Top-notch GMA Public Affairs shows now on earlier time slot via 'GTV Reality'

Published October 24, 2021, 7:20 AM

by Manila Bulletin Entertainment

Top-notch GMA Public Affairs shows now on earlier time slot via ‘GTV Reality’



GMA Public Affairs brings its world-class branding of Serbisyong Totoo closer to both the young and young-at-heart with its latest programming strip “GTV Reality” airing weekdays at 10:30 a.m. beginning Oct. 25 on GTV.



From heart-warming and inspiring stories to significant issues that need investigating, GTV Reality makes some of GMA’s multi-awarded and flagship public affairs shows available to GTV audience, now on an earlier time slot.



Start the week on positive vibes every Monday with Stories of Hope featuring inspiring and hopeful stories of people, riveting tales of struggles and triumphs, and how they ultimately find ways to overcome seemingly insurmountable adversities. Launched earlier this year, Stories of Hope aims to highlight the Filipino resilience, grit, determination and hard work.

On Tuesdays, Oscar Oida and Mav Gonzales continue to celebrate life’s cherished moments caught on camera in the docu-magazine show On Record. Since it started airing this February, On Record has provided heartwarming and inspirational content that has touched the lives of the people it featured—and the viewers’ hearts.

Every Wednesday, award-winning broadcast journalist Pia Arcangel tells the stories of people from all walks of life in the docu-reality program Tunay na Buhay. From celebrities to prominent personalities and ordinary individuals, Pia sits down with them and in turn makes their stories known to a wider audience so that more people can learn and be inspired from their experience. This year, Tunay na Buhay is celebrating its decade of being on air.

Also moving to an earlier time slot is Reporter’s Notebook, which now airs on GTV every Thursday. Hosted by veteran journalists Maki Pulido and Jun Veneracion, the multi-awarded investigative program brings significant issues to the attention of the public. Now on its 16th year, Reporter’s Notebook remains one of the country’s highly acclaimed public affairs shows, with many of its featured stories given more attention by the authorities after its airing. The show recently earned its ninth World Medal from New York Festivals after winning the Bronze Medal this year for its “Mga Sugat ni Miguel” episode.

Capping off the week on a high note is Good News Kasama si Vicky Morales. Every Friday, GMA News pillar Vicky Morales makes sure viewers have all the positive vibes they need to wrap the week up and kick off the weekend. Joining Vicky are the show’s segment hosts Maey Bautista and Love Añover. Together, these women of substance spread positivity with their features on food, travel, and social experiments. Good News also turned 10 this year.

Catch Serbisyong Totoo and good vibes for all ages via “GTV Reality,” Monday to Friday at 10:30 a.m. before Balitanghali, starting Oct. 25 on GTV.

GTV’s programs also air abroad via the Network’s international channels GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Life TV, and GMA News TV. For more details, visit GTV’s official social media accounts @GTVPhilippines on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tiktok.

 
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