Today’s must-listen: Commentator Aya Jangkam Bulan offers great advice to those who are hungering for political change in Sarawak. He even has a special one for Rumah Ranggong villagers, who were threatened by 100 armed thugs brought in by an oil palm company in February 2011.
From Balingian, a caller explains a year-old blockade against a coastal road project that offered the affected villagers pittance in compensation, while another villager talks about how a coal mine has brought them no benefit but only environmental and health hazards.
NCR defender Paul Rajah answers to the three BN leaders who took umbrage at his remarks about the lack of development in Kanowit.
We hear again from Baram Protection Action Committee’s Phillip Jau, who updates us on the second day of the historic green walk from Kuantan to Kuala Lumpur, where he and 12 other indigenous Sarawakians are walking the talk with peninsular environmental activists.
Piasau state assembly representative Alan Ling explains the ethnic Indians’ 25-year demand for a temple in Miri.
Having introduced himself yesterday, Willie Mongin, PKR’s potential candidate for Mambong, shares with us the issues facing his constituency.