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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 25, 2021



DAPHNE OSENA PAEZ started her career with ABS-CBN as a broadcaster in 1996 covering the presidential beat. 

She then became the weather girl for “The World Tonight” and also branched out into hosting like lifestyle show “F!”,  “Guide to Urban Living” and “Proudly Filipina”. 

Now, the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador has a new show on One News Channel (Cignal TV), “Recreate”, that premiered last May 22. A lifestyle-oriented public affairs show, it features artists from different fields as well as creative structures and spaces. 

“‘Recreate’ aims to show how master innovators are able to persevere in their work despite the challenging circumstances brought on by the global health crisis,” says Daphne. 

“The pandemic has definitely impacted our lives. We've all been affected and transformed somehow. I'm looking forward to telling the stories of how some artists, creators, and thinkers have used their talents and interests to adapt to the current and future situation.”

Why did she choose ‘Recreate’ as its title? 

“We called the show ‘Recreate’ to capture the spirit of the creativity that drives people, communities, and places to adapt to change. I'm very excited about this new show as it demonstrates how strong, creative and resilient we are as a people.”

The first episode revolved around a family of artisans from the furniture industry and how they were able to continue coming up with astonishingly carved pieces. 

Based in Betis, Pampanga, the family is known for their carpentry and wood carvings, and are also expanding their services while being faithful to the work they were originally known for.  

For its second episode, “Recreate” will also feature the comeback of a once grandiose national theater, which will be opening its doors in the near future, welcoming and adapting to the changes of the new era, as well. 

The show will be the first TV program to have an in-depth tour and feature of the said national theater, which is the Metropolitan Theatre. 

“Viewers can also expect to see success stories of other interesting personalities in the next episodes.” adds Daphne. 

“In the lineup are the stories of a multi-awarded architect known for designing luxurious homes in upscale communities in the Philippines, a director who mounted a hit web-series shot purely from the actors’ homes; a licensed environmental planner and landscape architect that promotes parks and open spaces; among other stories. 

"‘Recreate’ will inspire viewers and will be an avenue to show that these artisans can help motivate people to be as creative as they want to be even during the pandemic.”

As “Recreate” will show, embracing change is the way to move forward in the new normal. 

Join Daphne Oseña-Paez as she breathes life into the inspiring stories of local artists. 

Be a witness to how works of art could serve as powerful reminders of the beautiful possibilities the world can still experience on Recreate. It airs every Saturday at 6:30PM exclusively on One News Channel (Cignal TV CH 250 HD and CH 8 SD).