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Radio 3 Highlights
Happy HKSAR Establishment Day!
It’s Hong Kong SAR Establishment Day and Peter Lewis is on air from 6 to 10 this morning with a special holiday programme of music, chat and entertainment. As well as the best in new music and chart hits from around the world every other song will be a classic oldie this morning. Every hour Peter will play at least one tune from every decade from the sixties to the teenies. After 8 o clock, Peter will talk to regular Money Talk guest Toby Lawson in Australia and catch up with the latest news from down under including an update on tomorrow’s general election. It’s a fun-filled, interactive show for all the family on AM & FM, on digital and on line. You can join in by texting 63 93 59 25, emailing email@example.com or posting on Facebook “Peter Lewis on RTHK Radio 3.”
1606: William Shakespeare and the Year of Lear
Book Club: An account by James Shapiro of the extraordinary year in which Shakespeare wrote King Lear, Macbeth and Anthony and Cleopatra. It's abridged in five parts by Anna Magnusson and read by Ian McDiarmid.
Radio 3, Sundays at 6.45 p.m., starting 26 June
New Show: HK Staycation
What's it like to belong in Hong Kong yet only really discover it for the first time as an adult? Broadcaster Rosie Duffield was born here and went to live overseas as a child. Having recently returned she puts on her tourist hat and takes a 10 week journey around many of the places and attractions that we often take for granted. Join Rosie on her HK Staycation this Sunday at 8.30 for a trip to Tsim Sha Tsui.
B is for Bacon
This Saturday morning at 8.30 Chef and author Jason Black presents the penultimate episode of B is for Bacon. This week he puts something sweet under his pillow for the tooth-fairy, while JC Viens reports from New York. Piemeister RJ Asher loses his B is for Bacon 'cherry' and puts it in a pastry case, and Chef Gregoire Michaud goes to 'pot' about chocolate. Chef Jack Carson shares the secrets to Hong Kong's best lime pie - just before Independence day - and as always there's a book, a gadget and a little ladle of alphabet soup!
Produced by Phil Whelan
|05:00-06:30||Night Music||Music for night owls and early birds|
|06:30-08:00||Hong Kong Today||Mike Weeks and Ian Pooler|
|08:00-08:30||Money Talk||Peter Lewis|
|08:30-09:30||Backchat||Danny Gittings and Jim Gould|
|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|
|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||Music for night owls and early birds|