"The Bottomline" sits down with UP Manila Political Science Asst. Prof. Cleve Arguelles, sociologist Erwin Rafael, and DLSU International Studies chair Ron Vilog to discuss their take on House's decision to give the CHR a meager P1,000 budget for 2018. They also talk about Pres. Rodrigo Duterte's declaration of a National Day of Protest in the country on September 21 to commemorate the 45th anniversary of the 1972 martial law declaration, and weigh in on whether there is a possibility for Duterte to declare a nationwide martial rule. The program also hears their expert opinions on the proposed abolition of the PCGG. Finally, they delve deeper into the issues concerning the consecutive teenage killings in the country, and the alleged corruption in the BOC.
To make ends meet, Carlita (Karla Estrada) and Bigboy (Bayani Agbayani) run a small eatery in a baranggay full of quirky residents. Follow the adventures and misadventures of the couple as they prove that laughter is still the best medicine.
"Salamat Dok" tackles the health complications of and treatments to persons with diabetes. Integrative medicine specialist and wellness expert Dr. Sonny Viloria discusses the benefits of acai berry in preventing and treating diabetes. The program features a study differentiating the effects of eating sweet and fatty foods, and talks about the bacteria and viruses found in the usual things that people use every day. The program also looks into the death of UST law student Horacio Castillo III after being paddle-beaten in an alleged fraternity hazing incident.
"Swak na Swak" features the House of Unicorns café in Marikina City. The program introduces Landbank's Gawad Pitak awardees for 2017. Parenting Emporium co-founder Beng Feliciano talks about the importance of childbirth preparation in "Parenting 101." The program also presents the story of MX3 food supplement user Bea De Mesa, and the benefits of detox cleansing. Finally, the program wraps up its feature on the Nurture Wellness Village in Tagaytay City.
"Matanglawin" explores the Black Island in Busuanga, Palawan. The program introduces the Nido soup, which is made of balinsasayaw's nest. Kim Atienza goes deep underwater and reveals trivia and early beliefs about sea cows. The mesmerizing view of flying huge bats caps off Kuya Kim's journey.
"Failon Ngayon" looks into the growing overseas job opportunities for Filipinos. POEA and TESDA officials discuss the requirements needed and the safety precautions the public should know when applying for jobs abroad. The program also looks into Muntinlupa City Rep. Rozzano Rufino Biazon's proposed body cam bill, which seeks to install body cameras on police officers to document their operations amid recent cases of alleged police abuse. Finally, the program learns from a Teach for the Philippines officer about the training they provide to non-education majors who want to teach.
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“Kusina” (The Kitchen) is the silent witness to the life and love of Juanita. The kitchen is her sanctuary, the place where she creates dishes for her family, her friends, even enemies and strangers. Through cooking, she gets to know the people around her, and in return, reveal herself to them.
Follow the adventures and misadventures of a group of middle-aged male friends–-Berto (Herbert Bautista), the cable guy; Mando (Dennis Padilla), the billiards player; Mulong (Long Mejia), the driver; Julio (Ogie Alcasid), the all-around singer; and Andoy (Andrew) the ‘religious.’ The five are gathered to do a simple task of delivering an expensive gown to their rich friend’s mansion. However, a series of hilarious mishaps puts them and their task in jeopardy.
Set during the Philippine-American war, Heneral Luna follows the life of General Antonio Luna (John Arcilla), a short tempered general, as he tries to lead his countrymen against colonial masters new and old, and to rise above their own raging disputes to fulfill the promise of the Philippine Revolution.
When Cedric (Daniel Padilla) and his friends accidentally visit the funeral set up by Leni (Kathryn Bernardo), they break one superstitious belief after another…including the “pagpag”, where one cannot go straight home from a funeral. True enough, it seems that Cedric and Leni have brought home with them a vengeful ghost. Cedric and Leni are forced find a way to stop Roman’s vengeful attacks. But as they struggle to succeed, more deaths happen and they seem to be running out of options to save their family and friends. Will Cedric and Leni be able to save themselves from the evil that they have unleashed?
LIVE GAME SCHED (MNL):Sept. 20, WED, 2PM (NU vs UST), 4PM (ADU vs DLSU); Sept. 23, SAT, 2PM (UST vs FEU), 4PM (DLSU vs UP); Sept. 24, SUN, 2PM (UE vs ADMU), 4PM (NU vs ADU) *Schedule may change without prior notice
Live Game Schedule (MNL): Sept. 19, TUE, 2PM (EAC vs JRU), 4PM (AU vs CSJL); Sept. 21, THU, 2PM (UPHSD vs LPU), 4PM (SSC-R vs CSB); Sept. 22, FRI, 12NN (JRU vs SBC), 2PM (EAC vs AU), 4PM (MU vs CSJL) *only seniors games available and schedule may change without prior notice.
Four sons all suspects in the murder of their father will go against the odds and each other to prove that they are "The Good Son". Catch the premiere telecast same time in the Philippines via simulcast streaming with TFC APAC on September 25, 9:10PM (MNL).