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Daily Cuts

Daily Cuts

The best interviews from CNA938 on current affairs, health, entertainment and money, curated daily.

Daily Cuts - S1E87: Raya Bazaar

The annual Hari Raya Bazaar at Geylang Serai back in full swing! This year's edition will be the longest one yet, and will feature over 700 stalls. Singapore Today's Melanie Oliveiro and Justine Moss speak to Associate Professor Dr Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, Lead Advisor of Wisma Geylang Serai and Minister of State for Home Affairs & National Development to find out what else is new this year. 

26/01/2023 11 mins

Daily Cuts - S1E85: Doomsday Clock

Is mankind inching closer towards the End of Days? Atomic scientists have set the "Doomsday Clock" closer to midnight than ever before. Singapore Today’s Melanie Oliveiro and Cheryl Goh speak to Paul Ingram from The Centre for the Study of Existential Risk University of Cambridge to find out more.

25/01/2023 14 mins

Daily Cuts - S1E86: The Table Guy

Singapore Today's Melanie Oliveiro and Cheryl Goh speak with local artisans The Table Guy – they specialise in wood furniture-making. Co-founder Samantha Zhuang discusses how theirs is a sustainable business and how they customise orders for customers.

25/01/2023 17 mins

Daily Cuts - S1E84: Smartphone signals on flights

If aviation experts say smartphone signals are too weak to impact flight equipment, why do we have to switch them off? Singapore Today’s Melanie Oliveiro and Cheryl Goh speak to Associate Professor Neelakantam V. Venkatarayalu, from the Engineering cluster at the Singapore Institute of Technology for more.

25/01/2023 11 mins

Daily Cuts - S1E83: Don't rush to buy bunnies this Year of the Rabbit

It’s the Year of the Rabbit and many may be tempted to purchase a cute bunny to mark the new year. Singapore Today speaks to Anbarasi Boopal, Co-CEO, ACRES, on why you should think twice.

24/01/2023 10 mins