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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.

May 23, 2014

GMA-7 Has New Formidable Programming Lineup For Their 4PM And 11PM Slots

STARTING THIS MONDAY, GMA Network will have changes in its afternoon and late-night programming with a formidable line-up of award-winning public affairs programs and documentaries.

The afternoon strip (4 to 4:30pm) kicks off with Arnold Clavio’s “Alisto” on Monday; bio-documentary “Tunay na Buhay,” hosted by Rhea Santos, on Tuesday; lifestyle show “Powerhouse,” led by Kara David, on Wednesday; and hard-hitting investigative program “Reporter’s Notebook,” bannered by Jiggy Manicad and Maki Pulido, on Thursday. Completing the week’s line-up is relationship advice program Love Hotline hosted by Jean Garcia, which originally aired on GMA News TV, on Friday.

Meanwhile, documentary programs take over the Kapuso Network’s late-night block (airing 11:30pm) with award-winning “Front Row” on Monday; Serial Killer Earth, featuring the most compelling footage from news and home video as well as interviews from eyewitness and survivors of natural disasters, on Tuesday; Human Planet, BBC’s breathtaking blockbuster natural history series celebrating the complex, profound and sometimes challenging relationship between humankind and nature, on Wednesday and Thursday.

All these programs and documentaries begin on May 26 on GMA-7.