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Cheche Lazaro Presents: Palibhasa Babae Probes Tough Women on Gov't Offices

Posted on February 28, 2014 | 5:30 PM

Veteran broadcast journalist Che Che Lazaro puts the spotlight on four tough Filipinas in the government— Chief Justice Lourdes Sereno, Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales, Justice Secretary Leila de Lima, and Internal Revenue Chief Kim Henares— this Sunday (Mar 2) in  “Cheche Lazaro Presents: Palibhasa Babae” in celebration of the International Women’s Month.

Cheche Lazaro Presents: Palibhasa Babae

All strong-willed lawyers, the four have been earning praises, as well as criticisms for the decisions and judgment calls they have made in their respective offices.

In a sit-down one-on-one interview with Lazaro, Sereno, Morales, de Lima, and Henares share the burdens that comes with their very demanding jobs, the challenges they currently face, and their plans for their respective offices.

Sereno explains why being called a dissenting minority chief justice does not bother her. Morales shows how she instills discipline in the Office of the Ombudsman, while De Lima talks about keeping her independence while being an alter ego of the president. Henares, who has been tirelessly filing tax evasion cases in court, confirms the rumor about how she turned down a request for assistance by a relative of her husband.

The documentary outlines what they need, want to achieve, and how they are coping in the game of people’s perception.

Compared to women in other countries, Filipinas have always enjoyed greater freedom and equal rights with men. They have raised families, managed businesses, served government agencies, and at some point in Philippine history, run the country. While women have always been generally described as vulnerable, the Filipina is also seen as strong, resilient, and able to take on roles often assigned to men.

A must-watch for every Filipino, “Cheche Lazaro Presents: Palibhasa Babae” is not an ordinary story about gender, but a story of a nation revolving under the yoke of corruption and mismanagement, and how four women are trying to address the situation with the help of an enlightened citizenry.

Don’t miss “Cheche Lazaro Presents: Palibahasa Babae” this Sunday (Mar 2), after “Gandang Gabi Vice” on ABS-CBN’s Sunday’s Best.

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Robi Domingo Explores Hokkaido, Japan in Special Documentary (Feb 23)

Posted on February 19, 2014 | 1:03 PM

Kapamilya host and TV personality Robi Domingo takes viewers to the winter wonderland of Hokkaido, Japan to see what it has to offer in “Lakwatsero sa Hokkaido,” a special documentary that airs this Sunday (Feb 23) on ABS-CBN’s Sunday’s Best.

Robi Domingo Explores Hokkaido, Japan in Special Documentary (Feb 23)

Hokkaido is known to be cosmopolitan yet very close to nature. Yet, very few Filipinos have been to Japan’s northernmost island, and fewer still – only about 1,200 – are actually staying there.  Thus, “Lakwatsero” will introduce Hokkaido as a place waiting to be discovered and worth exploring.

Join Robi as he enjoys the powder snow, tries smelt fishing in the frozen waters of Lake Shinotsu, and braves the winds to climb and have his picture taken on Mt. Asahidake, Hokkaido’s highest peak. 

Also, watch Robi as he learns to snowboard in one of Hokkaido’s popular ski resorts and savors the freshest seafood, finest lamb dishes, and of course, Japan’s favorite comfort food, ramen.

Don’t miss Robi Domingo’s Hokkaido adventure this Sunday (Feb 23) on ABS-CBN Sunday’s Best, after “Gandang Gabi Vice.”  

“Lakwatsero sa Hokkaido” is a co-production of ABS-CBN Integrated News and Japan’s Sapporo-Hokkaido Contents Strategy Organization (SHOCS).

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Disasters Similar to Yolanda Possible Because of Climate Change; Cheche Lazaro Probes in 'Panahon Na'

Posted on January 10, 2014 | 9:05 PM

Broadcast journalist Cheche Lazaro probes the vulnerability of the Philippines to climate change and natural disasters in “Cheche Lazaro Presents: Panahon Na” this Sunday (January 12).

Cheche Lazaro Presents: "Panahon Na"

When typhoon Ondoy flooded Metro Manila and neighboring provinces in 2009, people were caught off-guard by what officials called a ‘storm in a hundred years.’ But within a span of a week, typhoon Pepeng lashed at the northern part of Luzon. 

The succeeding extreme weather events, not to mention flood-inducing monsoons, just became more intense – Sendong in 2011, Pablo in 2012, and the world’s strongest tropical storm Yolanda just last November.

Because of climate change, weather experts and scientists warn of more apocalyptic disasters that will hit the country similar to typhoon Yolanda. They also claim that the Philippines, the third most vulnerable country to climate change, is more likely to experience the wrath of Mother Earth than any other country in the world.

Cheche interviews scientists, experts, and disaster-reduction managers in the two-hour documentary to identify, assess, and explain the vulnerabilities of various areas in the country. They also discuss what Filipinos can do to prepare and lessen the consequences of climate change.

Don’t miss the initial offering of “Cheche Lazaro Presents” in 2014 this Sunday (January 12), after “Gandang Gabi Vice” on ABS-CBN’s Sunday’s Best.

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Atom Araullo 'Yolanda' Documentary, Never-Before-Seen Footage Airs Dec 22 on Sunday's Best

Posted on December 19, 2013 | 7:17 PM

Broadcast journalist Atom Araullo recounts his harrowing experience during the onslaught of the world’s strongest tropical storm Yolanda that hit Visayas in a special documentary titled “Yolanda” airing this Sunday (December 22) on ABS-CBN.

Atom Araullo braved Typhoon Yolanda

“We were there when the storm was happening, when typhoon Yolanda was kicking. We could see the water rising then we imagined thousands of people getting trapped in their houses,” Atom recalled during his interview in Lynda Jumilla’s program on ANC “Beyond Politics.”

He also described the devastating aftermath of typhoon Yolanda as something that no one could have prepared for because of its incredible magnitude.

“The people were running around… You could hear people sobbing in the darkness, there was no power, there were dead bodies all around, survivors couldn’t get in touch with their loved ones,” he shared.

Aside from recalling his memorable coverage in Tacloban, Atom also shows never-before-seen video footage of the super typhoon’s initial onslaught and images from the crucial hours after the storm.

He also tells the different heartbreaking and inspiring stories of Yolanda victims that showcase the the strength of Filipinos and highlight how the rest of the world united to help the typhoon survivors.

Don’t miss the documentary “Yolanda” this Sunday (December 22), after “Gandang Gabi Vice” on ABS-CBN’s Sunday’s Best.

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Maya and Ser Chief Wedding Special Airs November 24 on ABS-CBN 'Sunday's Best'

Posted on November 22, 2013 | 10:17 PM

Be Careful With My Heart fans will surely be glued to their TV sets this Sunday (November 24) as ABS-CBN airs the TV special about the much talked about wedding of daytime TV’s most popular couple–Maya (Jodi Sta. Maria) and Ser Chief (Richard Yap). 

Maya and Ser Chief Wedding Special Airs November 24 on ABS-CBN 'Sunday's Best'

Titled “Our Fairytale Wedding: The Happy Ever After Begins,” the TV special will not only feature the top-rating wedding scenes, but also some never-before-scene footages of the wedding preparation, interviews with the people who are part of Maya-Ser Chief love story, exclusive sneak peek at the making of the wedding that touched the hearts of TV viewers worldwide, and the recently held after-wedding party graced by “Be Careful” fans who won the text promo and ABS-CBN executives led by its chairman Eugenio ‘Gabby’ Lopez III. 

Maya and Ser Chief Fairytale Wedding in Be Careful with My Heart

Don’t miss “Our Fairytale Wedding: The Happy Ever After Begins,” at 10:45 pm, on ABS-CBN’s “Sunday’s Best.” For more updates, log on to ABS-CBN.com, follow @becarefulheart on Twitter; and ‘like’ the show’s official Facebook fanpage at Facebook.com/becarefulwithmyheartofficial. 

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Who is the Mastermind in Ninoy Aquino Assassination? | ABS-CBN Digs via Documentary Airing August 25 on Sunday's Best

Posted on August 23, 2013 | 9:11 PM

ABS-CBN revisits the assassination of former Senator Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. via a documentary “Agosto Beinte-Uno: Ang Pagpatay kay Ninoy Aquino” airing this Sunday (August 25).

Narrated by the veteran actor Jaime Fabregas, the documentary presents a painstaking research including review of court documents and testimonies of witnesses, analysis on the evidences, and interviews.

Who is the Mastermind in Ninoy Aquino Assassination? | ABS-CBN Digs via Documentary Airing August 25 on Sunday's Best

Among the interviewees are Atty. Mario Bautista, lawyer of one of the accused in the case, forensic expert Raquel Fortun and former chief of Metrocom Intelligence Group Col. Octavio Alvarez.

It also seeks to sustain the historical significance of Aquino’s assassination as it recedes from memory of the many, specially the youth, nowadays.

Thirty years ago, on August 21, 1983, Ninoy, was allegedly shot by Rolando Galman and killed at Manila International Airport. The tragedy sparked to series of events and protests including the historic EDSA People Power Revolution, which ended former President Ferdinand Marcos’ dictatorship.

Though the assigned fact-finding commission concluded that the crime was carried out by a military conspiracy, and several people had convicted and jailed, the tragedy remains a mystery as doubts and speculations still exist until now.

Atty. Bautista questioned how did Galman manage to get his gun through airport security. “It was a .357 revolver. If you are an assassin, you’ll never use a huge type of gun,” Bautista insisted.

Aside from the gunshot, another set of questions arose as the autopsy showed a contusion in Ninoy’s skull. “I don’t know whether he was beaten or his head was hit by a blunt object,” Fortun said.

Who really killed or ordered to kill Ninoy? Who had the motive and power to do it? How did the crime happen despite a tight security?

Don’t miss “Agosto Beinte-Uno: Ang Pagpatay kay Ninoy Aquino” this Sunday (Agosto 25), after “Gandang Gabi Vice” on ABS-CBN’s Sunday’s Best.

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PBB Teens Ryan and Bing Boyce, Karen, Joj and Jai Embark on a Horror Adventure this October 28

Posted on October 26, 2012 | 5:09 PM

Pinoy Big Brother” teen housemates Karen, Ryan, Joj, Jai, and Bing go on a road trip from Manila to Baguio to visit sites that are said to be haunted by ghosts and other creatures of the night in ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs’ special Halloween documentary “Takutan Tayo, Kaya Mo?” this Sunday (Oct 28).

PBB Teens Karen, Ryan, Joj, Jai, and Bing  on a special Halloween documentary 'Takutan Tayo, Kaya Mo?' this October 28 on ABS-CBN Sunday's Best

The country’s favorite teens go ghost-hunting in an old house in Sampaloc, Manilathat is believed to be haunted by the couple who first owned the property in 1937.

They will also prove if stories about headless priests, nuns, and marching Japanese soldiers can really be seen when darkness strikes in Pindangan Ruins in La Union.

On their way toBaguio, the teens will try their luck if they will see the white lady allegedly lurking along Loakan road. Rumor has it that a taxi driver went out of his mind when he had an encounter with the white lady.

Karen, Ryan, Joj, Jai, and Bing will also enter the creepy Diplomat Hotel and Teacher’s Camp, two of the most popular haunted locations in the country. Will the paranormal world make their presence felt to them? Will the teens be brave enough to go through the challenge?

Other than going ghost-hunting, the teens will also share real-life, goosebumping stories of those who have experienced the paranormal backed up with testimonies, dramatization, and historical context. Some of the stories were taken online via posts from netizens in the show’s official Facebook page.

Don’t miss the special Halloween documentary “Takutan Tayo, Kaya Mo?” this Sunday (Oct 28) on ABS-CBN’s Sunday’s Best.

For more Kapamilya updates follow/like BIDA KAPAMILYA on Twitter and Facebook.

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