevons Global, for his take on Aramco, Twitter, as well as the Reserve Bank of Australia's upcoming meeting.…
 
Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. Falls among the elderly can occur anywhere, including at the hospital. So what can our healthcare system do to prevent and manage falls? In conjunction with the upcoming 1st World Congress on Falls and Postural Stability to be held in ...…
 
Law & Behold is an ongoing series aimed at improving constitutional literacy among Malaysians, done in collaboration with The Malaysian Bar and the University of Malaya's Faculty of Law. On this episode, we discuss the constitutional basis for national unity with Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Shad Saleem Faruqi, a Professor of Constitutional Law ...…
 
On the post-Halloween episode, the Geeks talk about the death of SMS and the death of the iPhone 5.
 
Organoids are tiny laboratory grown human brains. Along with DNA biohacking and advances in robotics and artificial intelligence, are we on the verge of creating Numans, a post-human species?
 
Wok It, famous for its ‘tapao’ style dishes in a box, is closing its main branch in Subang. But the company is putting a positive spin on the closure. In a series of social media posts, Wok It explained why they’re moving to a smaller space, and how the current F&B landscape allows for more transactions even without a big physical storefront. W ...…
 
Radio softwares are slightly niche, but important nonetheless. A major player in this space is RCS and Media Monitors, which makes the radio software for most radio stations in Malaysia. We speak to its CEO about business growth strategies and the future of radio.
 
Carlos Casanova, Chief Asian Economist at Coface, warns that US - China trade tensions are here to stay and Hong Kong has been impacted but Taiwan is relatively a winner in this war benefiting from the substitution effect with its GDP forecast raised to 2.53%.
 
A recent study published in The Lancet found that the risk of breast cancer from the use of HRT is higher than what was thought. We’re speaking to Dr Premitha Damodaran, consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, to help us understand the results of this study and how this affects women on HRT.
 
On today’s Tech Talk episode, we speak to Dr Chia-Chi Teng from Brigham Young University in Utah, USA about the evolution of cybersecurity. Dr Teng’s research areas include computer vision, machine learning, healthcare technology, virtual & mixed reality, mobile & cloud applications, and cybersecurity. He is also a co-inventor of more than a do ...…
 
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