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A 15h, BFM Bourse, suivez le rythme de la Bourse et plongez-vous dans l'univers de la finance avec Guillaume Sommerer. Analystes, entrepreneurs à la pointe du secteur, gérants… ils vont vous aider à comprendre les enjeux boursiers et vous éclairer sur les valeurs.
 
"BFM STORY" du lundi au jeudi de 17h à 19h avec Olivier Truchot & Alain Marshall. Deux heures pour faire un tour complet de l'actualité en présence d'invités pour expliquer et débattre sur les grands sujets qui ont marqué la journée.
 
Climate change, ferocious weather and ‘the haze’ are now part our everyday lives. How are our lifestyles connected to them, and what can we do about it? What does the economy have to do with it? Earth Matters engages with activists and experts to explore our changing relationship with the planet that we only borrow from our children.
 
As beautiful and bustling KL is, the capital city can also be scary & intimidating place for many. Providing a helping hand to explore the undiscovered gems and stories from in and around the greater valley is I Love KL, the show that brings you closer to the people and places of our beloved capital.
 
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This podcast presents current challenges and solutions through insightful discussions with key industry experts. Each episode is hosted by a member of the Built for Marketing team and explores a range construction, building products and built environment topics.
 
Our resident literary critic Umapagan Ampikaipakan not only blows dust off books by dead white men, he also roams among more current writers of all hues, often finding links between the written word and the word made film. After all, he's also a courter of the cinema.
 
Parce que vous êtes nombreux à vous poser des questions sur le coronavirus, la rédaction de BFMTV se mobilise pour vous accompagner tout au long de la période de confinement. Comment faire ses courses sans contaminer les aliments ? Quels risques pour la femme enceinte ? Posez-nous vos questions par mail bfmtvetvous@bfmtv.fr ou via les réseaux sociaux #questionbfmtv. Simon Buisson vous répond tous les jours à 18h.
 
A series of podcasts and conversations with artists and filmmakers participating in Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival during 2020 and 2021. Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival (BFMAF) is an organisation for new cinema and artists’ moving image based in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland on the borders of England and Scotland. The Festival leads through collaboration and research. With a resolute commitment to peer support, artistic production and community development, the Film Festival is ...
 
Current Affairs goes behind the headlines in Malaysia to what is moving the news and why, with top academics, politicians, businesspeople and activists in the know. These socio-economic issues run the gamut, including press freedom, affirmative action policies, Islamisation, corruption, election reform, and political unrests. Past guests of Current Affairs include Khairy Jamaluddin, Shad Saleem Faruqi, Farish Noor, Uma Sambanthan and PG Lim. Any enquiries should be directed to morningrun@bfm.my.
 
Breaking Bread is a brand new food show that aims to foster any and all geeky discussions surrounding food. Whether it is figuring out the intricacies of our kuih-muih, deep-diving into Malaysian coffee culture, or hunting for the best Laksas in town, this show shines a light on the food we eat and how it ties to the very fabric of our Malaysian culture and identity.
 
Noooo ... not of the leather and chains variety, but a cheeky abbreviation of any of the following terms: Stocks, Shares, Syndicates, Stakes, Speculation or even Smart. 'M'? Well, Money comes to mind. So does Manipulation, Markets, Money, Mandate, Measure and, well, Moolah! The S&M Show: an honest and colourful analysis of who and what drives and makes the markets behave the way they do. A weekly show on BFM 89.9, the wide, wild world of investing has never been this colourful! Give us your ...
 
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The pituitary gland is called the “master gland” because it controls several other hormone glands in your body. Because of that, a pituitary tumour can cause serious health problems. So how do you know when a tumour is benign, and when it is cause for concern? We’ll find out from Dr Johan Quah, consultant neurosurgeon from Sunway Medical Centre, Su…
 
The Danau Girang Field Centre (DGFC) is a collaborative research and training facility managed by the Sabah Wildlife Department and Cardiff University. Their research aims to help mitigate the loss of Asian biodiversity by understanding the effects of habitat fragmentation on the ecosystem, while encouraging in-situ conservation and engaging with N…
 
Gotong Royong Cucuk Vaksin is an upcoming documentary short focused on vaccination mobilization efforts by migrant and refugee community leaders during the pandemic. The documentary will be released on the 19th of August, in conjunction with World Humanitarian Day. We discuss.
 
The Royal Malaysian Navy's littoral combat ship scandal would have been swept under the carpet if not for the 250-page Public Accounts Committee that highlighted how more than RM6 billion was spent with no vessel materialising. What does this say about Malaysia's national security as well as corruption at high levels of government? Economist Dr Nun…
 
掘失 (jue shi) The Hidden Tune is a musical collaboration featuring the folks from Orang-orang Drum Theatre and the Angelika Niescier Trio, and is described as a musical experiment that is hard to categorise, yet filled with possibilities. We find out more about this upcoming percussion and jazz music collaboration from Zyee Leow, the co-founder of O…
 
Tokosue, an indie bookstore, started its life during the pandemic, as a way for its owner, Sue Ahmad to sell her self-published book. It soon grew into a reliable sanctuary for indie book lovers out there to get their books. Not satisfied with that, and feeling the need to fulfil her lifelong dream of owning a real bookstore, its owner, Sue Ahmad o…
 
Vendredi 29 juillet, Étienne Bracq a reçu Mabrouk Chetouane, responsable de la stratégie globale de marché pour Natixis investment managers, Axel Botte, stratégiste international chez Ostrum AM. Jean-Baptiste Huet, journaliste à BFM Business, et Pauline Tattevin, journaliste à BFM Business, John Plassard, spécialiste en investissement de Mirabaud, …
 
Ce vendredi 29 juillet, Cédric Decoeur a reçu Bassel Choughari, gérant Montpensier Finance, Raphaël Vullierme, PDG et co-fondateur de Luko, Patrice Gautry, chef économiste de l'Union Bancaire Privée, Jean-Louis Cussac, trader pour compte propre chez Perceval Finance Conseil, Marc Favard, directeur général de Promepar AM, Marc Touati, économiste et …
 
The US corporate earnings' season is winding down with overall results either surpassing or meeting street expectations. This surprised investors who had been bracing for a gloomier outlook on both businesses and the economy. Dave Sekera, the Chief US Market Strategist at Morningstar talks to us about his expectations for the rest of the year and w…
 
Putrajaya expects to table the Health White Paper in Parliament in November. The aim is to ensure a sustainable and resilient health system that can survive changes in the government. It is also looking to increase health expenditure from the current 2.59% to 5% of GDP. Dr Khor Swee Kheng, co-founder of the Malaysian Health Coalition talks to us ab…
 
Being bullied is a common experience for many children and adolescents, but with its serious impact on mental health, it should not be dismissed as just a rite of passage. On this episode of ‘Because Feelings Matter’, 13-year-old Gabrielle Maria Fernandez and her mother Geraldine Wong discuss Gabrielle’s experience of being bullied in primary schoo…
 
Pendatang is a movie script set in dystopian Malaysia in which the different races are not allowed to mix because of a draconian segregation law. Now listening to that, you might be both intrigued and wondering how on earth a movie like this is going to be made in Malaysia, with our strict, regressive censorship laws. Well, Kuman Pictures is aiming…
 
Barisan Nasional chairman and Umno president Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi is calling for early elections whilst Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri wants to study the outcome of a BN survey. So when will GE15 be called? Adib Zalkapli, Director at BowerGroupAsia attempts to answer that question whilst telling us the respective issues that both BN and PH will campaig…
 
Last week, the Federal Court ruled that victims of road accidents should automatically be given compensation without having to sue insurance companies. But what are the actual mechanics of this ruling and does this mean higher premiums for all motorist? Antony Lee, President of the Persatuan Insurans Am Malaysia clarifies the law.…
 
We get you out of bed, to your first cup of coffee or to your first destination of your day with thought-provoking discussions on ideas, people and events shaping all our lives. 2:59 - How do you stop yourself from constantly thinking about work? 8:14 - Why do people want to work in vilified industries? 13:28 - International headlines 19:42 - Local…
 
If you’ve had a sports injury or some sort of joint pain, you’ve probably had to undergo physiotherapy. If you’re a stroke survivor, rehabilitation like occupational or speech therapy helps you recover functions for daily living. These are just some of the rehabilitation services that support millions of people to become as independent as possible …
 
Established in 2005, EcoKnights' focuses on working with key stakeholders to drive and empower sustainable actions for a better planet. Sustainable community development is at the core of their efforts, whether through on-ground community projects, public-private partnerships, or policy advocacy. We catch up with Fadly Bakhtiar, the Programme Direc…
 
All eyes are on the Federal Court today as it hears former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak’s appeal to quash his conviction and jail sentence in the 42 million ringgit SRC International corruption case. Tom Wright, Co-author of the Billion Dollar Whale and co-founder of Project Brazen, a journalism production studio tell us what he thin…
 
Many countries are breathing a sigh of relief for having come through an infectious disease pandemic. However, this is no time to pause - the world has been backsliding when it comes to the HIV pandemic, with progress slowing down amid COVID-19 and other global crises. Prof Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman, Immediate Past President of the International AIDS …
 
Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) will host its very first film screening of the 2020 documentary Selfish, that offers a rare and moving glimpse into the lives of 40 humanitarian workers. This film, which is about humanitarian workers’ commitment to other people, also explores the question of their 'selfishness' in choosing to do t…
 
With reports that more than 21,000 students had quit school between March 2020 and July 2021, there are calls for the Education Act 1996 be amended to make schooling compulsory up to Form 5. Does Malaysia have the infrastructure to do so? What other solutions can be explored? Hema Letchamanan, senior lecturer at Taylor’s University School of Educat…
 
SMEs are the backbone of the Malaysian economy with Department of Statistics saying the sector's contribution to GDP stands at around 37%. And in conjunction with International Youth Day, we explore the important role young entrepreneurs play in the nation's development. Stefen Cheng, Chairman of the Digitalisation Sub-committee, Small and Medium E…
 
We get you out of bed, to your first cup of coffee or to your first destination of your day with thought-provoking discussions on ideas, people and events shaping all our lives. 2:47 - New Features On Whatsapp 8:58 - Joy And Pleasure In Completing Small Tasks 14:28 - International headlines 19:49 - Local headlines…
 
If you’re a parent, you’re probably exhausted from dealing with yet another case of the sniffles or cough at home. Clinics have been swamped with cases of childhood respiratory infections like influenza and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), but is this increase normal during this period? Consultant paediatrician Dr Sanjay Woodhull steps away from …
 
Recently, about 30 organisers and attendees of the #Turun protest were summoned by the authorities to have their statement taken. The same was seen during the Lawyer’s walk for Judicial Independence and many protests before that. So, what does this say about freedom of assembly in this country? On the show with us is Josef Benedict, Asia Pacific Ci…
 
The FBI has raided former US President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida. Trump's lawyers say the FBI had broken into a safe and seized 15 boxes of documents. Reports say the raid is related to an ongoing investigation into whether or not laws were broken when boxes of White House records, some marked Top Secre, were not sent to the Na…
 
There has been a landmark ruling by the Federal Court that victims of road accidents should automatically be compensated by insurance companies without requiring legal action to do so. The Judge's ruling is that provisions in the Road Transport Act 1987 should be construed to protect all motorists, including victims of road accidents. Transport con…
 
We get you out of bed, to your first cup of coffee or to your first destination of your day with thought-provoking discussions on ideas, people and events shaping all our lives. 3:08 - Rise in olive oil prices 8:57 - Rich and poor should spend more time together? 14:12 - International headlines 19:07 - Local headlines…
 
For many older adults, having pill organisers filled with a variety of medications and supplements would be a common sight. But while medicines are meant to help, being on too many of them at one time can lead to harm, which would be the opposite outcome that we want. We discuss the importance of balancing between addressing various medical conditi…
 
More than a year ago, in July 2021, the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Secretariat released the first official draft of a new Global Biodiversity Framework, to guide actions worldwide through 2030 to preserve and protect nature and its essential services to people. The framework includes 21 targets for 2030, and there has been particul…
 
Experts are all in agreement – the death penalty is not a proven crime deterrent. So why then do many countries around the world, including Malaysia opt to preserve the death penalty? What is it that drives people (and governments) to support the death penalty? On the show to help us unpack is Dr Mai Sato, Associate Professor at Monash Law School. …
 
Bank Negara has had to raise interest rates to combat rising inflation, which is already a global phenomenon. This however impacts the people because with higher interest rates, financing costs go up - more expensive home loans, vehicle loans, credit card loans etc. Lower income households are particularly hit, especially those still reeling from t…
 
Interest rates are on the way up as central banks across the Asia Pacific use this tool to tame inflation. In Malaysia, Bank Negara has increased the Overnight Policy Rate twice so far this year from 1.75% in July 2020 and is now 2.25%. The ringgit has however softened - it is at its all-time weakest against the Singapore dollar. Willie Tanoto, Dir…
 
We get you out of bed, to your first cup of coffee or to your first destination of your day with thought-provoking discussions on ideas, people and events shaping all our lives. 2:15 - Impact of war on EU's green goal 8:18 - Senior Executives As Baggage Handlers 14:24 - International headlines 19:59 - Local headlines…
 
Several countries have experienced record-breaking high temperatures this year: Delhi, India recorded a new high of more than 49°C in May; the UK went beyond 40°C; and Portugal hit 47°C in July. Although Malaysia has been spared such scorching temperatures, we will not be spared the effects of climate change on our weather. And with scientists warn…
 
For a long time, housework is not seen as real work, but it is part of the burden of unpaid care work that is often shouldered by women. With the passing of the Housewives’ Social Security Bill, we take a look at how this move values housework, and why putting a value to it benefits both women and men in our goal towards gender equality, together w…
 
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