We all know Jagger, and Bowie, and even Gene Simmons... but ever wonder about a rockstar's life in the East?
Spanish-Filipino musician Tirso Ripoll burst onto the Asian music scene in the early 1990s with the iconic rock group Razorback.
27 years later - Tirso is a businessman, a father, and still rocking with his band.
He says there is a way to do it all. Hear more in this super animated conversation.
2017 was a year of change and transition for many people - among them, our host veteran journalist Marga Ortigas.
In this podcast EXTRA, Marga starts us off on a new season of ABOUT THAT by looking back at the top things she's learned from our podcast guests so far.
What are your top take-aways?
She's a world-renowned designer from Turkey who expresses herself through fashion and design - within a very special context.
An artist with leather, lace, lights and 3D printing, Arzu Kaprol has been called both "futuristic" and "architectural".
Her work is not just a magical reflection of her rich heritage, but also her spirituality.
Listen in as we catch up with Arzu...and you won't see clothing in quite the same way again.
More and more people are travelling alone. And they're not just young men with backpacks, or veteran travellers. A growing number of them are women. Many are executives from Asia, and in their 40s. What's the appeal?
Marga, Tanya, and Karla are reunited to discuss the pitfalls and pleasures of solo travel.
What does your skin tell people about you? Do you have a tattoo? Are you part of a gang? You might answer no -- and be wrong.
For over 20 years, Marianne Diaz has been helping gang members like herself make a fresh start. Hear her story of transformation, and maybe see the world a little differently.
Sometimes, one person can change your life.
More and more people are having kids later in life. In the UK, birth rates of women in their 40s have risen to a higher level than that of women aged under 20 for the first time since 1947. (Source: ONS)
In this episode, we have an honest discussion with international TV journalist Divya Gopalan about the joys and pains of being a first-time mom in her 40s, while maintaining a high-pressure job.