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Monday April 14, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Monday April 14, 2014 MYT 8:56:55 AM
They won't disappoint: Terry and Azura of Red FM take entertaining you seriously.
Red FM’s Red Fix, hosted by Terry and Azura, helps listeners beat the blues.
Red FM’s Red Fix, hosted by Terry and Azura, helps listeners beat the blues while keeping the momentum going on weekday evenings (8pm-midnight).
“The show is exactly what the name suggests – The Fix! We aim to help listeners end their day right. If they had a good day, we keep that vibe going and if they had a bad day, we want to help fix it! Azura and I always have a great time hanging out. We have fun being ourselves and making each other laugh by goofing off and we want you to join in!” says Terry.
“Even though it is a late-evening show, we can still engage and entertain our listeners through various topics in the He Said She Said segment or in an impromptu karaoke session during ‘Karanokay’,” adds Azura.
He Said She Said is a segment where Terry and Azura come out with a funny twist on the “Mars versus Venus” analogy, while in Karanokay, the duo put listeners through a karaoke test.
In the Mr Foo Yoh 2.0 Contest, listeners can win their share of RM30,000 by identifying the songs and artistes that Mr Foo Yoh is mimicking.
So, tune in to Red FM on 104.9FM in the Klang Valley and 106.4FM in Ipoh. Visit www.red.fm for more information.
> 988’s 8.8 Seconds is a contest that puts you through a race against time to win your share of RM26,000. List out nine items in a given category in 8.8 seconds to win RM500 (if it is the bonus hour, you could win RM1,000).
So, tune in to 988’s Morning Up (6am-10am) and the Good Show (4pm-8pm) for a chance to win!
For more information, visit www.988.com.my or www.facebook.com/988.my on Facebook.
> Malaysian diver, Bryan Nickson Lomas shocked the nation when he announced his decision to quit the national diving team in 2013.
The young athlete, who won the gold medal at the World Junior Championship in Belem, Brazil in 2004, decided to put his passion on hold to pursue a degree in Sports Science at a local university.
Lomas will speak to Janice and Pamela of the Capital Breakfast show on April 18.
Also, join April Kuan in Global Passport on April 19 (noon to 4pm) as she speaks to the Venezuelan Strings Duo (cuatro player Jorge Polanco and harpist Leonard Jacome).
Apart from this interview, April will also be playing music from Venezuela on her show.
For more information, visit www.capitalfm.com.my or www.facebook.com/CapitalFM88.9.
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