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Listen to podcasts by The Straits Times and The Business Times, which are part of Singapore Press Holdings.

Produced by The Straits Times and The Business Times, SPH.

    #GameOfTwoHalves Ep 68: The 'Kobe Effect' on basketballer Delvin Goh; Horror 32-0 result in schools football

    #GameOfTwoHalves Ep 68: The 'Kobe Effect' on basketballer Delvin Goh; Horror 32-0 result in schools football

    #GameOfTwoHalves Ep 68: The 'Kobe Effect' on basketballer Delvin Goh; Horror 32-0 result in schools football

    15:18 mins

    Synopsis: A Game of Two Halves is The Straits Times' weekly sports podcast that is out every Tuesday.

    In this episode, we discuss tfhe legacy of Kobe Bryant, the NBA legend who died tragically in a helicopter crash on Monday at the age of 41. National basketball player Delvin Goh also joins in to reveal how he benefited from the 'Kobe Effect'.

    Our team also weighs in on the shock 32-0 mauling Assumption Pathway School suffered at the hands of the Singapore Sports School in a schools preliminary B Division boys' football match.

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    • 15 min
    Pretty good, Bad Boys | Double Feature Movie Podcast

    Pretty good, Bad Boys | Double Feature Movie Podcast

    A quick one this week. A solo report on Bad Boys For Life, a film that has done far better than expected and has already had its sequel green lit.

    Will Smith and Martin Lawrence re-teaming as Mike and Marcus appears to have hit that magic formula (some might say not having Michael Bay direct helps).

    Jonathan Roberts, seemingly in the throws of cabin fever gives his review – free of Joker rants (for once).

    Thanks for listening.

    Share your take at podcast@sph.com.sg

    Produced by: Jonathan Roberts

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    https://str.sg/Jw5T 

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    • 8 min
    Ground Zero Wuhan - China's coronavirus battle: Asian Insider Ep 20

    Ground Zero Wuhan - China's coronavirus battle: Asian Insider Ep 20

    Asian Insider Ep 20: Ground Zero Wuhan - China's coronavirus battle

    14:59 mins

    Synopsis: This is Asian Insider, a series by The Straits Times every week. Together with our stable of 30 correspondents based around the world, we give an Asian perspective on the global talking points of the week.

    China has placed Wuhan and other cities near it on lockdown, to contain the rapid spread of the new coronavirus that emerged from a market in Wuhan. With the region also suffering the consequences of this potential pandemic, The Straits Times US Bureau Chief Nirmal Ghosh explores the cause and effects of the Wuhan virus with Elizabeth Law, China correspondent with the Straits Times.

    Produced by: Nirmal Ghosh & Zia-ul Raushan

    Edited by: Rubeen Raj

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    • 14 min
    Discover local birding scene; where to find a Master Chef CNY menu: Life Picks Ep 68

    Discover local birding scene; where to find a Master Chef CNY menu: Life Picks Ep 68

    Life Picks Ep 68: Discover local birding scene; where to find a Master Chef CNY menu

    17:10 mins

    Synopsis: Every Thursday, The Straits Times highlights the best films, concerts, restaurants and arts events you can catch in Singapore over the coming weeks.

    This week, Money FM's Claressa Monteiro chats with ST senior culture correspondent Ong Sor Fern about The Art of Birding exhibition at CDL Green Gallery at the Botanic Gardens. It is an exhibition of paintings and journal pages of Frank Jarvis, who illustrated Birds of Singapore with ornithologist Christopher Hails. 

    The exhibition is on till March 31 2020.

    ST food critic Wong Ah Yoke shares about the Master Chef Cook-off Chinese New Year set menu at Shang Social MRKT. Diners can choose between a pen cai by Shang Social or a Buddha Jumps Over The Wall by Beng Hiang Restaurant and vote for either dish. There is a lucky draw too.

    Produced by: Claressa Monteiro & ST Lifestyle desk

    Edited by: Jon Silva & Penelope Lee

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    • 17 min
    Find exquisitely fluffy tamago sando in the city centre: Food Picks Ep 8

    Find exquisitely fluffy tamago sando in the city centre: Food Picks Ep 8

    Food Picks Ep 8: Find exquisitely fluffy tamago sando in the city centre

    2:53 mins

    Synopsis: This is the best of the food recommendations The Straits Times has talked about and is out on alternate Wednesdays.

    Host Melissa Sim chats with ST food editor Tan Hsueh Yun about Grids & Circles' tamago sando; the perfect ratio of tamagoyaki, Japanese style sandwich bread, toasted and spread with kombu mayonnaise.

    The menu includes matcha latte, which, unlike most other matcha lattes, is not too sweet.

    If you are not craving Japanese food, Grids & Circles - located at 200 South Bridge Road - also sells cherry and chocolate oats, which is a healthy mix of superfoods.

    These food items continue to be sold. Read Tan's original food review. 

    Produced by: Melissa Sim & Ernest Luis 

    Edited by: Penelope Lee

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    • 2 min
    Keeping cool in a world on fire: Green Pulse Ep 14

    Keeping cool in a world on fire: Green Pulse Ep 14

    Green Pulse Ep 14: Keeping cool in a world on fire

    20:20 mins

    Synopsis: Green Pulse is an environmental podcast series at The Straits Times which analyses the beat of the changing environment, from biodiversity conservation to climate change. 

    This month, ST’s environment correspondent Audrey Tan (@audreytrp) and climate change editor David Fogarty (@FogartyClimate) chat with climate scientist Winston Chow, an Associate Professor at the Singapore Management University and a lead author for an upcoming report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, on the world’s problem with heat.

    Tune in for an update on the wildfires in Australia, rising temperatures in Singapore, and their link to climate change. 

    Produced by: Audrey Tan (audreyt@sph.com.sg) and David Fogarty (dfogarty@sph.com.sg) 

    Follow Audrey Tan on Twitter

    Edited by: Adam Azlee

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    • 20 min

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