Tomorrow, GMA Davao airs Byaheng DO30, the newest magazine show that trains the spotlight on the most-talked about city in the country this year, Davao.
At the helm of the show is Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte, The show takes a closer look at the projects and programs of Davao City under her watch, with each episode giving viewers access to the process of accomplishing her administration’s goals for Dabawenyos.
The new TV show is a spinoff of “Byaheng Du30”—the 30-day caravan composed of 30 volunteers organized by Mayor Inday and her mother, Elizabeth Zimmerman Duterte. The caravan was utilized during the campaign for the candidacy of now President Rodrigo Duterte.
Byaheng DO30 also sees the return of Mayor Inday as a Kapuso. The incumbent mayor was one of the segments hosts of GMA Davao morning program Una Ka Bai.
“I am happy to be back here in GMA and to work on a project that I have started months ago,” shares Mayor Inday. “This time, with Byaheng DO30, we wish to show our programs and plans for Davao and the Dabawenyos—how we intend to bring basic services to the communities through our projects and how we hope to bring development and meaningful change to the lives of the people and to our entire city.”
GMA Regional TV Department Officer-in-Charge Oliver Amoroso also expressed his excitement over this reunion. “Mayor Inday has been a loyal Kapuso ever since. We are glad that she is back via Byaheng DO30. GMA will support any endeavor that promotes the best in and of the regions, especially Davao, to all Filipinos and we believe that this show perfectly complements this goal,” he says.
“We are all excited of this new program since this will further put Davao on the map as one of the premier hubs in the country,” says GMA Davao Station Manager.
The latest Kapuso show will capture the 30 major projects and programs Mayor Inday intends to accomplish in three years—thus, DO30. All these projects and programs respond to the 10 priority sectors, which include poverty alleviation; infrastructure development; solid waste management; health; education; agriculture; tourism; transportation planning and traffic management; peace and order; and disaster risk and mitigation.
Furthermore, Byaheng DO30 will give the public updates on the activities of various city departments. The program will also highlight and explain the ordinances of the Davao City council led by Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte.
A window to the City of Davao, Byaheng DO30 will provide viewers a glimpse of some of the note-worthy places, products, and industries that have contributed to the local economic growth, bringing fame and pride to Dabawenyos in the process.
Mayor Inday will also feature exceptional individuals who have made an impact in the local community to become sources of inspiration among Dabawenyos.
Byaheng DO30 kicks off its adventures at 8 a.m. tomorrow and will air every Sunday thereafter on GMA Davao.
It’s going to be an extraordinary celebration today as Day Off goes to Thailand for its 11th anniversary special.
Kicking off the special anniversary celebration, Day Off gives a family getaway to an exemplary and hardworking female Filipino English teacher in Thailand.
Eunice Novio-Cordova has been teaching for six years at Vongchavalitkul University in Korat, Thailand. Apart from being an English teacher, she is also a university researcher, writer, and part of a non-government organization helping other OFWs. With all these workloads, Eunice still longs for something—to fulfill her motherhood duties. As hard as it seems, her goal of giving a good future to her daughter Kitty makes her strive even harder.
Since Eunice can’t attend her daughter Kitty’s 18th birthday in the Philippines, a combined advance Christmas and birthday celebration on a Grand River cruise will be given to the hard-working mom. How will she react when she sees her daughter in person?
Together with Dasuri Choi, Eunice and Kitty will visit Thailand’s biggest tourist destinations such as the Wat Pho Temple, the Wat Inn Temple, the floating market, and the elephant village.
Meanwhile, Kapuso actress Janine Gutierrez will be the one doing Eunice’s duty for the day. She’ll try the traditional and virtual teaching methods used in Thailand in teaching Eunice’s students. Will her charm and teaching skills be enough for the Thai pupils?
Believe in the magic of Christmas on the 11th Anniversary Special of Day Off, 6:15 p.m. on GMA News TV today.
Do you miss your BFF now that Christmas is just around the corner?
BFFs Alice Dixson and Maricel Laxa visit the Songbird today. Regine Velasquez-Alcasid can’t help but be on a throwback mode with her chatty neighbors that will lead to “laglagan and bukingan.”
If you’re wondering what you would serve your guests on Christmas Eve’s Noche Buena, Regine has an idea. Just watch Sarap Diva today before Eat Bulaga on GMA 7.
For this today’s continuing ‘Yummy’ episode, Gandang Ricky Reyes Todo na Toh (GRR TNT), gives us mouth-watering season.
Christmas in the Philippines is never without the yummy bibingka and puto bumbong, which is associated with Simbang Gabi that began yesterday.
Check out Kuya Jun’s Bakeshop which makes parol cakes with different designs and flavors.
The Du30 Cabinet Spouses Association in partnership with the Metro Manila Mayor’s Spouses Foundation launches 4R Home (Reform, Recharge, Re-educate, Re-integrate) Program, for Filipino indigent drug dependents that voluntarily surrendered and cannot afford rehab center fees. 4R Home will help them go through reformation to become productive citizens again.
Meanwhile, hair problems will be solved in all Gandang Ricky Reyes Salons with the following treatments: Regold for kinky hairs, SoftWave for dull hair and natural wigs for hair loss.
Pursue your passion in beauty, learn from the best and enroll at the Ricky Reyes Learning Institute (RRLI) with branches in Manila, Cubao, Anonas and Fairview.
All these and more, 9 to 10 a.m. today with host Ricky Reyes in GRR TNT on GMA News TV.
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