This Female-Centric Local Talk Show Highlights Topics All Malaysian Women Can Relate To

The show covers topics like celebrating influential Malaysian women, dealing with sexual harassment, women's involvement in business, and more.

Cover image via TV3 (Provided to SAYS)

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Calling all ladies! There's a new talk show in town that's specially for all you amazing women out there.

Titled Women Talk, this female-centric, round table talk show aims to discuss current topics and issues with influential women from various fields. Hosted by Deborah Henry and Zoraya Vadillo, the programme will air on TV3 every Saturday at 5pm, as well as stream live on tonton.

Hosts Deborah Henry and Zoraya Vadillo

Image via TV3 (Provided to SAYS)

Consisting of 13 episodes in total, Women Talk features invited guests who will share their thoughts and provide information on current topics and issues pertaining to women

Some of the topics that will be covered include celebrating the victory of Malaysian women, dealing with sexual harassment, safe vaccination and booster shots for women and children, women's involvement in business, influential women figures in the political world, financial security, and screening for sexual predators around small children.

Last Saturday, 2 April, marked the first episode of the talk show, which highlighted the topic of celebrating the achievements of Malaysian women

The featured guests were Malaysian squash legend Datuk Nicol David, as well as Datuk Noor Farida Ariffin, the Malaysian representative for the United Nations in the Netherlands.

Throughout the 30-minute episode, Datuk Nicol David spoke about her various victories in the international squash arena, the extraordinary unmatched record that she set, and how she continues to inspire young people.

Meanwhile, Datuk Noor Farida Ariffin, a celebrated woman who speaks out on current issues and Malaysian political affairs, shared success stories that have impacted her life over her 36 years in the field of civil service.

Make sure to catch Women Talk every Saturday at 5pm on TV3 and tonton!

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