Neil Humphreys, Award-Winning Author

Neil Humphreys, Award-Winning Author

25 May 2019
Beautiful Game: Can Spurs upset Liverpool in the Champions League final?
Pop Culture: Madonna’s new album
Beautiful Places: The Projector Singapore
Wild World: Cats in Singapore
Crime Mysteries: Latest twist in Teacher’s Pet cold murder case

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18 May 2019
Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Manchester City Dominance
In our Beautiful Game segment, Neil and Jason salute treble-chasing Manchester City ahead of the 2019 FA Cup final, while tipping their hats to underdogs Watford and their former chairman Sir Elton John.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys and Jason Dasey On Their Rat And Cockroach Phobia
In our Wild World segment, Neil and Jason admit to a rat and cockroach phobia. Neil's childhood took a scary turn when he found a mouse in tomato soup, while Jason confesses to using Neil's book poster to save his wife from a cockroach.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys On Israel Falou's Rugby Suspension
Neil and Jason weigh in on the sacking of Australia Rugby superstar Israel Falou for his anti-gay comments via social media. Was Falou denied freedom of speech, or was he rightly punished for breaking employment protocol?

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Weekends: Brian Harris On 21st Anniversary Of Spice Girls' Breakup
Former music insider Brain 'Frog' Harris joins Jason and Neil as they mark the 21st anniversary of the break-up of the Spice Girls' original lineup. They agree the all-girl group produced memorable hits to go with slick marketing.

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Weekends: Destination NSW's Siew Hoon Tan on Vivid Sydney
Siew Hoon Tan, of Destination New South Wales, lists enchanting things to do in Jason's Aussie hometown, including the Vivid Sydney light shows. Jason and Neil agree that winter might be the best time to visit Australia's largest city.

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Weekends: Teresa Teo Guttensohn on Sports, Arts & Heritage Trail
Curator Teresa Teo Guttensohn explains the inspiration behind the new Sports, Arts and Heritage Trail at Singapore Sports Hub. Neil and Jason are impressed by Teresa's connection to Singapore pioneer Chew Joo Chiat.

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11 May 2019
Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Monkeypox in Singapore
In our Wild World segment, Neil and Jason talk about Singapore's first Monkeypox case in which a 38-year-old Nigerian man was placed in isolation after unsuspectingly bringing a rare disease onto the island.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys Previews The Final Day Of Premier League
After a wild week in European football, could the final day of the Premier League season deliver more shocks? In our Beautiful Game segment, Neil and Jason ponder if Liverpool might pip reigning champs Manchester City for glory.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on the Art Science Museum
In our Beautiful Places segment, Neil explains why he loves the Art Science Museum, which he visited last week for the Wonderland exhibition, based on the Alice in Wonderland fairy tale.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Jason Mraz Concert in Singapore
With Jazon Mraz back in Singapore for yet another concert, Neil and Jason uncover the American singer, his best songs, and his early days as a performer in the cafes of San Diego. We also hear from Mraz before his show at the Star Theatre.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys On PMDs Not Being Banned In Singapore
After parts of Europe banned Personal Mobility Devices (PMD) from footpaths, Neil and Jason give their views on Singapore's resistance in following suit, despite a spate of accidents and strong voices against e-scooters.

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4 May 2019
Weekends: Jason and Neil on HSBC Treetop Walk
In our Beautiful Places segment, Jason shares his less-than-perfect experience trying to visit the HSBC Treetop Walk on a busy Labour Day. The tourist attraction at MacRitchie Reservoir was more like Orchard MRT in rush hour than a relaxing getaway.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Avengers: Endgame Popularity
Avengers: Endgame is taking the world by storm, setting new sales' records. Neil shares his experience watching the Disney film with his family at a morning screening that attracted an audience from all walks of life.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Chewbacca Actor Peter Mayhew
On Star Wars Day, Neil laments the death of U.S.-based Brit Peter Mayhew, who portrayed Chewbacca in many of the Star Wars films. Cast members, including Harrison Ford, have come forward to pay tribute to the giant actor.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Cricket Player/Drug Smuggler Chris Lewis' Redemption
In our Crime Mysteries' segment, Jason and Neil share the story of former England cricket player Chris Lewis who has found redemption after a six-year jail sentence for drug smuggling with the staging of a play about his troubled life.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Lightning Danger For Sports
Jason and Neil talk about the tragic death of Stefan Petrovski, a promising 18-year-old Australian goalkeeper who was struck by lightning during training in Malaysia in 2016, and his father's ongoing fight for justice.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys Previews Champions League SF 2nd Legs
Do Liverpool and Spurs have any chance of overturning deficits in the second leg of their Champions League semi-finals? Neil and Jason preview the hopes of the English clubs, who face up to Barcelona and Ajax.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Singing and Inquisitive Singapore Cabbies
Neil and Jason share some of the experiences they've had with Singaporean taxi drivers in our motoring madness segment, including singing cabbies, and over-inquisitive ones who questioned their virility.

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27 Apr 2019
Weekends : Neil Humphreys on Manchester United and Liverpool
In our Beautiful Game segment, Neil Humphreys talks about Manchester United's rocky season, Liverpool's battle with Manchester City for the title, and ex-Reds striker Robbie Fowler starting a new role at an Australian club.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Labrador Park (Beautiful Places)
In our Beautiful Places segment, Neil shares about his experience visiting Labrador Park  while writing his 'Return to a Sexy Island' book, and his observations about the unique children's playground with a WW II flavour.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Ed Sheeran's Singapore Concert
Neil shares his experience of attending Ed Sheeran's Singapore concert with his daughter at the National Stadium, and how the multi-talented British singer won him over with his self-deprecating humour.

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Weekends : Neil Humphreys on Manchester United and Liverpool
In our Beautiful Game segment, Neil Humphreys talks about Manchester United's rocky season, Liverpool's battle with Manchester City for the title, and ex-Reds striker Robbie Fowler starting a new role at an Australian club.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on AI making life worse
Neil and Jason talk about their frustration about Artificial Intelligence (AI). Although it does bring some benefits, there are some things, like paying bills and ordering in restaurants, they wish would remain the same.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Sir Mo Farah crime mystery
Neil and Jason weigh in on the extraordinary public feud between track and field legends Sir Mo Farah, of Great Britain, and the Haile Gebrselassie, of Ethiopia, in our crime mysteries' segment. Who should we believe?

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on the Viral Gorilla Selfie
Neil shares his delight with the viral gorilla selfie taking the world by storm, snapped by rangers at the Virunga national park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. One of the primates took a leaf out of Kim Kardashian's book of posing.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on the E-Scooter accident at Orchard
In our Motoring Madness segment, Neil talks about the recent E-scooter accident at Orchard, where a child was hit by a speeding rider. Neil and Jason agree that the current speed limit for E-scooters may still be too high.

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20 Apr 2019
Weekends: Wild World with Neil Humphreys
In our Wild World segment, Neil Humphreys and Glenn van Zutphen discusses the recent Notre Dame fire and the impact it has had on Paris and its people, and Christians worldwide.

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Weekends : Public vs. Private Transport with Neil Humphreys
Neil Humphreys and Glenn van Zutphen talks about Singapore's private transport usage decline and how on certain occasions, the MRT may be faster than taking private transport.

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Weekends : Neil Humphreys on Hollywood actor Geoffrey Rush
In our Crime Mysteries' segment, Glenn van Zutphen chats with Neil Humphreys as he gives his take on how Australia's Hollywood actor Geoffrey Rush won damages after being smeared by a major newspaper in a case that polarised opinion in his homeland.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Game of Thrones
Neil Humphreys and Glenn van Zutphen discuss the beginning of the final season of HBO's Game of Thrones. Neil shares about his original opinion of Game of Thrones before watching the show and becoming a fan.

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Weekends : Neil Humphreys on Tiger Woods' comeback
Neil Humphreys shares his thoughts with Glenn van Zutphen about Tiger Woods and his comeback victory at the 2019 Masters. The discussion includes President Donald Trump and a potential Medal of Freedom for Woods.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Changi Jewel
Neil Humphreys marvels with Glenn Van Zutphen about his most recent experience with Changi Airport's latest addition, Changi Jewel.

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13 Apr 2019
Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Liverpool vs. Chelsea
Five years after Steven Gerrard's costly slip against the same opposition, Neil and Jason preview Liverpool's crucial late-season match against Chelsea, as they aim to win a first-ever Premier League title.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys on Eurythmics & Annie Lennox
Having formed in the Australian town of Wagga Wagga in 1980, Britain's The Eurythmics went on to become one of the world's greatest pop bands. But, Neil and Jason ask: why is lead singer Annie Lennox always so angry?

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys On Why Holland Village Is Over-Rated
Despite Holland Village's popularity, author Neil Humphreys and Jason agree that the expat-friendly suburb is over-rated, and there are better, and less expensive, entertainment areas in Singapore.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys On British Stand-Up Comic Dying On Stage
In our Wild World segment, Neil and Jason discuss the death of UK comedian Ian Cognito who died on stage during a performance -- following in the footsteps of legendary comic Tommy Cooper in the 1980s.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys On Time Passing Quicker As You Get Older
With Jason celebrating a recent birthday, Neil explains the scientifically proved fact that time passes quicker as we get older, and how vacations always go slower at the start of the trip.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys On Singapore's PARF/COE Rebate
In our Motoring Madness segment, Jason confesses his new-found obsession with the PARF/COE rebate, while Neil agrees with a wise taxi driver who says suburban ERP gantries are a necessary evil.

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6 Apr 2019
Neil Humphreys On Encountering Penang Waterspouts
Neil got more than he bargained on when he took a cruise with his family from Singapore to Penang. In our Wild World segment, Neil gets a glimpse of a Malaysian waterspout that has his mother in the UK worried.

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Ex-Hi-5's Stevie Nicholson & Tanika Anderson On Superdudes
Former Hi-5 members Stevie Nicholson and Tanika Anderson are back in Singapore to perform at the HSBC Rugby Sevens. They explain to Jason and Neil about their project, Superdudes, and their plans to marry in November.

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Superdudes' Stevie Nicholson & Tanika Anderson On Star Theatre
In the company of former Hi-5 members Stevie Nicholson and Tanika Anderson, Neil Humphreys share his memories of watching the Aussie kids' group at Singapore's Star Theatre where he found it hard to stay in his seat.

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Ex-Hi-5 members Stevie Nicholson & Tanika Anderson's Favorite Musicals
In third part of our chat with Stevie Nicholson and Tanika Anderson, the former Hi-5 members share their favourite famous musicals and other creative inspirations with Neil and Jason.

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Neil Humphreys & Stevie Nicholson On Robbie Fowler A-League Coach
With Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler to become the next Brisbane Roar coach, special guest Stevie Nicholson (former Hi-5 member) share his love of soccer and other sports with Neil and Jason.

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30 Mar 2019
Neil Humphreys On Marina Bay Cruise Centre
As he prepares to go on a cruise with his family, author Neil Humphreys sings the praises of Singapore's $500 million Marina Bay Cruise Centre, which was opened in 2012, in our Beautiful Places segment.

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Neil Humphreys On UK Fugitive In Australia
Neil marvels at the bravado of a 57-year-old British fugitive who almost escaped from charges in Australia, riding a jet ski and armed with a crossbow, before being picked up by Aussie authorities near Papua New Guinea.

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Neil Humphreys On Singapore COE Prices
Neil and Jason discuss the unique roller-coaster ride that Singapore car owners face when it comes to fluctuating Singapore COE prices in our motoring madness segment.

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Neil Humphreys On Jussie Smollett Let Off In Crime Mysteries
Neil and Jason discuss the surprising decision of U.S. prosecutors to drop charges against actor Jussie Smollett, who apparently staged his own hate crime attack in a bid to increase his salary.

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Neil Humphreys On Liverpool FC's Crucial Month
With Liverpool facing a crucial month in the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League, columnist Neil Humphreys says defender Virgil van Dijk was worth every penny of his record £75 million transfer fee.

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Neil Humphreys On Terence Trent D'Arby
It's the 30th anniversary of the album that effectively derailed Terence Trent D'Arby after he had been among the world's hottest artists. Neil and Jason discuss the American's patchy and colourful career.

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23 Mar 2019
Neil Humphreys On Smoking Ban In Malaysia
From January, Malaysian restaurants banned smoking in most areas, a move which is long over-due, according to Neil Humphreys. Neil shares a story of how passive smoking in Genting gave his daughter stomach pains.

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Neil Humphreys On Perils Of Singapore Roundabouts
After the tragic death of a 82-year-old woman next to a roundabout at Marine Parade, Neil suggests that local drivers need to take extra care at this often-unfamiliar part of Singapore motoring.

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Neil Humphreys On Esplanade Theatre
After a weekend excursion to see a Beatles' tribute band, Neil sings the praises of the Esplanade Theatre in our Beautiful Places segment. The once-controversial building, opened in 2002, is now savoured and heavily used for the arts.

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Neil Humphreys On Doppelganger Crime Mystery
As Jason gets stalked at Adventure Cove by a five-year-old girl who thinks he is her French swim coach, Neil shares the story of the Kansas man who went to prison for 17 years for a crime committed by his Doppelganger.

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16 Mar 2019
Neil Humphreys On Cathay Building In Singapore
The Cathay Building was once Southeast Asia's highest. Author Neil Humphreys explains the historical significance of the Singapore landmark and its connection to a visiting World War II veteran from England.

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Neil Humphreys On New Zealand Mosques' Shootings
Neil Humphreys and Jason agree that the right-wing politics and rhetoric of some world leaders may be contributing to the recent wave of apparent white supremacist violence, with 49 Muslims gunned down at two New Zealand mosques.

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Neil Humphreys On Beatles' Tribute Bands
Ahead of a trip to watch a Beatles' tribute band in Singapore, Neil shares the story of the Japanese Fab Four impersonators whose front man looked more like a chubby Yoko Ono than John Lennon.

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Colette Wong and Neil Humphreys on Champions League QF Draw
Sports broadcaster Colette Wong and The New Paper columnist Neil Humphreys weigh in on the quarter-final draw for the UEFA Champions League, with four clubs, including Liverpool and Manchester United, in the last eight.

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Broadcaster Colette Wong On Meeting Her Favorite Band Toto
Sports broadcaster Colette Wong fell in love with Toto as a 14-year-old growing up in Singapore. She shares with Jason and Neil how she met the American band during a Jakarta jazz festival in 2019.

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Colette Wong and Neil Humphreys on Champions League QF Draw
Sports broadcaster Colette Wong and The New Paper columnist Neil Humphreys weigh in on the quarter-final draw for the UEFA Champions League, with four clubs, including Liverpool and Manchester United, in the last eight.

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Colette Wong & Neil Humphreys On Owning Dogs
Jason's daughter desperately wants a pet dog, while Neil's daughter desperately doesn't want one. Sports broadcaster and mother-of-two Colette Wong shares the pros and cons of being a dog owner.

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9 Mar 2019
Neil Humphreys On Gareth Bale Problems At Real Madrid
Despite winning countless trophies and scoring important goals, Gareth Bale isn't loved by the Real Madrid fans. The New Paper columnist Neil Humphreys explains why the Wales forward may return to the Premier League.

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Neil Humphreys On Singapore Public Libraries
In a twist to our Beautiful Places segment, author Neil Humphreys goes indoors to sing the praises of the Singapore public library system -- with amusing memories of the differences to his birthplace of England.

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Neil Humphreys On Singapore Drought
February was the third-hottest in Singapore history, and there's little respite in sight. Neil and Jason lament the higher than normal temperatures and share stories past-and-present of coping with droughts.

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Neil Humphreys On Danger Of Meeting Your Heroes
Neil and Jason share stories of the dangers of meeting their sports and musical childhood heroes in the wake of their interview with Little River Band front man Glenn Shorrock.

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Neil Humphreys On Michael Jackson Documentary
The explosive HBO documentary Leaving Neverland accuses pop superstar Michael Jackson of child sexual abuse, claims denied by his family. Neil and Jason agree that it is difficult to know who to believe.

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2 Mar 2019
Neil Humphreys On Footballers Refusing To Be Subbed
The refusal of Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa to be subbed off during the recent English League Cup final shows how player-power has got out of control in top-level football, says New Paper columnist Neil Humphreys.

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Neil Humphreys On Stowaway Snake From Australia To UK
A British grandmother got a rude surprise when a snake stowed away in her luggage as she travelled home to chilly Scotland from sub-tropical Queensland, much to the amusement of Neil Humphreys in this week's Wild World segment.

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Neil Humphreys On Lawyer Michael Cohen In Crime Mysteries
What's the difference between the testimony to U.S. Congress of former Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen and dialogue from the classic gangster film, Goodfellows? Not too much, according to sometimes-crime author Neil Humphreys.

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Neil Humphreys On Yishun Pond Park
Yishun isn't Singapore's most glamorous suburb, but it doesn't deserve its bad publicity, says author Neil Humphreys. Neil sings the praises of Yishun Pond Park -- and some tasty Yishun roti prata.

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Songland's Brian Harris & Neil Humphreys On Bee Gees
On the 60th anniversary of the Bee Gees' first musical performances together in Australia, Jason and author Neil Humphreys are joined by Songland Records' Brian ''Frog" Harris to assess the brothers' pop musical legacy.

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Pop Legend Neil Sedaka Thanks Money FM On Twitter
After last week's interview with Jason and Neil, pop legend Neil Sedaka takes to Twitter to thank Money FM for an enjoyable segment ahead of his 80th birthday on March 13th.

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23 Feb 2019
Neil Humphreys On Punggol Waterway Park
In our Beautiful Places' segment, author Neil Humphreys explains how he fell in love with Punggol Waterway and its scenic park, moving his young family from East Coast to experience its wonders.

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Neil Humphreys On UK winter Warmer Than OZ Summer
The recent mild weather in Britain saw winter temperatures edge above some of those in the Australian summer. But, as Neil and Jason explain, the southern Aussie island of Tasmania is usually freezing all year round.

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Neil Humphreys On Manager Sarri Problems At Chelsea
Manager Maurizio Sarri is on the verge of being sacked at Chelsea, but that is just one of the numerous problems facing the west London club and its Russian oligarch owner.

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Did American Actor Jussie Smollett Stage His Own Attack?
In our Crime Mysteries' segment, Neil and Jason discuss the implications of the apparent staging of a 'hate crime' attack by Empire star Jussie Smollett in Chicago in the revealing era of Uber receipts and security cameras.

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Neil Humphreys On Noise Pollution In Singapore
Jason and Neil yearn for the old days of quieter, personal audio devices as portable speakers and boom boxes cause unpleasant noise pollution in Singapore's public areas, including park connectors.

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16 Feb 2019
Neil Humphreys On U.S. Extreme Cold
With the United States suffering record cold weather this winter as temperatures dropped lower than Antarctica, Neil Humpheys and Jason share personal stories about surviving sub-zero life in the Northern Hemisphere.

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Neil Humphreys On Death Of World Cup Hero Gordon Banks
Author Neil Humphreys and Jason discuss the legacy of England's 1966 World Cup hero Gordon Banks. The iconic goalkeeper died just weeks before he was due to receive a knighthood for his services to football..

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Neil Humphreys On Singapore Green Spaces
While parks and connectors are helping fulfill Singapore's City in a Garden charter, author Neil Humphreys argues that green spaces in urban areas like Buangkok are equally important.

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Neil Humphreys On Conviction Of Mexico's 'El Chapo'
In our crime mysteries' segment, Jason and Neil Humphreys discuss the brazen escapes of the Mexican drug lord known as 'El Chapo', who has finally been brought to justice in the United States.

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Brian Harris & Neil Humphreys On One-Hit Wonders
Toni Basil, The Knack and The Buggles are among the most famous one-hit wonders. But what tops the list as Songland Records' Brian Harris, author Neil Humpheys and Jason cast their votes in our Pop Culture segment?

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9 Feb 2019
25th Anniversary Of Four Weddings/Love Is All Around
Neil Humphreys and Jason reflect nostalgically on their London days to mark the 25th anniversary of Four Weddings and a Funeral, and its accompanying song, with plans in place for a mini-sequel for charity.

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Neil Humphreys On Crocodile Threat From Queensland Floods
Queensland's devastating floods have washed dangerous wildlife like crocodiles and snakes into suburban streets, prompting Neil Humphreys and Jason to marvel at the Aussies' resilience amidst adversity.

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Teacher's Pet Cold Murder Case Update With Neil Humphreys
With Jason's former PE teacher Chris Dawson free on bail ahead of trial for the 'Teacher's Pet' murder case in Australia, Neil Humphreys discusses how Dawson's third wife has stood by him, despite the serious allegations.

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Weekends: Neil Humphreys On The Financial Fight Over Plane Crash Footballer Sala
The discovery of the body of Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala after a plane crash is just the beginning of the grisly news about the Premier League recruit, says Neil Humphreys, as a fight begins over paying his transfer fee.

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Neil Humphreys On Actor Albert Finney's Death
Albert Finney, who died at the age of 82, inspired a generation of British actors, says author Neil Humphreys. Neil recalls his interview with the co-star of Erin Brockovich, which earned him an Oscar nomination.

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Neil Humphreys On Ann Siang Hill In Beautiful Places
With the start of the Year of the Pig, author Neil Humphreys signs the spotlight on Ann Siang Hill, near Chinatown, in our Beautiful Places segment.

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Neil Humphreys 'Don't Call Me Mr. John'
Neil and Jason, who share the same middle name, lament that they are almost always called 'Mr John' in their dealings in Singapore because of the confusion over their identities.

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2 Feb 2019
Neil Humphreys On Spurs Boss Pochettino's Modest Ambitions
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino says that finishing fourth in the Premier League to earn more money is more important than winning trophies, but author Neil Humphreys disagrees in our Beautiful Game segment.

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Neil Humphreys On Singapore's Bicentennial Celebrations
With year-long celebrations underway to mark Singapore's bicentennial, author Neil Humphreys joins Jason to discuss whether the arrival of Sir Stamford Raffles should mark the birth of Singapore or not.

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Neil Humphreys On Revamped Victoria Concert Hall
The Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall was reopened in 2014 after extensive refurbishment. Author Neil Humphreys says the historical building is the focal point of one of Singapore's most attractive enclaves.

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Neil Humphreys On Arrest Of Candy Floss Grandmother
In their Crime Mysteries segment, Neil Humphreys and Jason discuss the Atlanta grandmother who's taking legal action after being jailed for three months when authorities mistakenly ruled that the candy floss in her vehicle was an illegal drug.

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Ex-Record Rep Brian Harris & Neil Humphreys On Singer Paul Young
Known for his blue-eyed Soul from the 1980s, Paul Young has put personal setbacks behind him to plan more concerts for 2019. Songland Records' Brian Harris and author Neil Humphreys join Jason to discuss the British crooner's lasting appeal.

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26 Jan 2019
Beautiful Places With Neil Humphreys - Changi Beach Park
In our Beautiful Game segment, Neil Humphreys tells Glenn van Zutphen about his surprising connection to David Beckham and Singapore's business tycoon Peter Lim and how Becks and Lim are making a positive, but controversial change in an English town.

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Singapore's Circular Road
Circular Road in Singapore has a long and storied history; some good stories and some not so much. Listen as Neil Humphreys and Glenn van Zutphen talk about how the controversial lane has changed over the years and where it may be headed next.

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Beautiful Game With Neil Humphreys - David Beckham & Peter Lim
If you're looking to get away from the heat and pace of the city, venture out to Changi Beach Park on the far north-east side of the island. Neil Humphreys tells Glenn van Zutphen that you might be surprised at the historical significance of this off-beat destination.

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19 Jan 2019
Beautiful Places With Neil Humphreys - Gardens By The Bay East
Neil Humphreys takes Glenn van Zutphen on a journey to Gardens by the Bay East on our "Beautiful Places" segment.

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Murder Mystery With Neil Humphreys - Katherine Knight
Neil Humphreys talks about mass murder Katherine Knight with Glenn van Zutphen in our "Murder Mystery" segment.

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12 Jan 2019:
The Latest Troubles Of Wayne Rooney
The New Paper’s Neil Humphreys talks with Glenn van Zutphen about the latest troubles facing football star Wayne Rooney in the US with his arrest last month in Washington DC.

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The Botanic Gardens Is One Of Neil Humphreys’ Beautiful Places
The New Paper’s Neil Humphreys talks with Glenn van Zutphen in our Beautiful Places segment about Singapore’s Botanic Gardens and the new 8ha Gallop Extension.

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The Controversy Swirling Around Bohemian Rhapsody
Glenn van Zutphen talks with The New Paper’s Neil Humphreys about the simmering controversy over the film Bohemian Rhapsody's star Rami Malek and how Freddy Mercury is portrayed.

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5 Jan 2019:
Neil Humphreys On Beautiful Places - Singapore MRT And Meeting TV Stars
Neil takes a humorous look at the state of Singapore's MRT when compared with the London and NYC subways and shares his journey with his family to the Big Apple over the year-end holiday including meeting TV stars and real people. What will his mom do next?

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8 Dec 2018:
Neil Humphreys On David Villa's Japan Move
Neil weighs in after David Villa joins fellow World Cup winners Andres Iniesta and Lukas Podolski at Vissel Kobe as Japan takes over from China and India as the preferred destination for ageing superstars.

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Neil Humphreys On Busy Changi Airport Over XMAS Period
As the festive period approaches, author Neil Humphreys says his travels to other nations makes him extra grateful in for efficient Changi Airport, which features in our Beautiful Places' segment.

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Neil Humphreys' 20th Book, A Royal Pain In The Class
Neil Humphreys explains how a walk through a Singapore MRT station with his daughter was the inspiration behind his 20th book, A Royal Pain In The Class, released in time for Christmas.

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Neil Humphreys On Best And Worst XMAS Songs
Neil and Jason go through their favourite and most disliked Christmas songs while agreeing that good music makes the festive season memorable.

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1 Dec 2018:
Beautiful Game: Ballon d’Or preview
Croatia and Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric would be a worthy winner of football's Ballon d'Or for 2018 ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the The New Paper columnist Neil Humphreys.

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Beautiful Places: Orchard Road Christmas decorations
Some church leaders aren't happy with the Disney Christmas decorations on Orchard Road, but author Neil Humphreys says it's a much-needed attraction for the country's premier shopping destination.

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Jason's Former PE Teacher Charged With Murder
Jason's former PE teacher Chris Dawson has been charged with murder, almost 37 years after the disappearance of his wife in Sydney in Australia's most famous cold case.

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24 Nov 2018:
Aussie Murder Mystery With Jason & Neil
Jason and Neil discuss one of Australia's most fascinating cold cases surrounding the 1982 disappearance of Lyn Dawson, wife of Jason's former P.E. teacher Chris Dawson, which is now the subject of a 27-million downloaded podcast.

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Neil Humphreys On Whitney Houston
Neil and Jason share personal stories and discuss the incredible talent -- and sad demise -- of American pop icon Whitney Houston, the subject of an in-depth profile on Netflix.

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Bukit Timah Hill In Neil Humphreys' Beautiful Places
The highest point on the island, Bukit Timah hill has environmental and historical significance to Singapore. It is also where author Neil Humphreys almost lost his life, as he explains in our Beautiful Places segment.

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3 Nov 2018:
Sting On World Tour With Shaggy
With Sting on a world tour with Shaggy, Jason and Neil discuss the career of the former Police frontman, sharing personal stories about his most iconic songs. They also discuss why he fell out with his former band members.

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