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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Nov 19, 2011

Richard Gutierrez host a Timely Docu About our Natural Resources

RICHARD GUTIERREZ is happy and thankful over the consistently high ratings of “Survivor Philippines Celebrity Doubles Showdown”. His hosting skills have gotten better and he delivers all his spiels more authoritatively, which is as it should be especially now that the new batch of castaways are turning to be real “pasaways” who’re always complaining. “I really have to be tough and firm kasi mauubusan ka ng pasensiya sa iba sa kanila,” he says.  In a related story, the executives of survivor are impressed with the Palawan Island.  

Yesterday, Richard was the guest host in “Manny Many Prizes” after Manny Pacquiao decided to prolong his stay in the U.S. This noon, he’ll co-host “Party Pilipinas” and tonight, he’ll also host an environmental special, “Oras Na”, which warns everyone it’s time to conserve our resources that are in danger of being exhausted due to abuse. Experts predict that the country’s virgin forests will be wiped out in 2025 and there’ll be a shortage of clean water. By 2030, fossil fuels that power cities and industries will decline. GMA News and Public Affairs presents its biggest environmental project in “Oras Na” as Richard takes us to places where there is significant evidence to suggest that time may indeed be running out for the resources that provide our most basic needs. An ambitious project that took many months in the making, “Oras Na” illustrates what we should do to combat our planet’s further degradation, tonight at 10:15 on GMA-7.