Here are three must-see Public Service Broadcast (PSB) shows this month.
By Priscilla Gan
1. Live Your Dream Season 2 (完成一个梦第2季)
No dream is too small for fervent dreamers.
To witness how people achieve their dreams, catch the inspirational second season of this popular series. Grab those tissues and share the tears of joy and laughter of the passionate individuals featured in the show.
The seven-episode series, with Chinese and English subtitles, will be hosted every Thursday on Straitstimes.com, zaobao.sg and asiaone.com from 28 June 2018 at 9pm.
Watch it here starting from the premiere date: http://www.zaobao.com.sg/video-series/live-your-dream-2
2. Fifty and Fabulous (五零高手) on Channel 8
They say life begins at 40, but for some folks, like the three lead characters in this series, it starts much later!
Fifty and Fabulous follows the story of three childhood friends who support each other through thick and thin – even as their outlook on life changes with age.
Whether you are young or old, this series is sure to touch your heart and make you think about growing old in a different light.
The series is already showing on Channel 8 from Monday to Friday, 9–10pm, until 6 July 2018.
For on-demand viewing, just remember to check out Toggle-It-First (TIF): https://tv.mewatch.sg/en/shows/fi/fifty-fabulous-tif/info
3. Nina Boboi episode from Young Creators Project on Toggle
Here's a throwback tale: A Eurasian kampong girl finds love despite the terrors of World War II.
It may sound like a cliché but this moving 19-minute episode will leave audiences contemplating with the idea of home, sacrifice and love beyond one’s own self.
Starring Bobby Tonelli, Nina Boboi is one of the 11 short films produced by final year students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Republic Polytechnic and Temasek Polytechnic under Mediacorp’s Young Creators Project.
Don't forget to check out the other fine works from the Young Creators Project.
1. Photos of Fifty and Fabulous including teaser image courtesy of Mediacorp.
2. Poster of Nina Bobo courtesy of Mediacorp Toggle.
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