This intimate conversational late-night talk show addresses a wide range of everyday relationship issues.
|1||11/12/13|| Maintaining a Good Relationship with Your Children as a Single Mother|
Wendy Wand, who was a single mother struggling to raise 3 kids, shares her personal journey of resilience and strength and how to inculcate good values toward money and saving as well as maintain great relationships with them through their adolescent years.
|2||26/11/13|| Beat A Box|
Arthur Choo, founder of Beat A Box is joined by one of his students/ beneficiaries, to tell us more about how cajon playing can help enhance relationships and good communication between society and individuals like the isolated elderly, terminally ill and youths at risk. His student shares his personal story.
|3||20/11/13|| Volunteering at Make-A-Wish|
Julinatasha Salleh has been a volunteer at Make-A-Wish since 2007, and has since granted 17 wishes (and counting) and helps to organise many of their annual event. All whilst juggling a job at Sony Music, managing her own fashion label while in university! A volunteer hero and an inspiration to many, Julinatasha shares more about the children she helps at MAW and what inspires her to give back.
|4||13/11/13|| Juvenile Delinquency|
Guests from Muhammadiyah Welfare Home chat about the issues surrounding juvenile delinquency, troubled youths and what can be done to improve their lives to tap on their full potential. They share personal experiences and inspiring stories of change and transformation.
|5||06/11/13|| Drug Addiction|
Shaharrudin Moktar was heavily involved in drugs from a young age but has since turned his life around and is now enjoying a career in the food and beverage industry with the help of SANA, social workers and employers willing to give him a second chance. He shares his story today.
|6||29/10/13|| Human Trafficking|
Sylvia Lee, founder of EmancipAsia, tells us more about the organisation's mission is to raise awareness about human trafficking, even here in Singapore. She shares the stories of the victims of trafficking and what we can do to turn the problem around.
|7||23/10/13|| Empowerment of Women|
Mrinalini Venkatachalam from the Singapore Committee for UN Women here to tell us more about the inspiring stories of the women who champion the empowerment of women in developing countries and advocate anti-violence campaigns.
|8||08/10/13|| Be Movement|
Be Movement is a celebration of the intangibles; the courage, diversity and human spirit of everyday people, organisations and companies that walk their beliefs. Be Movement's founder tells us more about travelling the world to find raw and authentic stories and insights to move and inspire you
Angela speaks to Ken Koh, a professional coach and trainer, on mindfulness in being present to build a good parent-child relationship.
|10||25/09/13|| Child Adoption|
TOUCH Adoption Services (TAS) is a non-profit, voluntary welfare organisation that aids and facilitates child adoption for couples. Apart from facilitating the adoption process, TAS also offers a range of support services such as workshops, resource materials, counseling and support groups for adoptive families and couples considering adoption. Andrea Yee, author of We Just Want You To Know & a successful adoptive parent of two, shares with us about her parenting journey.
|11||16/09/13|| Communication Between the Sexes|
The male and female brains are wired differently. So how do we get them on the same frequency? Counsellors Joanna Koh and Gary Koh share their tips.
|12||13/09/13|| Living In A Breaking Family|
Angela speaks with Benedict Tan on his struggles of growing up in a family that went through divorce.
|13||04/09/13|| Project Happy Feet|
Project Happy Feet is a Singapore-based not-for-profit organisation set up to empower the lives of underprivileged youths in developing countries. It has raised more than $300,000 through initiatives like Chefs with a Cause and the Slipper Race in 2011. Founder Deborah Chew shares the stories of the children and about their work.
Students from Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) share their views about challenges communication with their parents and tell us about a board game designed to get children talking to their mum and dad. The game, Famitopia, is funded for distribution by the NFC.
When it comes to resolving conflicts in our relationships with family members, friends or a spouse, many of us are at a loss as to what to do, how involved to be and how exactly to go about it. Associate Professor Lim Lei Theng shares about what mediation is, the types of mediations available, who should opt for mediation and how can one benefit from mediation in order to resolve problems in relationships.
Storytelling is an ancient art form across the world, which Chapters have fused with modern technology to create a biography service in Singapore. The purpose of Chapters is to uncover and record people's stories for the future, thus bridging gaps over generations and handing down legacies that would otherwise be lost. Founder Melissa tells us more about documenting the stories of families over generations.
|17||13/08/13|| Ride for Rainbows 2013|
Ride for Rainbows 2013 is a fund raising cycling event in its second year running. Hoping to aid the more than 600 children under the care of the Club Rainbow charity group, we find out more about this event from its organisers, Sebastian Tan and Liao Zuliang and Jerome Yuen.
|18||23/07/13|| Raymond Huang|
Angela Lim speaks to Heartware Network's Raymond Huang.
|19||16/07/13|| Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped|
The heart behind Singapore Association for the Visually Handicapped's (SAVH) outreach is to promote the needs, interests and aspirations of the visually impaired. Helping them accquire new skills and gain self reliance, they hope to aid the visually handicapped to integrate into mainstream society. In this episode of Between Us, SAVH's Executive Direction Michael Tan, and client, Patricia Tan give us insight into the challenges that the visually impaired in Singapore face, and the work that SAVH does to help them.
|20||12/07/13|| Shariff Abdullah|
Shariff Abdullah was born without a left foot below knee, at age of 6 years he was fitted with an artificial leg. He worked as an investigator, night club/disco bouncer, bodyguard and a sales person. Now married with a wife and 3 beautiful children, he is known as Singapore's First Blade Runner and the first in Asia to wear running prosthetic leg for long distance. Shariff tells us his inspiring story.