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Best Splice Cast podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Splice Cast podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The beautiful game – football – is a metaphor for life. The one true constant that illuminates the way forward. It teaches you how to live. In this Singapore podcast, our intrepid football pundits, Sebastian Sim and Elliott Danker, answer life's great questions through the prism of football and our referee Shareen Wong will rule on who answered the best. Ladies and Gentleman – welcome, to Life, Love & The Beautiful Game. Recorded and Produced in Singapore
 
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Cheesy jokes aside, this episode brings us to The Cheese Ark, the coolest boutique cheesemonger in town. Based at 49 Stirling Road, Ai Ming runs a shop stocked with hard-to-find cheeses from smallholding farms where every wheel is loving handcrafted, air-flown to Singapore and aged in her affinage room to perfection. Plus, we ponder if the hard-cha…
 
In this month of Hari Raya, COVID19 means the pasar malams are shut. These festive night markets are bright and happy bazaars, and the Ramly Burger is legendary. A burger from across the border, it's iconic for its taste and easily available in Malaysia, but in Singapore, it's a treat at a pasar malam. Until Now! We talk with Shiv of Ministry of Bu…
 
We all know "East Meets West", but what about "West Meets East"? We venture down to the hipster central of Singapore to meet the finest French Bakery on the island to talk about the secrets of making amazing bread and pastries in the challenging humidity of Singapore, and how being part of the community is a cornerstone of how Tiong Bahru Bakery co…
 
We hang out with the King - the King of Fruits! The amazing durian, a fruit that has almost defied description by noted writers over the years, has a (subjectively) obscene smell combined with beautiful a custard-like flesh. We visit Ghim Moh market to hang with an innovator in the Durian scene, and hear how Ah Seng innovated multiple times in his …
 
“The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog” is a pangram, a sentence with all 26 letters of the alphabet. Font sellers love this sentence since it showcases all 26 letters in one go. This is a podcast, so how things look don’t matter as much as how things sound, and we became curious about the Singapore accent for English. We got some of the best…
 
The Rule of Three Exists in Everything: think of comedy, photography, showbusiness. It also applies in the world of coffee, which has experienced what is accepted as The Three Waves. In Singapore, the Three Rules come with a twist: Kopi. We talk with 5 artisanal coffee cafes - Nylon Coffee Roasters, PPP Coffee, Two Degrees North Coffee Company, Mav…
 
Give our guests today a mic and an audience and they'll take the wonder of words and imbue them with the power of performance. The Spoken Word Poetry scene in Singapore is alive and well, with multiple events happening throughout each month across the island. I talk to 9 poets active in the scene about (a) How a layperson can know if what they're l…
 
The finale of our Crafted By series is the 5th part of our Singapore Music Scene review: the reality of earning a living through music. We look beyond pop hits and at other areas: composing for film, ringtones and slot machines sounds, voice-overs, DJing, running an audio studio - there are so many other ways to make coin. We hear deep thoughts fro…
 
The 4th part of our 5-part look at Singapore's Music Scene explores the Media and how artists reach their fans: Television, Radio and now, Social Media. We talk with Rob Middleton, who worked at both MTV and Channel [V], about how the 2 music channels approached the Pan-Asian market. Nic Shields pulls back the curtain on local radio and support for…
 
The 3rd installment of our 5-part look at the Singapore Music Scene explores how playing "live" is now more important than ever: with physical music sales down, concert income is a huge revenue stream. We talk with the home of the Performing Arts, The Esplanade, and hear from Singapore's top live music promoter, Michael Roche of Lushington Entertai…
 
In the 2nd part of our 5-part look at Singapore's Music Scene, we explore the business side of things; we talk to legendary Snakeweed Studios engineer Leonard Soosay about how acts turn musical ideas into tracks, learn how modern labels work with artists through our conversation with Lennat Mak of Warner Music, and Willy Tan of Aging Youth, manager…
 
The first of our 5 part look at the Singapore Music Scene, we explore the music and the artists who make it. We meet Fym Summer, a singer-songwriter who played at the SXSW festival in 2018 as the sole representative from Singapore and try to figure how her path as a writer and musician here might go. To get a perspective on how the scene here has c…
 
Knock! Knock! Who’s there? Wood! Wood Who? Would you believe there’s a thriving woodcrafting community in Singapore? In a city filled with glass, steel, concrete and stone architecture, it's wood that brings us closer to nature. We speak with 4 woodcrafters, including Elena Ho of Busy Boardies, about the joys of making amazing products from a susta…
 
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