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Radio 3 Highlights
The MPF is now a HK$500 billion industry, according to data that tracks member balances. On Money For Nothing we talk about the scheme’s coming of age with Francis Chung, CEO of MPF Ratings. Francis’ company ranks MPF providers in terms of value for money as well as transparency, governance and other criteria. Joining us for our regular markets segment is Francis Lun, Chief Executive Officer of Geo Securities. (8am-8.30am, or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
On Backchat, we'll talk about the unusual weather. It's a bit cold here, but spare a thought for those experiencing drought in Australia, record flooding in the UK, or the polar vortex in the US. What has gone wrong with the climate? Is it a man-made phenomenon? After 9.15, the disappearance of a Malaysian Airline aircraft. (8.30am-9.30am, call in on 233 88 266, , email email@example.com , or text 63935925)
Today on Morning Brew, Count Harvey Stockwin joins us a 10.10 for his regular Tuesday session. The news this week is dominated by two crises. Firstly Ukraine; all major powers, including Russia, recognised Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity to include Crimea, but now Putin is in effect tearing up that agreement. is this the 1930s all over again? Also,the disappearance of a Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 at the weekend. The conspiracy theories are starting to abound, including the sinister implications of those stolen Italian and Austrian passports, the complete absence --- so far -- of any debris floating in the sea, and the several hours between KL losing contact with the plane and announcing that it was missing. After 11, we welcome back writer and academic Xu Xi to talk about her recent world speaking tour, and news about more award winning writers coming to City University soon. After 11.30 we'll hear about the return to the Fringe of the world famous "Literary Death Match" with founder Adrian Zuniga. At 12.10, WPC Hugh Chiverton will tell us about tomorrow morning's edition of Back Chat. (9.30am-1pm, or email firstname.lastname@example.org )
On today's 123 Show, Andrew Dembina drops by the studio for their monthly CHEWSDAY (Tuesday) Food talk. What's hot and what's not this season? Tune in at 1.30pm. And after 2.30, Kate Forsyth one of the authors from this year's Young reader's festival will be live in our studio to talk about her writing! (1pm-3pm, or email email@example.com )
It's that Art Walk time of the year!
On Wednesday March 12th, 60 galleries open their doors to the Hong Kong public, with special exhibitions for the most fun annual art event.
Media sponsor Radio 3 will be in the thick of it.
We're broadcasting live from The Space, 210 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, where registration for Art Walk 2014 takes place.
From 7pm to 9pm we're broadcasting live. We'll meet organisers, gallery owners and exhibiting artists.
And for a second year, our online competition Art Snap is back! Take a creative photo image during Art Walk, and you could win an amazing prize - a two-night stay in a suite at a local hotel. For more, visit HERE.
We’re delighted to be the media partner of The Hong Kong International Young Readers Festival once again. The Festival will be held from 10-21 March. This year, presenters Noreen Mir and Andrew Dembina will meet the authors from around the world hearing their thoughts on writing. We will cover this year's exciting events and present the authors' personal stories.
Harvey Stockwin reads Lord Tennyson's immortal 1854 poem "The Charge Of The Light Brigade". This is an extract from an episode of his Reflections From Asia, with music, sounds and video by Phil Whelan.
Financial Secretary John Tsang delivers his budget speech today, 26th February.
We will air the full coverage with live broadcast of the speech itself and streaming video on our website, as well as coverage of the CE's press conference.
FS John Tsang will also join Radio 3 for a phone-in special on Friday, 28th February 17th from 8am to 9am as listeners can their comments directly to Mr Tsang.
The show’s inquiries are guided by the following questions: How is China seeking, strengthening and maintaining its global influence? How is the growth of Chinese power affecting the economic well-being and security positions of other countries? How is the world–especially the United States and China’s neighbors–reacting to China’s historic rise? How will China’s domestic economic and political liberalization, or the lack thereof, propel or hinder its rise?
Hosted by Ying Ma, China Takes Over the World airs each Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. on RTHK Radio 3
Tune in for informed analysis and topical insight. (Saturdays, 8.30a.m.-9a.m.)
|05:00-06:30||Night Music||Music for night owls and early birds|
|06:30-08:00||Hong Kong Today||Michael Weeks and Ian Pooler|
|08:00-08:30||Money for Nothing||Bryan Curtis|
|08:30-09:30||Backchat||Hugh Chiverton and Ada Wong|
|09:30-13:00||Morning Brew||Phil Whelan|
|13:00-13:15||News at One||RTHK Newsroom|
|13:15-15:00||1 2 3 Show||Noreen Mir|
|15:00-18:00||James Ross||James Ross|
|19:00-21:00||Peter King||Peter King|
|21:00-22:00||Teen Time||Alyson Hau|
|22:00-23:00||All The Way with Ray||Ray Cordeiro|
|23:00-23:30||News at Eleven||RTHK Newsroom|
|23:30-01:00||All The Way with Ray||Ray Cordeiro|