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Date Programmes Podcast Title  
05-Mar-19 Current Affairs
(12:33 PM)
Regulating Social Media: A Delicate Task
Gayathry Venkiteswaren, Assistant Professor in Media and Communications
04-Mar-19 Current Affairs
(1:25 PM)
Circling In On The Elders
Professor Dr Tan Maw Pin, Consultant Geriatrician
04-Mar-19 Current Affairs
(7:30 AM)
Canada’s Blurred Lines of Justice
Professor Daniel Béland
04-Mar-19 Current Affairs
(7:15 AM)
The Tide Turns in Semenyih
Amir Fareed, Director of Strategy
01-Mar-19 Current Affairs
(7:45 AM)
Semenyih Bellwether for PH
Ibrahim Suffian, Programme Director
01-Mar-19 Current Affairs
(7:30 AM)
Pakatan's Communication Game
Ross Tapsell, Lecturer and Southeast Asia Specialist
28-Feb-19 Current Affairs
(7:30 AM)
Trump - Kim Summit: Let's Hope It's Not A Letdown
David Heidelberger, Video Journalist
28-Feb-19 Current Affairs
(7:30 AM)
India-Pakistan: Clash Over Kashmir Intensifies
Ankit Panda, Senior Editor
27-Feb-19 Current Affairs
(7:30 AM)
Why Did Iran’s Foreign Minister Resign?
James Dorsey, Senior Fellow focused on the Middle East and North Africa
27-Feb-19 Current Affairs
(7:30 AM)
Trump-Kim Summit: The Second Date
David Heidelberger, Video Journalist
26-Feb-19 Current Affairs
(7:10 AM)
Theresa May’s Unfinished Business
Patrick Diamond, Associate Professor of Public Policy
26-Feb-19 Current Affairs
(7:05 AM)
Should Vaccination Be Made Compulsory?
Azrul Khalib, CEO
25-Feb-19 Current Affairs
(7:45 AM)
Malaysian Media - Should Political Funding Be Disclosed?
Jahabar Sadiq
22-Feb-19 Current Affairs
(7:30 AM)
Australia's Youth Decry Wealth Gap, House Prices
Danielle Wood, Programme Director
22-Feb-19 Current Affairs
(7:30 AM)
Sirul Azhar Refugee Application Denied
Latheefa Koya, Lawyer
22-Feb-19 Current Affairs
(7:15 AM)
ECRL: How Will the Deal be Sealed?
Datuk Dennis Ignatius, Former Diplomat
 
 




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