In Our Humble Opinion (IOHO) is a no-bullshit socio-political podcast hosted by 4 hosts who come from very different backgrounds. The team is made up of a journalist, an actress and a finance director who will guide you through all the most interesting topics of the week. Their social and political commentary are a tasteful blend of both humour and earnestness.
Daisy Irani – Daisy is best known for appearing in the role of Daisy in the popular Singapore TV series Under One Roof. She became the executive producer for MediaCorp Studios English Entertainment Productions Division. Since 1 June 2007, she has been the head of MediaCorp TV12 Central Programming and Promotions as well as MediaCorp TV12 Creative Services Division. On 19 October 2008, Kids Central and Arts Central were merged to form Okto, while Vasantham Central became a full-fledged channel as MediaCorp Vasantham, occupying the original Central channel and effectively making the channel defunct. Today, Daisy is the Founder and Creative Director of Hum Theatre.
Gilbert Cheah – Gilbert Cheah is Managing Director of Catalyst Communications, a strategic brand consultancy specialising in the luxury and high net worth markets. The company’s clients include Tiffany, Chopard, Piaget, Vacheron Constantin, among others. He is also the founder of Healthzone Singapore, a health and wellness Facebook Page with some 10,000 followers. In 2019, he joined American Vogue as its SE Asian Ambassador, working on its newly-launched global initiative, the Vogue100, whose members are hand-picked by Vogue’s editors.
Chris Henson – He is a voice for the everyday man on social issues.
Chris had hosted and performed in an impressive and diverse range of events besides the usual corporate dinner & dances. He has also helped in the production and conceptualise toon of elaborate weddings, product & business launches, international concerts, CEO Meetings, family days, ministerial events, gala awards, charity drives and auctions, even SAF parades like Change of Command Parades and historical parades like the SAF Change of Colors Parade and the Change of Logo Parade. Chris had performed alongside international artistes like Sally Yeh and Tracy Huang, and he also had his own Elvis Presley impersonation show that made waves in the private events marketplace. His Elvis Show was also specially featured in Channel 8’s “City Beat” and Channel 5‘s “Things People Do” programmes respectively. He had also starred as a major supporting role actor for MediaCorp’s PCK Pte Ltd, Triple 9, The Donny Lee Show and Shiver series.