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Über fünf Millionen Menschen in Deutschland leiden unter Depressionen. Beinahe Jede*r kommt in seinem Leben selbst, im eigenen Umfeld oder durch Popkultur damit in Kontakt. Trotzdem wird wenig über Depression und psychische Gesundheit gesprochen. In "Danke, gut – der Podcast über Pop und Psyche" trifft Miriam Davoudvandi Personen des öffentlichen Lebens, um das zu ändern.
 
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‚Hallo.Danke.Ja.‘Das sind die ersten Worte, die man in Deutschland braucht, wenn man einen Neuanfang startet. Herzlich Willkommen! In dem Podcast hören wir die Geschichten, die hinter dem Pflegepersonal aus aller Welt stehen, die einen Neuanfang in Deutschland wagen. Gemeinsam mit ihnen spreche ich, Anna, Deutschlehrerin für die Krankenhäuser der Stiftung der Cellitinnen zur hl. Maria über den Pflegeberuf, Sprache und was es für sie bedeutet, eine neue Kultur zu erleben. Meine Gäste sprechen ...
 
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Der Musiker BRKN ist die erste Person, die ein zweites Mal im Podcast zu Gast ist. In dieser Folge spricht er über seine Pornosucht. Wie hat er erkannt, dass es bei ihm über einen "normalen” Konsum hinausgeht? Wie beeinflusst der Konsum Beziehungen und Sexualleben? Was machen eigentlich Challenges wie "No Fap” mit einem? Welche Rolle spielt Scham? …
 
Willkommen in der 2. Staffel von Hallo Danke Ja!!!! Ein neues Jahr, eine neue Staffel und - eine neue Moderatorin!!! In der ersten Folge der neuen Staffel lernen wir Kristina Kojic kennen. Sie lebt derzeit noch in Bosnien und wird bald nach Deutschland kommen, hier als Pflegekraft arbeiten und als Moderatorin hier im Podcast einsteigen. Was sie gen…
 
Singapore shares rose in early trade today, tracking mostly gains in US and European markets. Some notable names seeing new developments today include Keppel Corporation, which reported a 40.6 per cent on-year decline in net profit for the second half ended December. Question is - how concerned should we be about this development? Sembcorp Industri…
 
Today we talk about Mason Greenwood rape chargers being dropped. But the question is now, should he be allowed to play for Manchester United? Plus a preview of the upcoming weekend games. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Money FM
 
We know Singapore is big on fitness and fitness gyms are popping up everywhere. And if this idea of exercise has not left your mind, FOXX, Singapore’s first boutique HIIT studio has recently opened. Ken Mok, Founder and Director of FiiTBOXX and FOXX shares with us the story behind the conceptualisation of FOXX and its special features. See omnystud…
 
Singapore has lost its top spot for being the most Instagrammable place in the world and taking the top spots are Milan, London and Paris. Dr Kevin Cheong, Managing Partner, Syntegrate (he was formerly Chairman, Association of Singapore Attractions) shares his views on what can be done for Singapore to come back on top. See omnystudio.com/listener …
 
Forget 'quiet quitting'. There is a new workplace trend on the horizon in 2023 and it's called 'quiet hiring'. While quiet hiring might be the ideal solution for employers to ensure workplace efficiency without causing financial strain, how can employees use it to their advantage? On Culture Club, Drive Time's Elliot Danker and Timothy Go speak wit…
 
Singapore shares rose in early trade today, tracking a Wall Street rally as the Federal Reserve took interest rates higher by 25 basis points overnight. But how have stocks, and in particular bank stocks, performed so far? Meanwhile the property sector continues to make the headlines with a number of property firms announcing their distribution and…
 
Today we talk about Tom Brady who has once again retired and 55 year old Japanese player getting a professional football contract, so does age really matter in sports? Plus what should you look our for when choosing a personal trainer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Money FM
 
No secret that travel is back, but how are those in the industry fairing in their recovery journey? Will the rise of digital-first travellers drive the digitalisation in the tourism industry as well? Victor Tseng, CFO, KKday shares how KKday fared in 2022 and how the rise of digital-first travellers is driving the growth of digitalization across th…
 
Ukraine says Russia is preparing a major new offensive to coincide with the one-year anniversary of the war in Ukraine, and warned that it could begin as soon as 24 February. One year in, where does Ukraine currently stands, and what does Russia think of the war so far? And over in the United Kingdom, as many as half a million workers are striking …
 
Coffee is on the agenda for us today, with Starbucks Corporation set to unveil its results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2023 today. According to Yahoo Finance, analysts are expecting an 8.6% on-year improvement in revenue, amid accelerating same store sales and unit growth, as well as a margin explosion. Aside from the sales figures, it is …
 
The metaverse scene in Singapore is heating up, with major players, such as banks and telcos mobilising their massive capital to develop metaverse capabilities. That being said, while powerful companies make big shifts in the virtual space, how can investing in the metaverse help small businesses? On Culture Club, Drive Time's Elliot Danker and Tim…
 
Today we look at the winners losers and questionable transfers on football deadline transfer day. Plus what should you look our for when choosing a personal trainer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Money FM
 
The Singapore Straits Times Index ended the first two days of the week in the negative territory. So what is the likelihood of the STI ending in the green, especially with the US Federal Reserve decision mid-week? In terms of sectors to watch, a number of Reits have released their distribution per unit figures in January. Question is - how has the …
 
The digitalisation of trade finance looks for opportunities to bring technologies to the world of trade. It is also to reduce reliance on paper-based and manual processes and improve the customer experience. Samir Neji, Founder, #dltledgers shares his views on why the trade finance scene is lagging behind when it comes to embrace digitalisation. Se…
 
From Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s one day visit to Singapore to the Myanmar junta preparing for elections. Dr. Felix Tan, Political Observer, Nanyang Technological University shares his analysis on those headlines and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Money FM
 
In our first episode of Under The Radar, we talk about REIT managers and what’s next as they put their FY 2022 earnings behind them. Our guest for today is from OUE Commercial Reit, which has a property portfolio comprising approximately 2.2 million square feet of prime office and retail space, and 1,643 upper upscale hotel rooms in Singapore and S…
 
Imagine having spent one’s entire life - time and money - into building a business, with the assumption or hope that their children will want to inherit and keep the enterprise within the family, only to be surprised to learn their kids aren't interested in taking over the family business. What can businesses do - fold it up? There is another optio…
 
The US and China economies are in focus today with Federal Reserve officials set to meet later today to decide on their next monetary policy move. Observers are now expecting the Fed to raise interest rates by 25 basis points after the series of outsized hikes. But when and at what point will the Fed pivot away from their hawkish stance? In the mea…
 
We’re going to talk all about watches today. According to a new industrial report,, sales of second-hand luxury watches will overtake new models within a decade as buyers seek rate timepieces from brands such as Rolex and Audemars Piguet. Swiss-based industry analyst and consulting firm LuxeConsult forecast that the market for vintage and pre-owned…
 
In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Timothy Go and Bharati Jagdish speak with Jonathan Frewin, Senior Journalist with BBC World Service Partner Hub in London to talk about some of the top stories they are tracking this week, including a series of strikes in the UK, with teachers being the latest to join the group, what will happen as the European Commi…
 
Today we’re going to set our sights on a market that may be fairly unique to our listeners - Uzbekistan! You might be wondering why we are talking about Uzbekistan, and that’s because Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev was here in Singapore recently on his first state visit to the country. During his visit, both countries agreed to work on the prom…
 
In the Spotlight on Prime Time, we focus on two major economies - the US and China. Timothy Go is joined by Pushan Dutt, Professor of economics and political sciences at INSEAD who gave his insights on the US GDP data that came in firmer-than-expected, so what will the Fed do next? Plus, with the US hitting its debt ceiling, what’s going to happen …
 
Accounting for about 75% of global primary energy use, cities are by far the biggest producer of greenhouse gas emissions. Given that they are the main source of demand and the owners of municipal infrastructure, how can cities be smarter in the way they design, build and operate infrastructure in ways that encourage greater efficiency and sustaina…
 
Prices in the Housing Board resale market rose at a slower pace of 2.3 per cent in the last quarter of 2022, compared with 2.6 percent in the third quarter. It was the slowest quarter-to-quarter price growth in 2022. On the Straits Times the Big Story, Multimedia Correspondent, Hairianto Diman speaks with Ismail Gafoor, Chief Executive Officer of P…
 
Since the start of the pandemic, the number of digital nomads with traditional jobs has more than tripled. More than 50% of the world’s digital nomads in 2022 were from the US. But one Singaporean is joining this growing trend. In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Timothy Go and Bharati Jagdish speak with Gabriel Wong, CEO of Ascend Marketing, who will …
 
The credit market is in focus today as tightening monetary conditions and trade tensions continue to dampen global market activity. We’ll start from home in Singapore. Earlier, market reports suggested that Singapore’s three largest banks could see a possible increase in bad loans and softer loan growth this year, but which are the risks to watch a…
 
In May 2022, Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat said that helping SMEs scale up is one of Singapore’s three drivers of economic growth. Unfortunately, SMEs in Singapore face various challenges in the business landscape, which becomes even more difficult in the face of global competition. So how can SMEs in Singapore fight the Goliaths in the onli…
 
Singapore's core inflation, which excludes costs of private transport and accommodation, came in at 5.1 per cent year on year in December. The measure is projected to stay elevated in the first half of this year before slowing more discernibly in the second half of 2023. In The Straits Times' The Big Story, Multimedia Correspondent Hairianto Diman …
 
2022 has been a challenging year for markets as participants experience major pullbacks with their portfolios and investors struggling to protect their capital. Against the backdrop of a high inflationary environment and geopolitical uncertainties, hedge funds felt the pains but managed to absorb some shocks in the market. While the asset class dec…
 
A recent survey by Couchbase showed that 83% of IT leaders in banks, insurers and other financial services providers, are under pressure to deliver digital transformation. While it’s clear that the innovation in digital services spurred by the pandemic has been welcomed by customers, how can the Financial Services sector stay in the driving seat in…
 
Sustainability is increasingly becoming a necessity for corporations due to changing perspectives around the world. And yet, becoming a green company takes a sizable amount of resources, time and risks. So how can businesses better navigate this space and ensure they are authentic in their sustainability initiatives? Prime Time's Timothy Go spoke w…
 
The supply of certificates of COEs will rise by 3.4% for the period of February to April 2023, the first increase after two quarters of decline. Overall, there will be an average of 3,144 COEs available for bidding spread across the five categories each month during this period, said the Land Transport Authority (LTA) on Friday. This is up from the…
 
We’ll keep you up to speed with the key macroeconomic and market movements in the US as we end the week. Earlier, US producer prices out mid-week showed the producer price index decreased 0.5% on a monthly basis for December. That’s lower than November’s revised 0.2% increase. December’s annual PPI figure also came in lower than the previous month.…
 
A 19-year-old has taken a year-gap in her studies to focus on her tuition business, where she has cracked the code to help fellow peers ace that GP paper. In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish and Timothy Go chat with Brooke Lim, Founder of Classicle Club about her decision to stop her studies for her fledgling business as well as the lat…
 
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's shock announcement on Thursday (Jan 19) of her resignation has stunned the country and even her party. She said she “no longer has enough in the tank” to do the job, and would step down no later than early February. In The Straits Times’ The Big Story, Multimedia Correspondent Cheow Sue-Ann spoke with Cor…
 
Ransomware attacks remain the number one cyber threat in the Asia Pacific, with groups adopting corporate structures and using zero-day vulnerabilities and supply-chain attacks to infect victims. On Tech Talk, Prime Time’s Timothy Go and Bharati Jagdish speak with Feixiang He, Adversary Intelligence Research Lead, Group-IB to find out his forecasts…
 
With Chinese New Year just round the corner, many of us may still be shopping for something to wear over the festive season. But did you know that the world is currently seeing a shortage of cotton used to make our clothes, after extreme weather conditions wreaked havoc upon virtually all of the world’s largest suppliers? For instance, India saw he…
 
To combat inflationary pressure, many people are looking at investment options. And some are raising a glass to wine investments. So from the bottle to the bank, Bharati Jagdish and Timothy Go speak with Jeremy Howard, Co-Founder, Cru World Wine on Prime Time's In the Spotlight to find out more about this alternative asset and how to position wine …
 
As we enter a new year, small and medium enterprises, as well as mid-sized companies, are looking at a challenging future with geopolitical tensions, hyperinflation and supply chain disruptions. Will 2023 break the curse? Prime Time's Timothy Go and Bharati Jagdish speak with Dr Rashimah Rajah, Lecturer of Management and Organisation at the Nationa…
 
Consumers and businesses can now more easily spot companies that support better wages for lower-wage workers to buy goods and services from, by looking out for their Progressive Wage Mark. The two-tier accreditation scheme was officially launched on Wednesday at an event held at Japanese apparel brand Uniqlo’s local flagship store at Orchard Centra…
 
The Chinese economy and market is at the front and centre of our discussion today, after the country announced its GDP figures earlier in the week. If you recall, Gross Domestic Product was up 3% last year. While the figure beat an earlier Bloomberg forecast of 2.7%, it was far lower than the 8.4% in 2021 and below the official 5% target. But with …
 
Countries at U.N talks in Uruguay in December, discussed a future global plastics treaty which would cut pollution, with the hope of doing so entirely by 2040. Over in Singapore, we are also doing our part to reduce plastic usage. A new compostable hawker centre - a first in Singapore - to use fully 100% biodegradable and compostable packaging and …
 
A breakneck surge in private residential rents hammered Singapore’s tenants with increases of about 21% in the first nine months of 2022, and the pain looks set to continue this year. Despite the pace slowing, analysts predict that rents are set to rise by another 10-15% this year. In Powering Your Property, Prime Time's Timothy Go and Bharati Jagd…
 
We’ll put the focus on the state of the global economy today. According to the International Monetary Fund, severe fragmentation of the global economy could reduce global economic output by up to 7%. But which will be the economies most affected by the change? And with the World Economic Forum underway, to what extent could we expect the meeting to…
 
In the Spotlight on Prime Time every Monday, Bharati Jagdish and Timothy Go will speak with our friends from the BBC in London on some of the top stories they are tracking in the week ahead. This week, they are joined by Jonathan Frewin, Senior Journalist with BBC World Service Partner Hub in London to discuss China, with the new year travel rush r…
 
An Institute of Policy Studies survey shows that different generations value different aspects of their jobs. Over 50 per cent would be willing to accept less pay or a lesser work role for the benefit of their family or personal life. In The Straits Times’ The Big Story, Multimedia Correspondent Cheow Sue-Ann spoke with Dr Laurel Teo, Senior Resear…
 
Employers across Singapore appear to be investing in talent when it comes to sustainability-related initiatives. Prime Time's Timothy Go and Bharati Jagdish speak with Dr Noorashikin Rahman, Co-Lead for NP’s Personalised Learning Pathway (PLP) Minor in Sustainability to find out how they’re equipping the future talent pool with the right ESG skills…
 
We’ll talk all about exchange traded funds today and in particular, we’re going to be talking about thematic ETFs. These are ETFs that are positioned to benefit from long term structural changes such as changes in technology, society, the environment and demographics over time. And on that note, fund management company Global X ETFs has launched th…
 
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