We’re in the last leg of 2019! What’re your plans for the holidays? How about snuggling up with some of our local favorites?
In for some action, with a hint of romance? Catch local drama The Good Fight, as Yichen (Rebecca Lim), Zheng Bin (Andie Chen) and Shu Ya (Paige Chua) seeks to restore glory to Yan Dongshan’s (Chen Tianwen) martial arts school.
Ever wonder what makes Singapore unique? Join host Deborah Emmanuel in Show Me The City as she uncovers the passions, lives and perspectives of unique individuals who call our little red dot home.
On the topic of passion, read the heartwarming story of Mr Sim Kah Lim, a beacon of hope for all with mental illness, thanks to his sister and his art.
And with New Year just around the corner, maybe it’s time to pen down some resolutions for 2020!
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The Good Fight
Yichen (Rebecca Lim), Zheng Bin (Andie Chen) and Shu Ya (Paige Chua) are all raring to put up a good fight to restore glory to Yan Dongshan’s (Chen Tianwen) martial arts school. (Chinese, with English subtitles)
Old is Gold - The Bliss Keeper
Tensions rise among Xinxin, Eliz and Ping Pong as new living arrangements and the mysterious reappearance of a long-lost relative spells trouble for their friendship. (Chinese, with English subtitles)
Gitanjali is about to uncover the hidden language of her soul. Crossing paths with passionate dancers, their lives begin to unfold like a dance as the next stage awaits. (Tamil, with English subtitles)
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Singaporeans reminded to ensure passports are stamped correctly at Malaysian immigration
Heading to Malaysia during the school holidays? Do check that your passports are stamped correctly.
Life on the outside, after 35 years in a mental ward
Committed to the IMH for schizophrenia when he was 15, Sim Kah Lim is out now, thanks to his sister and his art. He is now a beacon of hope for all with mental illness.
They used to race for money. Now, man and horse help heal the human spirit
No longer wanted as race, polo or riding mounts, these horses found a home at EQUAL - where ex-jockeys like Shamri show them how to provide therapy to folks in need
See the world through new eyes with real life stories
As Singapore commemorates its bicentennial journey, we look at four small but important communities that have long helped make up our vibrant mosaic - Arabs, Parsis, Jews and Armenians.
Show Me The City
What makes us truly Singaporean? Join host Deborah Emmanuel as she uncovers the passions, lives and perspectives of unique individuals who call this little red dot home.
Let your young ones learn and enjoy from carefully curated edutainment programmes and popular cartoons.
Make It Count S2
Living in a world filled with numbers, join Joakim and Charlotte as they go on an adventure each week to discover the many ways that Maths make it count in our lives.
Keep your ears peeled with our latest podcasts!
Self-Awareness Through Strengths Podcast
Be inspired to live out your true calling with Yvonne Grace Low, one of Asia’s first Gallup-Certified Strengths Coaches, as she motivates us to discover our hidden strengths.
HEAR IT HERE
Mr. Kiasu returns with his latest adventure! Stepping back in time, he comes face to face with historical legends of Singapore, and makes history for himself too.
HEAR IT HERE
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