As the saying goes, if you don't ask for it, you won't get it. Get your questions answered with our expert guests. ASK is the show that poses questions we all ask ourselves every day.
|1||29/08/12|| Andrew Grant|
Today we ask 'Who Killed Creativity? Can We Rescue Innovation? Hear all about the neuroscientistific and specialist psychological insight into the latest discoveries about creative thinking and how it can be actively developed. What do overcontrolling bosses and proven psychopaths have in common? With a fascinating forensic approach and carefully researched facts, we ask what kills creativity and how can the creative spirit be saved? Guest: Andrew Grant, author and Speaker at Singapore Management University's CREATING THE FUTURE – INNOVATION AND THE GLOBAL CHALLENGE conference (TBC)
|2||22/08/12|| Ed Shirmer|
What effect did World War 2 have on the lives of individuals in Singapore? The passing of his father cemented in him a desire to chronicle the momentous events of World War II as seen through his father's eyes, to document the experiences of a passing generation, before they are lost and forgotten. Guest: Ed Shirmer.
|3||15/08/12|| Chade Meng Tan|
Can you train your mind to achieve more in life? Guest: Chade Meng Tan, Search Inside Yourself.
|4||08/08/12|| Michael Losier|
Michelle chats with Michael Losier, a bestselling author who wrote about the Law of Attraction and supports people so they can understand and practice the art of Deliberate Attraction so they can have more of what they want in their lives.
|5||01/08/12|| Stephen Kesting|
How can lessons from sports psychology translate into excellence for life in any sphere? He canoed for over 82 days over the wilderness of Canada, trained for decades under Dan Inosanto, Bruce Lee's best known student for his black belt in Jeet Kune Do, Filipino Martial Arts, and Silat. With over 30 years of sporting excellence behind him what life lessons does internationally renowned founder of Grapplearts Stephen Kesting have to share on reaching what seems to be unattainable goals in life?
|6||25/07/12|| ASK Your Minister - Grace Fu|
We round-up our four-part special where our political leaders open up on their personal lives. Hear Senior Minister of State for Information Communications and the Arts and the Environment and Water Resources, Grace Fu talk about issues concerning women at work. She shares the challenges she faced. What are the main concerns of Singaporeans regarding their career, marriage and growing a larger family? Can women juggle a successful career with motherhood? What are some of the reasons preventing you from starting a family? Have you had to make career sacrifices in order to have your family?
|7||18/07/12|| ASK Your Minister - Mr Tan Chuan-Jin|
We continue our four-part special where our political leaders open up on their personal lives. Hear Minister of State for National Development and Manpower Tan Chuan-Jin share his sense of the Singapore identity. How did he bring people together when planning our national day parade while in the SAF? Get to know the man behind the political office. Join us "live" with your questions for Mr Tan Chuan-Jin from 7-8 pm this Wednesday. ASK Your Minister, with Michelle Martin only on 938LIVE.
|8||11/07/12|| ASK Your Minister - Madam Halimah Yacob|
The second edition of our special series of ASK where you get to know the person behind the public figure. Our guest is Minister of State for Community Development, Youth and Sports, Madam Halimah Yacob. She discusses the importance of building a community spirit and neighbourliness.
|9||04/07/12|| ASK Your Minister - Dr Amy Khor|
The first edition of our special series of ASK where you get to know the person behind the public figure. Over four weeks, our ministers will share tips from how to stay healthy to how to bring back the kampong spirit. Our guest is Minister of State for Health Dr Amy Khor.
|10||27/06/12|| Neil Humphreys|
What is it about our little red dot that makes so many want to call it home? After a brief sojourn down under, Neil Humphries returns to what he calls his true home and tells Michelle Martin how he is embracing his inner Sir Raffles and exploring what he sees and loves about the new Singapore.
|11||20/06/12|| Josephine Chia|
We travel back in time to the 1950's. In colonial Singapore, a girl who wanted an education faced tremendous barriers; from battling patriarchs to raising money. Growing up Peranakan in kampong Potong pasir, my guest, author Josephine Chia shares her true life story. She brings kampong living to life, and shares how courageous women who stood up for what they thought was right - at enormous personal cost- helped other women reach their dreams.
|12||13/06/12|| Ross Walker|
Respected Cardiologist and International Media Personality Ross Walker tells us why preventative health is becoming increasingly important in today's world.