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British history researcher Patricia O’Sullivan joins Annemarie to talk about Henry Earnest Wodehouse, who was a magistrate in Hong Kong from the 1880s. He was also the father of comic aut .... More
British history researcher Patricia O’Sullivan joins Annemarie to talk about Henry Earnest Wodehouse, who was a magistrate in Hong Kong from the 1880s. He was also the father of comic aut .... More
Henrik Hoeg
Poet Henrik Hoeg of Peel Street Poetry talks to Annemarie about coming to Hong Kong at the age of eight and his book "Irreverent Poems for Pretentious People" and how he used to be .... More
Henrik Hoeg
Poet Henrik Hoeg of Peel Street Poetry talks to Annemarie about coming to Hong Kong at the age of eight and his book "Irreverent Poems for Pretentious People" and how he used to be .... More
David Bellis, of HK history website, Gwulo.com
David Bellis, of HK history website, Gwulo.com, joins Annemarie to look through some books in the study of the late Dan Waters, a programme regular, who died last year at age 95.  David .... More
David Bellis, of HK history website, Gwulo.com
David Bellis, of HK history website, Gwulo.com, joins Annemarie to look through some books in the study of the late Dan Waters, a programme regular, who died last year at age 95.  David .... More
 Florence Li
In the first half of this Lunar New Year programme, Annemarie talks with China author Mark O’ Neill about a woman pioneer made in Hong Kong. Florence Li Tim-oi was the first woman to be or .... More
Florence Li
In the first half of this Lunar New Year programme, Annemarie talks with China author Mark O’ Neill about a woman pioneer made in Hong Kong. Florence Li Tim-oi was the first woman to be orda .... More
Mark O'Neill
Morrison Hill Road in Wan Chai is no longer a hill but the road is named after Robert Morrison, a Scottish missionary, who came to China in 1807. Author Mark O’Neill tells Annemarie ab .... More
Mark O'Neill
Morrison Hill Road in Wan Chai is no longer a hill but the road is named after Robert Morrison, a Scottish missionary, who came to China in 1807. Author Mark O’Neill tells Annemarie abou .... More
British journalist Clare Hollingworth died this week in Hong Kong at the age of 105. Her most famous scoop was announcing the start of the Second World War, but she also won multiple awards as .... More
British journalist Clare Hollingworth died this week in Hong Kong at the age of 105. Her most famous scoop was announcing the start of the Second World War, but she also won multiple awards as .... More
Photo credit: William Furniss.
On this week’s Hong Kong Heritage Annemarie heads joins lawyer Howard Bilton and photographer William Furniss on Queen’s Road West to look at herbal shops, lanterns, and dried goods s .... More
Photo credit: William Furniss.
On this week’s Hong Kong Heritage Annemarie heads joins lawyer Howard Bilton and photographer William Furniss on Queen’s Road West to look at herbal shops, lanterns, and dried go .... More
Philip Cracknell at the entrance of a former Japanese military tunnel on the Wong Nai Chung Gap Trail
In the second part of an interview with history researcher Philip Cracknell along the Wong Nai Chung Gap trail, Annemarie hears about the doomed Battle of Hong Kong ahead of the territory’s .... More
Philip Cracknell at the entrance of a former Japanese military tunnel on the Wong Nai Chung Gap Trail
In the second part of an interview with history researcher Philip Cracknell along the Wong Nai Chung Gap trail, Annemarie hears about the doomed Battle of Hong Kong ahead of the territory’s .... More
Philip Cracknell next to Pillbox 2 on the Wong Nai Chung Gap Trail
Christmas Day, 1941, marked the surrender of Hong Kong to the invading Japanese forces 75 years ago. They would control the territory until August 1945. In the next two programmes, Annemarie .... More
Philip Cracknell next to Pillbox 2 on the Wong Nai Chung Gap Trail
Christmas Day, 1941, marked the surrender of Hong Kong to the invading Japanese forces 75 years ago. They would control the territory until August 1945. In the next two programmes, Annemarie .... More
Mrs Christine Speak, on her recent trip to Hong Kong
Retired British teacher Christine Speak has been visiting Hong Kong for the 165th anniversary of St Paul’s College.  She came there in 1954 with her late husband Reverend Geoffrey Spea .... More
Mrs Christine Speak, on her recent trip to Hong Kong
Retired British teacher Christine Speak has been visiting Hong Kong for the 165th anniversary of St Paul’s College. She came there in 1954 with her late husband Reverend Geoffrey Speak, wh .... More
Francis Moriarty outside the former Legislative Council, now the Court of Final Appeal.
Where the Court of Final Appeal is now housed was from 1985 to 2011 the home of the Legislative Council. Built in 1912, it was first the supreme court with cells in the basement.  Veteran .... More
Francis Moriarty outside the former Legislative Council, now the Court of Final Appeal.
Where the Court of Final Appeal is now housed was from 1985 to 2011 the home of the Legislative Council. Built in 1912, it was first the supreme court with cells in the basement.  Veteran br .... More
Hong Kong Observatory director Shun Chi-Ming
Well, Typhoon Meranti passed us by but some of Hong Kong's other typhoons have been devastating. This week, Annemarie heads to the Observatory in Tsim Sha Tsui, to talk with the Hong Kong Obser .... More
Hong Kong Observatory director Shun Chi-Ming
Well, Typhoon Meranti passed us by but some of Hong Kong's other typhoons have been devastating. This week, Annemarie heads to the Observatory in Tsim Sha Tsui, to talk with the Hong Kong Obser .... More
Carmen Yau
On this week's programme Carmen Yau, a master's student of social work at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, talks about her maternal grandfather, her gung gung, who was a cloth businessman who .... More
A watercolour of the Wanchai waterfront c.1955 by Kam Cheong Ling
First we hear from Robert Nield, the author of two books about China’s Treaty Ports – about a story that he told about spitfires and pirate ships. Then… A photograph of Wanch .... More
A watercolour of the Wanchai waterfront c.1955 by Kam Cheong Ling
First we hear from Robert Nield, the author of two books about China’s Treaty Ports – about a story that he told about spitfires and pirate ships. Then… A photograph of Wanch .... More
Following the collapse of a wall at the former Central Police Station – a grade 1 monument status set of buildings – conservation activist Katty Law asks what went wrong. She tells An .... More
Following the collapse of a wall at the former Central Police Station – a grade 1 monument status set of buildings – conservation activist Katty Law asks what went wrong. She tell .... More
The Napoleon Wrasse
Professor Yvonne Sadovy first became fascinated with marine life as a child when her father gave her a snorkelling mask. She’s been based at the School of Biological Sciences at the Univer .... More
The Napoleon Wrasse
Professor  Yvonne Sadovy first became fascinated with marine life as a child when her father gave her a snorkelling mask. She’s been based at the School of Biological Sciences at t .... More
WWF's Andy Cornish
More than a third of all shark species face extinction due to overfishing primarily for shark's fin soup. Hong Kong is at the centre of the shark's fin trade. Andy Cornish, the WWF's global lea .... More
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