Radio 3 Highlights

Today's Focus

This morning on Money For Nothing we will talk about the state of the regional markets with Enzio von Pfeil of MCL Partners. We’ll also take a look at whether the resilience of the U.S. stock market advance is likely to last. Robert Howe of the hedge fund Geomatrix (HK) Ltd. will join us for that. Also, economic indicators in Japan and the U.S. are diverging. What does it mean for the outlook for Japanese equities? Peter Lewis, of Peter Lewis Consulting, will weigh in what he sees as the growing urgency for structural reforms in Japan. (8am-8.30am, facebookor email moneyfornothing@rthk.hk)


On Backchat, we'll talk about the Manila delegation's visit to Hong Kong.  Does the visit resolve the matter? Does it help normalise the relations between China and the Philippines? After 9.15, street singing in Mong Kok . (8.30am-9.30am, call in on 233 88 266, facebook , email backchat@rthk.hk , or text 63935925)

Today on Morning Brew, Steve Vines returns for his Thursday dose at 10.10. In the news this week, a civil servant from the Environmental Protection Department has been made to perform a whole, massive 120 hours of community service, after she admitted sharing confidential government information with her boyfriend. Rather unreasonable of them, as it was only marked CONFIDENTIAL and didn't they realise that her boyfriend and his family needed to see this as there's likely a project tender coming up soon. No wonder Snowden fancied Hong Kong so much. Also, a group of banking and finance professionals have placed advertisements in local newspapers, to call on the Central government to respect Hong Kong's autonomy and to push for free elections.They have vowed to join the proposed 'Occupy Central' protests that could shut down traffic in the business district later this year. When questioned, a Government official said, "But, you're...but...but...we've told everyone that bankers...but...Act Now...no,no don't act now... (implode)". After 11 a live MB mini-concert from world class clarinettist and composer Derek Bermel, who's here as a featured artist of the "Intimacy Of Creativity" series 2014. He'll be accompanied by pianist Amy Sze. Chris Motion Dynamics Watts joins us at 11 40 today for some anti-aging with Bicarbonate of Soda! After 12, we'll find out all about the 2014 Hong Kong Elephant Parade with artist Diana Francis. Today's programme brought to you by the Dadaist Society of Mong Kok. We'll wrap up at 12.40 with Corporal Hugh Chiverton's look ahead to tomorrow's edition of Back Chat. (9.30am-1pm, facebook or email morningbrew@rthk.hk ) 
Clarinettist and composer Derek Bermel and pianist Amy Sze perform live on Morning Brew



On today's 123 Show, more on Autism, as April is Autism awareness month. Nicholas Liu shares he journey as a recovered teenager with autism. Along with his dad, Willy, they share their story of what they have learned and how they did it! After 2.30pm, more on the International Arts for Peace Festival, which is happening on 4th May. Come along to this amazing festival-- it's FREE! (1pm-3pm, facebook or email 123show@rthk.hk ) 
Backchat special on 1st May

There's a very special Backchat on May 1st when we're going to be talking about how to choose our next Chief Executive. Jointly presented and hosted by the Baptist University, it'll be live on Radio 3 and on RTHK television, and you're invited to join in. The programme runs from noon until 1pm with plenty of time for discussion and questions from our live audience - that's you.

If you want to get your voice heard at this crucial time for Hong Kong email us backchat@rthk.hk and we'll book a ticket for you. That's holiday Mayday 12 to 1 in the Baptist University, Kowloon Tong. See you there...
Rugby Sevens@R3
The Hong Kong Rugby Sevens was on again from 28-30 March and Radio 3 was bringing you all the action live from the Hong Kong Stadium.

Here you go the highlights:

The Hong Kong Rugby Sevens on RTHK Radio 3. (Friday~Sunday, 28th~30th March)
The Hong Kong International Young Readers Festival

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.

Programme Schedule

2014-04-24
Time Programme Presenter(s)
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 Steve James Steve James 
18:00-19:00 NewsWrap RTHK Newsroom  
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  
01:00-05:00 Night Music -  
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