Here are five things we learnt about addiction from our "On The Mic" podcast conversation with addictions psychotherapist Andrew da Roza.
In this episode, I spoke with addictions psychotherapist Andrew da Roza about the types of addiction seen in Singapore and how they're treated.
Twenty-four-year-old Singaporean escort Ashley Chan (not her real name) opens up about her new book Scarlet Harlot: My Double Life.
On this episode, writer Gerrie Lim talks about his new book Scarlet Harlot: My Double Life, which explores the life of a young Singaporean escort.
Here are five things we learnt about veteran journalist Bertha Henson during her appearance on Yahoo News Singapore's "On The Mic" podcast.
On this episode, veteran journalist Bertha Henson speaks about her book "GE2020: Fair Or Foul?", the state of the media and Singapore's political future.
Here's what we learnt about The Projector from the indie cinema's general manager Prashant Somosundram during his appearance on the "On The Mic" podcast.
In this episode of "On The Mic", we spoke with Prashant Somosundram of The Projector to find out how the indie cinema has been coping amid the pandemic.
Here are five things we learnt about Singaporean cartoonist Sonny Liew during his appearance on Yahoo News Singapore's "On The Mic" podcast.
Singaporean cartoonist Sonny Liew, creator of "The Art Of Charlie Chan Hock Chye", is working on a new project that will explore a big issue: capitalism.
In the latest episode of "On The Mic", we spoke with MP Louis Ng about the causes he's championing and what he's learnt about being in the government.
In this episode, I spoke with MP Louis Ng on his journey into politics, the causes he's championing and his reputation for being a "woke" politician.
In our latest episode of the On The Mic podcast, academics Cherian George and Donald Low spoke about their latest book “PAP vs PAP”.
In this episode, I spoke with Janissa Ng of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) about the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on society and the environment.
I spoke with Reform Party leader Kenneth Jeyaretnam on issues ranging from his party's green manifesto and the state of Singapore's opposition.
In Part 3 of our series of interviews with prospective GE2020 candidates, I spoke with Kumaran Pillai of the Progress Singapore Party (PSP).
As part of our Singapore general election coverage, our guest this episode is Ravi Philemon, chief of the newly minted Red Dot United party.
In the first episode of our GE2020 series, I spoke with Jose Raymond, chairman of the Singapore People's Party and candidate for Potong Pasir SMC.
For our special Father's Day episode, I spoke to Bryan Tan, CEO of the Centre for Fathering, to find out what it takes to be a good dad.
Spotify has penned a podcast deal with DC Comics -- home to Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman -- bringing scripted superhero episodes to the audio streaming platform. The deal announced Thursday follows a separate Spotify deal with Kim Kardashian West for a criminal justice podcast, as the Swedish platform continues to splurge on a raft of original content. The multi-year deal with DC parent WarnerMedia for an "original slate of narrative scripted podcasts" will explore "new shows based on the vast universe of premier, iconic DC characters," the companies said in a statement.
This week's episode of "On The Mic" features Ken Wong, the head of OCBC's AI Lab, who shared his thoughts on data security amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Part 2 of our feature on family violence during the COVID-19 pandemic, we spoke to Kristine Lam, the lead social worker at Care Corner Project StART.
In this episode of "On The Mic", we speak with a representative from AWARE about the rise in family violence cases amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore.
Social distancing. Lockdowns. Circuit breaker. How are these things affecting people’s sex lives in Singapore? Tune in to "On The Mic" to find out.