Every episode, nestled in a cosy spot, Dr Tan Cheng Bock dishes it all out to you, giving you the low-down on his life experiences, time as an MP, and never-before-told stories!
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Episode 8 - Doc's Taking Over: Chit-Chat with Mun Wai & Hazel (Part 2)
Progress Singapore Party NCMPs Mun Wai and Hazel continue to share with me about their experiences debating the 2021 Budget. They also tell me stories about their relationship with the Workers' Party, the principles behind some of their key policy suggestions, and their exchanges with some ministers in particular.
Episode 7 - Doc's Taking Over: Chit-Chat with Mun Wai & Hazel (Part 1)
I'm taking over this episode, and I'll be the one asking questions to NCMPs Leong Mun Wai and Hazel Poa, about their first time experience debating the budget. They also share with me on how they feel they've been treated, during their first half year in Parliament.
Episode 6 - Ride On Time
The MRT system has been active for more than 30 years, but do you know the story behind how these trains came to be, in Singapore? I also share my thoughts on the ban on chewing gum, and what exactly led to it. Hear more in this episode!
Episode 5 - On Nominated Members of Parliament...
In this episode, released on the closing date for nominations of Nominated Members of Parliament, I discuss about why the NMP scheme was created, and my concerns about it, as well my experiences with, and suggestions on this scheme.
Episode 4 - I'm Gonna Feedback, Feedback
This fourth episode takes a dive into the Feedback Unit (now REACH) that I used to head, why it was set up, and a few stories involving some ministers of the past.
Episode 3 - Getting Schooled on Education
This third episode takes us back to my schooling days, my experience with former PM Mr. Goh Chok Tong as a young scout, and also my approach to education policy, as well as what I hope education can bring about to my young friends, for the future.