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SGExplained

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Rovik Robert & Elliot Tan

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SGExplained follows Rovik & Elliot, two regular Singaporeans trying to understand how Singapore is what it is. We explore institutions, histories, events and phenomena in Singapore and get into the details of it all. You'll see Singapore like you never have before. Also, SUBSCRIBE to our Substack to get bonus content right in your email! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sg-explained/support
 
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Sgeul is Seanchas

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Sgeul is Seanchas

Scottish Storytelling Forum

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Fàilte do ar pod-craoladh ùr, Sgeul is Seanchas, far an cluinnear measgachadh de sgeulachdan traidiseanta, eachdraidheil is èibhinn anns a' Ghàidhlig bho chuid de na seanchaidhean is bàrd as fheàrr ann an Alba. Bu toil le Fòram Sgeulachdan na h-Alba taing a thoirt do Chomhairle nan Leabhraichean agus Bòrd na Gàidhlig airson an taic agus maoineachadh airson a’ phròiseact seo. Riochdaire agus Deasaiche: Mark Gallie Preasantair: Ruairidh Greumach Deasaiche: Fiona NicDhùghaill Pròiseact taic: Mi ...
 
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Hi Evers and Nevers! In this episode, Sam and Gale discuss the 27th chapter of The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani entitled Promises Unkept (or Unkempt, if you so prefer). Over the course of the episode, Sam and Gale go on various tangents ranging from Harry Potter (Dumbledore comics linked below) to unsolicited (but honestly pretty good…
 
Giving doesn’t stay static. As things change and more innovations become available, giving changes with it, and that’s true for the upcoming year too. Today, you’ll be hearing about some of the changes and giving and how social good organizations and donors are affected. Sonia Nigam, Co-founder and CEO of Change, and Amar Shah, Co-founder and Presi…
 
What do you know about cybersecurity? You’re probably aware that it’s a threat, but if you don’t know what cybersecurity threats entail or how to increase your own security, how can you really protect yourself or your organization? Listen in to this BBCon excerpt to learn about some of the basics of cybersecurity, including what the risks and threa…
 
Trends in giving and donor retention are an important topic in the fundraising landscape, and at this time of year, it’s a good idea to take a look at what’s been happening in the fundraising world. Looking closely at giving and donor retention now with help you get a handle on end-of-the-year giving and some clarity about what will be coming in th…
 
Are you dealing with problems in your organizations and wondering why you can’t solve them, or why you can’t solve them in a lasting way? Listen in to this excerpt from bbcon 2021 Virtual, where Sarah Beauregard, Senior Process Engineer at Blackbaud, discusses root cause analysis. Topics Discussed in This Episode: Why some solutions to business pro…
 
Hello Evers and Nevers! In this episode, join Sam and Gale as they discuss BAD SHIPS: A YA Dance Spectacular (https://youtu.be/K37X8gyTtSg). This episode unites various fandoms, but beware- spoilies are rife throughout! Discussion subject matter includes good good ships, good bad ships, and heated debates on the validity of both. 🐐 💕🚢 💔🛳 Email the …
 
What do social good organizations need to know about corporate philanthropy? In today’s episode, you’ll hear from Julia Beltran, partnership specialist from Double the Donation, to learn more about corporate giving programs and how to promote them. Listen to the episode to hear what Julia has to say about common types of corporate philanthropy, dat…
 
Another 20 episodes down and we've reached the end of Season 4! Elliot and Rovik reflect on the journey, covering the edgier theme of the season, starting from our Channel News Asia feature on Secret Societies and ending full circle with our episode on Ah Bengs and Ah Lians, bolstered by episodes on Prostitution, Snakes and Prison (among others) al…
 
Volunteering is changing. Many volunteer opportunities went virtual because of the pandemic, and like other types of work, it may never look exactly like it did in a pre-pandemic world. So what does volunteering look like now? What resources are there for professionals in this space who want to learn more about how volunteering has changed and how …
 
The Australians have their bogans, the British have their chavs and here in Singapore, we have the Ah Bengs and Ah Lians. What makes up this oft caricatured subculture? We chat with content creator Jeremiah Chen from Tropic Monsters TV about what inspires his hilarious sketches on these characters and learn more about how it adds to our Singaporean…
 
Is donor retention different when the donor is acquired online? In this episode, you’ll learn more about ways to improve donor retention for online-acquired donors. Joining the podcast today is Rachel Clemens, Chief Marketing Officer of Mighty Citizen. Listen to today’s conversation to learn what Rachel thinks about building relationships between d…
 
Our first Ghosts in Singapore episode all the way back in Season 1 was a hit with you so we've come back with Part 2 of the Ghost Story collection - hopefully your Halloween is enriched by Elliot and Rovik narrating some of the spookiest tales on the web. In this episode, we look at the stories of: The Bukit Timah Monkey Man and the trail he has le…
 
The newest Blackbaud Luminate Online® Benchmark Report provides unique insight to online fundraising during its meteoric rise in 2020. Learn more about the shift to email engagement, how one-time online giving changed nonprofit revenue composition, and the steady march of sustainer donors. Joining the podcast today are report analysts Mike Snusz, R…
 
Hello Evers and Nevers! In this episode, Sam and Gale discuss the twenty sixth chapter of “The School for Good and Evil” by Soman Chainani, titled “The Circus of Talents.” Topics include spurting black sap, Tedros’ tanning routine, and undone laces of a (certain) royal blue shirt. 👕🐰👑 Also, a very important knock. Email the show at sgewithsandg@gma…
 
Pamelia Chia from Singapore Noodles comes onto our show this episode to discuss Heritage Food with us. It is a topic that is novel and complicated only because Singapore is an immigrant nation and we are starting to see a new wave of food evolution with influences from Japanese and European styles. In this lively conversation, we: Discuss what exac…
 
We are now just a little more than a month from GivingTuesday is getting closer all the time, you don’t need to stress if your organization hasn’t yet developed its plan. Today, Blackbaud’s GivingTuesday experts Matt Connell and Jackie Zimmerman join the podcast to talk about the value of Giving Tuesday, how organizations can start planning now for…
 
Keeping to our season's theme of focusing on the edgier sides of Singapore, we look at our prison system where those who have fallen through the cracks or gone astray have to serve their time. It is also an opportunity for them to be rehabilitated and to get a chance to reintegrate back into society as contributing members. Of course, these are eas…
 
Sikhs are known as a minority within a minority in Singapore, and yet they have an outsized influence on our identity in Singapore. Join us as we chat with Shaun Sarabjeet Singh, President of the Young Sikh Association, to learn about the history of the Sikh community in Singapore as well as how it integrates into the wider community. In this episo…
 
Digital communications have become ever more important over the last year and a half, and visual storytelling is a critical part of an effective strategy. Visual images help supporters visualize and understand what the organizations are doing, and how their contributions make a difference. That's why today we are bringing back an ever relevant epis…
 
Katong is to Elliot what Holland Village is to Rovik - a comfortable yet exciting neighbourhood where there are lifestyle options and great food. Join us for our next neighbourhood deep dive as we explore the peculiarities of this part of Singapore including: Debating whether the town is named Holland Village because of random-man Hugh Holland or b…
 
How can finance and fundraising departments better work with each other? Why does it matter? Often, these disparate personalities find that working together feels chaotic, but it doesn’t need to be that way. In today’s episode, you’ll hear some ideas about how finance and development can build connections and better work together to support the mis…
 
Singaporeans have a mixed set of feelings when it comes to the Merlion - on one hand, it is an increasingly globally recognised icon and a major tourist attraction, and on the other hand, it is a reminder that one of Singapore's biggest symbols comes not from a mythos but from a logo design. Join us this episode as Elliot and Rovik spend this short…
 
Here's another fringe culture you don't really think about when you consider Singapore but Skate Culture has endured its own challenges to find its place in our cultural tapestry. Hear Elliot reminisce his days picking up the skill and get a peek into a strong community-driven sport. In this episode, we Learn about the skateboarding ban of 1978 and…
 
What's going on at Marina Bay Financial Centre and why is Singapore home to so many "Finance Bros and Brodettes"? In this episode, we're excited to have Reggie Koh from The Financial Coconut Podcast as a guest to chat with us about what really makes Singapore a Finance Hub! We make the jargon simplified so you don't have to wonder what asset manage…
 
Today, improving ESG (environmental, social, and governance) performance is no longer optional. People want to work for companies that are helping to change the world, consumers are making purchasing decisions based on how brands are solving social problems and addressing climate change and investors consider companies that are ESG laggards to be h…
 
What's going on in Yishun? As part of our neighbourhood exploration series, SGExplained takes a deeper look at why Yishun has gotten a reputation as the place where "weird things happen" in Singapore. We find out there may be more hype than substance going on here. Join us in this short episode as we look at: Funny adventures that have occurred in …
 
What impact has COVID-19 and the racial justice movement had on corporate social responsibility (CSR)? The Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals (ACCP) partnered with Rocket Social Impact to research just that. Join Carolyn Berkowitz, President and CEO of ACCP, on today’s episode to learn all about it and what motivated their research.…
 
Federal grants complicate the budgeting process. You have to consider a lot of different scenarios, and you don’t have any room for error. In today’s episode, you’ll hear from Stacy Fitzsimmons and learn more about budgeting for Community Health Centers when grants are part of the picture. Listen in to learn about where to start with your budget, w…
 
You can identify the iconic Nasi Lemak, both by its aromatic coconut scent as well as its unique pyramid-shaped banana leaf packaging. Just coconut rice, sambal chilli and ikan bilis in a parcel, this delightful dish is a big part of Singapore food culture! Join us in this episode as we: Learn about the hilarious alleged origin story of the name Na…
 
What is corporate purpose? What are the current rules for corporate purpose? And why do we need to redefine them? In today’s interview with Judy Samuelson, Founder and Executive Director of the Aspen Business and Society Program, you’ll learn about her new book, The Six New Rules of Business, and why she’s been on a mission to disrupt economist Mil…
 
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