Everyone has a smart phone. But has increased connectivity enhanced or killed romance? Have a listen. Tell us what you think.
When is something Art? And more importantly, when is something NOT ART? And Jerry Seinfeld rapping? Oh yeah, that happened too. Enjoy!
Your mum probably told you to… but can you really mind your own business? And what about those times when you SHOULD not. It may not be our business to tell you about minding your own business… But we will.
So there was this election in the US…. And there’s about to be one in Singapore. So WHAT HAPPENED? And what WILL happen? We manage to say stupid things about both.
People put labels on people all the time. But what’s the deeper impact of these labels? Well, there’s the result of the US Elections for one…
If there is one thing that doesn’t require much space, it’s our podcast. And this particular intimate chat takes us to some interesting places. This was definitely one of our more intimate conversations about life. And as you can tell from the reference, it took a while for us to decide to release it. Tell us what you think.
For the most part, the phone has been a good thing. But has it turned the corner? Are we losing who we are to the smartphone…?
Between Ebay, Amazon and hundreds of other online stores, there’s a new kind of disease that people suffer from. Question is… Do you have it too?
You always hear the phrase, “We’re looking for talent”. But do we really want talented people? Or are we looking for something else? Could this podcast change the world? Hopefully a little.
We can find out so much about ourselves by genetic testing – but do we really want to know?
Why do we have secrets? Who do we keep them from?
And Why? Share this podcast with your spouse. If you dare.
Well its time for the haze to make it’s yearly return – and we have some thoughts on the issue which you probably wouldn’t hear on Channel News Asia. We hope you enjoy our take on our “favourite” time of the year.
Maybe you love animals. Maybe you don’t. Or maybe, you just find HUMAN BEINGS weird for how we react to animals. Whatever, the case, this episode of TMI Podcast will have something for you. As always thanks for telling a friend about the show.
Actually not so theatrical. Petrina brings in some feedback for Joe and things get real. Uncomfortably real. To the point Joe wasn’t sure if we should release this podcast. But because this could be good for someone out there, here it is.
So make some space on that bandwagon, coz we’re hopping on. Congratulations to Joseph Schooling! Now what? Your Olympic Meddlist (meddlers) have some unsolicited comments that we hope will help us pick up more gold in the future.
Wait till you hear about the class that had Petrina go all the way to Spain for 5 weeks – and what she did during those classes. Warning: may contain personal growth hormones.
We’ve launched a new format where we riff on one topic for the ENTIRE show. We thought it would make our shows shorter. Well so much for that idea. On this weeks TMI Podcast, we review the biggest showbiz production in Singapore – the National Day Parade. This is one of those shows we would NEVER have been able to do on the radio. Listen to, as Petrina put it, possibly our last show.
If this were a radio show, this is the one that would get us fired. We plan a robbery, have a spirited debate about racism. And we also tell you the story of someone who got right up to the finish line and narrowly escaped being scammed.
Alemay Fernandez guest stars as we talk about a guy who managed to piss off a country. And also we walk mental illness – from attitudes, to a solution that you might just think is.. well.. crazy. Enjoy!
What do you do if all the warning signs tell you that a date is a bad idea? Well if you’re Petrina Kow, you give in to your curiosity and you go anyway and get the story of a lifetime… And our live guest (and shocked witness to Petrina’s confession) on the show is jazz powerhouse Alemay Fernandez.
It’s funny how people judge you by your pet-parenting skills. Also our Most Interesting Person is someone who does MUCH more than just type away on the internet – he shows up for the good fight. And the story of how Adele (Joe’s wife) broke all the rules of internet safety and won (kids, don’t try this at home).
The female Angler fish does a particular trick that could leave you crossing your legs. Joe has an idea about what he’d like to do when he’s dead but not quite gone. And we shoot the breeze with Alison Jean Lester – a friend of both of us who also happens to be a real-life published author of Lillian On Life, a novel that’s been translated in several languages. She shares with us her process for creation.
We talk and laugh quite a bit about death and dying on this episode of TMI. And our TMI Person segment brings us face to face with a beat-boxing, teacher-training doctor-to-be. Come. Listen. Enjoy. (And remember to share this with your friends).
Perhaps you’ve already heard the amazing tribute to Prince – with not 2000, but 1999 voices (see what they did there?). Also the first penile transplant has been achieved by doctors in the US. And our TMI Person this episode is Lee Kin Mun aka MrBrown – our chat moved from reviewing the Prime Minister’s social media all the way to how MrBrown started on the internet.
TMI has a new home. We’ve moved out from under my daughter’s bed to The Gunnery – a fantastic studio, run by fantastic folks, at the edge of the city at 7 Keong Saik Rd. Today, Petrina talks about the sometimes shallow reasons people follow world leaders on social media. Joe was accosted by so many women, he finally heard what they were selling… and to his own surprise, he said yes! And we talk to highly acclaimed Author of The Art of Charlier Chan Hock Chye, Sonny Liew joins us for a chat.