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BFM :: Live & Learn
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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.
 
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BFM :: Market Watch
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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.
 
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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.
 
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BFM :: Earth Matters
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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.
 
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BFM :: Open For Business
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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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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Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. Malaysia is no stranger to dealing with obesity, and we’ve also been named the most obese nation in the region. In conjunction with World Obesity Day, we take a look at what we’ve been doing to tackle obesity, and what more can be done ...…
 
The recently released Social Prosperity Vision 2030 has identified a crime prevention index as one of the 8 social indicators of a progressive Malaysia. What really goes into a crime prevention index and how does the index contribute to creating safer spaces for us to live and thrive in? We speak to Rajiv Rishyakaran the ADUN for Bukit Gasing a ...…
 
Squawking alone, Jeff Sandhu talks about a machine-learning model from Facebook’s AI research group suggest tweaks to your outfit, pointing a possible future of algorithm. Also, now it’s your chance to name a moon, 20 of them in fact, found orbiting Saturn.
 
Comic books. Alternative history. Space-age Malaysia. Open For Business gets geeky with Azlan Tahir and Adley Ariffin, creators of a comic book series called Unity Macroverse. Under the surface, Unity works as a collaborative platform for local (and regional) creatives. We speak to Azlan and Adley about the business of creative ventures, social ...…
 
Peck Boon Soon, Chief ASEAN Economist at RHB Research Institute, tells us what he expects from Budget 2020, in particular how the government intends to implement its Shared Prosperity Vision whilst looking at bigger problems the government faces today in light of the slowing global growth impacting trade flows and business sentiments.…
 
Nicholas Khaw, Economist and Director of Research for Khazanah Nasional and Tai Lai Kok, Head of Tax for Malaysia at KPMG, share their views on reducing the wealth gap and further developing the country, in a special extended panel discussion on Budget 2020.
 
Markets remain volatile as US and China continue trade talks in Washington but Carlos Casanova, Chief Asian Economist of Coface warns that concessions if any, will be "micro". He also weighs in on the India-China talks but expects more from joint counter terrorism efforts rather than economic collaboration.…
 
Malaysia is set to become an ageing population very soon, which means that people aged 65 and above will become a significant part of society. But how healthy is the elderly population in Malaysia? We turn to the results of the National Health and Morbidity Survey 2018 on Elderly Health for some insights.…
 
With Deepavali coming up later this month, the usual decorative motifs of oil lamps, kolams, and peacocks are starting to pop up around town. But an art exhibition called “Banana Leaf” seeks to present a different view into the Malaysian Indian community, by featuring a diverse array of artists with works that turn the stereotypical idea of “In ...…
 
As we approach Budget 2020, we look into the proposed legislation on the tax on digital services that was revealed in the previous Budget. Ng Sue Lynn of KPMG Tax Services talks to us about what businesses should expect, the extent to which the Tax on Digital Services will affect consumers and expectations for the upcoming Budget.…
 
Data breaches are becoming more apparent in the Malaysian business landscape. Just a couple of years ago, Malaysia witnessed its largest mobile data breach with over 46 million users affected. We speak to CyberSecurity Malaysia on why organisations struggle with cloud security and their initiative to curb cloud related data breach.…
 
We are in a time of immense challenges to sustainable development. To end global challenges such as poverty, inequality, climate and environmental degradation, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been introduced. With only 11 years to achieving Agenda 2030, it is clear that we are the last generation that can prevent irreparable da ...…
 
Now we have heard a lot about fiscal and monetary policy this year, and with Budget 2020 just round the corner, Roshan speaks with Carmelo to help break all this down and maybe add more context for Budget 2020 and what it means for us.
 
More than a year into the Pakatan Harapan administration, questions abound over how the coalition is holding up and whether it will survive GE15. For some insight into this, we speak to Tan Sri Rais Yatim, Former Cabinet Minister and Supreme Council Member of Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia, about the relationships between parties in the coaliti ...…
 
With protest continuing in Hong Kong, we ask Tony Nash, Chief Economist and CEO of Complete Intelligence, whether it can hang on to its title of Asia's financial hub and does this have any impact on China. We also ask him if we can expect anything from US-China trade talks that are happening in Washington later this week.…
 
We always want the best of everything for our children but how is our healthcare system doing when it comes to providing health and social services for children? With Budget 2020 about to be announced in a few days, on today’s show we take a look at the state of children’s healthcare in Malaysia, what we’re doing right (and wrong), and what we ...…
 
As more and more of the world’s population move towards living in cities, architects and planners are shifting their focus towards preparing urban centres for the increased number of inhabitants. We speak to Caroline Bos and Ren Yee from UN Studio which is a Dutch architectural practice specialising in sustainable building and planning practices.…
 
What are some of the issues that older people need to deal with when it comes to contemplating the end of their lives? It may sound like a morbid topic, but preparedness is key for ensuring that medical and legal complications do not detract from living life to the end, with dignity. Raja Eileeen Soraya and Ramakrishna Tharini from the Medico-L ...…
 
If you’re always wondering what to have for lunch at work, SmartBite has the solution for you. The food delivery service uses AI and machine learning to help corporate workers quickly pick their lunch meals, with no delivery or minimum charge. We speak to the KL-based foodtech startup about making data-driven lunch meal decisions, the sustainab ...…
 
Stripe is disrupting the payments ecosystem and during its official launch in Malaysia, Roshan sat down with John to talk about the future of Stripe, their entry into Malaysia and the pathway to profitability.
 
Dodge Dorland, Chief Investment Officer of Landor Wealth Management chimes in on recent deterioration of US-China relations and what it means for markets. He also gave his views on whether the Federal Reserve will cut rates at the next Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting or wait till year end especially when voting members may be split ...…
 
If you have diabetes, managing your weight is key to keeping your blood glucose under control. But weight management is a serious struggle for many people with diabetes. We speak to consultant endocrinologist Dr Hew Fen Lee from Subang Jaya Medical Centre about the complex relationship between weight and diabetes.…
 
Navi Indran Pillai is a 28-year-old cancer survivor who is still undergoing cancer treatment, which she will require for the rest of her life. An Indian classical dancer, Navi has decided to put on her solo debut dance show to raise funds for her treatment, in order to ease her parents’ financial burden. We speak with Navi about living with can ...…
 
When travelling, tourist traps are all too common and often do not reflect the true spirit of the country travelled to. LokaLocal is a startup dedicated to creating authentic experiences with the union of local expert knowledge and traveller insight, and founder Chin Yoon Khen joins us in the studio to discuss LokaLocal’s aim to become your one ...…
 
Global economies and markets have been gripped by increasing risks and talks of a potential recession, due to the US-China trade tensions and slowing global growth. So we speak to Harvard-trained economist and ex-deputy governor of Bank Negara, Tan Sri Dato’ Dr Lin See Yan, to discuss the health of the Malaysian economy and whether we can withs ...…
 
With all eyes on the trade talks between US President Donald Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, we ask Joe Quinlan about his expectations on that, as well as on other risks in the Eurozone and Taiwan.
 
Vision problems are on the rise among young children, and it can have life-long consequences for them. But detecting whether your child has a vision problem can be difficult, especially if you don’t know what to look out for. We’re speaking to Dr Choong Yee Fong, consultant ophthalmic surgeon from the International Specialist Eye Centre to lear ...…
 
Dr Jean McNeil is a novelist, poet and essayist, and was writer-in-residence with the British Antarctic Survey for a few months, and has since made several trips to the Antarctic region and to the Arctic. Her memoir and polar travel narrative "Ice Diaries" was named as one of the best nature books by The Guardian in the UK in 2018. She joins us ...…
 
Nothing ever happens in your business until you generate enquiries or prospects. How you think about your marketing and create your campaigns will determine if your marketing strategy succeeds or fails. Jeevan Sahadevan joins us to coach listeners on how to create incredible marketing campaigns.
 
Nizam Mahshar, CEO of Institut Masa Depan Malaysia (MASA), which formulated the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 policy and Tricia Yeoh, Research Fellow and ex-Chief Operating Officer of the independent public policy think tank Institute of Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS), talk about the ideologies and way ahead for the ten-year plan, inten ...…
 
Kingsley Jones, Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Jevons Global, tells us that the Federal Reserve doesn't have to cut rates at the next FOMC but is likely to do so at year end. He, however, sees tough times ahead for markets and advocates a defensive strategy and going long on equities with reasonable valuations supported by yield.…
 
Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. Have you, as a patient, ever felt that your safety was at risk while receiving care? Or if you are a healthcare provider, have you ever wished you could devote more time to each patient but were overstretched in terms of time and energ ...…
 
Squaking alone, Jeff Sandhu talks about Russia. From how they plan to cut the internet and gene edited babies.
 
After spending 18 years at Maxis, Ratna Nadarajan left the corporate sector and got into the events scene. His company, Mojo Projects, has organized some pretty interesting concerts and festivals in the Indian entertainment space. We speak to Ratna about the challenges of crafting unique events, turning a profit, and Mojo’s progression into fil ...…
 
Founded in 2006, Anaplan provides cloud-based planning software that claims to revolutionise the way businesses collaborate and make decisions. We speak to Simon Tucker, Chief Planning Officer of Anaplan, on the company's direction and growth strategy in the Asia-Pacific region amid uncertain economic times.…
 
When it comes to breast cancer, we’ve spoken at length about advancements in treatment. But the fact is that many cases of breast cancer in Malaysia are still diagnosed at the late stages. We need to take a few steps back and ask ourselves whether we are doing enough in terms of screening and self-examination in order to pick up breast cancer e ...…
 
Have you ever wondered, what are the practical realities of being a visual artist in Kuala Lumpur and wanting to buy your own home? Well, you might find the answer at an exhibition called “Whose Dream House?” by artists MeiKei Ho and Ong Cai Bin. In their joint show, MeiKei and Cai Bin ruminate on the pressures modern home ownership and questio ...…
 
As Malaysia is taking further strides in embracing IR 4.0, the ultimate enable of this autonomous functionality will be ‘Fast Data’ - the capability of machines to process and analyse vast amounts of information in real time. Micron Technologies are one of the giants of the memory and data industry and with its Centre of Excellence for SSD whic ...…
 
SensorFlow is a smart energy management startup from Singapore that combines IoT and AI to automate energy consumption for hotel buildings more sustainable and energy-efficient. It was created from the realisation that tourism and hospitality industry is one of the biggest contributors to global energy demands and carbon emissions. And in line ...…
 
Statistics show that more than 75% of new and small companies from around the world shut down every year. This failure rate is staggeringly high and extremely concerning because it means seven out of ten companies are likely to fail. Flipidea is a startup on a mission to guide aspiring entrepreneurs and students to discover analytical insights ...…
 
Although September turned out to be a net positive for US stocks, October is starting out on quite a negative foot as US equities have fallen for a second day in a row. So in light of that, with the upcoming Malaysian Budget and falling interest rates, Roshan speaks to Rajen Devadason about ways to deal with the falling interest rates.…
 
Deleum is a player in the local oil and gas market, providing services to Petronas, among others. But as a company that’s dependent on the oil production business, what is Deleum doing to stay above water in an industry which is seeing great volatility? Roshan speaks to its group managing director, Nan Yusri, about the company’s challenges, pos ...…
 
Vishnu Varathan, Head of Economics & Strategy at Mizuho Bank, talks about the impact of China’s evolving economic future on ASEAN, poor US economic data on risk markets, and volatile Saudi oil production on global prices.
 
We return with our monthly mental health clinic with consultant clinical psychologist Paul Jambunathan. On this segment, we address your concerns regarding mental, emotional and psychosocial issues. If you need emotional support, you can call Befrienders at 03-79568145/8144 or email sam@befrienders.org.my.…
 
Malaysia is one of only 25 countries that denies Malaysian women the right to confer nationality on their children on an equal basis as Malaysian men. Many are calling for Malaysia to amend the federal constitution to allow both men and women to confer their citizenship on their children born outside of Malaysia through the same process. We fin ...…
 
Small, independent boutique hotels around the world are struggling in this climate. They don’t have the financial clout to make their presence felt, leaving them at risk of big-chain buyouts and being stomped out of the market. But there may be a solution for these hoteliers - ZUZU Hospitality Solutions wants to help hoteliers focus on hospital ...…
 
Global roles and responsibilities of corporate directors have risen in tandem with higher levels of corporate governance. However in Malaysia, directors are sometimes seen as cronies and just a boys' club. By recognising the issue, the SC formed Institute of Corporate Directors Malaysia (ICDM), a one-stop shop for all boards and directors in an ...…
 
Amid the volatility and selling pressure in the US markets, Dodge Dorland is looking at some high dividend paying stocks within utilities and REITs.
 
Are you worried that your child seems to have an abnormal walking gait, flat feet or some condition related to the hip, foot or musculoskeletal system? You might want to think twice before subjecting your child to an MRI scan or other procedures and devices. Consultant orthopaedic surgeon Dr Rajesh Singh and consultant paediatric orthopaedic su ...…
 
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