Best penang podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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PCC's English service messages delivered straight to you every week
 
The very first podcast entirely in Penang style Hokkien. Podcast中的首个槟城福建话节目。无所不谈。
 
Eaglepoint Church Penang - weekly Sunday podcasts
 
Penang Mac User Group (PgMUG) is a place for all the Mac User to meet, share and exchange information about their experiences in Mac.It is a place that every Mac or Non-Mac user who want to know about mac, to freely participate in the activities.
 
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Excel Point
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Ongline Video HD
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Ongline Podcast documents the life of a gay Malaysian-born Chinese American. Immerse yourself in the life of a not-so-typical individual. Expand your horizon by experiencing the topics, issues, stories, and simply, the life of a gay Asian man. Until now, the voice of a minority individual has not been this loud!
 
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Grace Life Radio
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This week on Bookmark, our resident literary critic Umapagan Ampikaipakan speaks to author Gerald Tan, about his painstaking tribute to the glory that is Penang street food.
 
Another episode with some creative editing from Z1. Wait, is Z1 here? What did we do the last weeeeeeeek? Y1 Got up, close and personal with a robot that says “Excuse Me”! A post shared by HAPAPAP (@hapapaplife) on Nov 16, 2017 at 6:35am PST A1 Watched another damn good Korean drama: Tunnel Z1 News from our Google Feeeeeeeed Penang government g ...…
 
Global warming has never really been at the forefront of discussions in this country. But what’s happening in Penang is indicative of something bigger that’s happening around the globe, and it’s going to happen more and more if we don’t do anything. Plus, the “Paradise Papers” show exactly what’s wrong with our world today.…
 
From the destruction and devastation in Penang, something beautiful was born – bipartisanship between leaders, for the sake of the rakyat. Also, yet another white American male shooter isn’t called a "terrorist" by the American media.
 
Interview with John Kenny from Keysight Part 1 of several more to come, released daily, stay tuned! Patrons and forum supports will get all the videos early. This one covers the history earlier days of HP, Bill & Dave and their philosophy, early recruitment, the design centres, cash cows, HP-Agilent-Keysight name changes. Keysight vs Danaher/GE ...…
 
We had a great conversation about travel and photography this week with our guest, Peter DeMarco. Peter is an award-winning travel photographer. His passion for helping people transform their photography shows through in the expert advice he shares. His work has been featured in National Geographic Traveler, CNN, and Digital Photography School ...…
 
What makes a city liveable? Think City's Duncan Cave explains the process and findings of the latest Penang City Index 2016, while Chee Sek Thim, founder of guesthouse Sinkeh, sheds light on doing business, and being a native and arts advocate in Penang. Cover image: Sidney Tan
 
What makes a city liveable? Think City's Duncan Cave explains the process and findings of the latest Penang City Index 2016, while Chee Sek Thim, founder of guesthouse Sinkeh, sheds light on doing business, and being a native and arts advocate in Penang. Cover Image: Sidney Tan
 
Gabion wall at Ballast Point Park. Image: McGregor Coxall Subscribe via iTunes podcast episodes RSS Today’s guest on Landscape Conversations is the Sydney based Landscape Architect, Philip Coxall from the firm McGregor Coxall. Philip has more than 20 years experience working on projects in England, Asia and Australia. These range from broad sca ...…
 
Food delivery startups in Asia. The food delivery space is huge, but needs a better, more efficient business model. If we believe to a certain extent from our vantage point in Asia that we can ‘see the future’ and build great businesses based on successes we have seen or see developing in the West, then can we also not determine what will fail ...…
 
Beatrice Lee is CEO of BSI VR. The former MD for the Asia-Pacific region for MP & Silva, Lee was part of the senior leadership team when the media rights agency was bought by Chinese firms Baofeng and Everbright in May last year. BSI - Baofeng Sports International - VR is a joint venture between tech giant Baofeng and Aser Media, the holding co ...…
 
Ruminate - Yohanna Yusrinal Ruminate was a spoken word event organised by Poet X in February 2017 where we showcased among the biggest talents of the contemporary poetry scene. In the third episode of the Ruminate series, we present you a true force of nature who lives in words and breathes words into life. A captivating performer, she oozes co ...…
 
Ruminate - Yohanna Yusrinal Ruminate was a spoken word event organised by Poet X in February 2017 where we showcased among the biggest talents of the contemporary poetry scene. In the third episode of the Ruminate series, we present you a true force of nature who lives in words and breathes words into life. A captivating performer, she oozes co ...…
 
This BZE Radio episode was broadcast on Monday 22nd May 2017 This week BZE is chewing over food security and climate from a global perspective, as BZE Radio’s Vivien Langford interviews Clare Westwood in Penang and Alan Broughton – Vice President Organic Agriculture Association, with special guest Robin Laurie aka Professor Pym.Thank you to our ...…
 
After an extended hiatus we’re back with a review of local Malaysian movie “You Mean the World to me“. Written and directed by Saw Teong Hin, this semi-autobiographical film is based on a stage play also by Saw Teong Hin and is set in Penang. As with most local films, it might not stick around in cinemas long, so if you like the sound of what y ...…
 
For this week’s episode of the podcast, Ugo had a great conversation with Matt Brandon. Matt Brandon is a Malaysia-based assignment photographer; Matt has experience photographing for nonprofits, assignment, and editorial work. Recently Matt was the still photographer for Indian Summers a Channel 4 & PBS series filmed in Penang, Malaysia. Matt ...…
 
For this week’s episode of the podcast, Ugo had a great conversation with Matt Brandon. Matt Brandon is a Malaysia-based assignment photographer; Matt has experience photographing for nonprofits, assignment, and editorial work. Recently Matt was the still photographer for Indian The post TTIM 75 – Matt Brandon appeared first on The Traveling Im ...…
 
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