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‘iBilib’ makes learning at home more fun with fresh episodes

Join Kapuso TV personality and youth icon Chris Tiu today as he tries fun experiments and unravels bizarre facts in the world of science with brand-new episodes of GMA Network’s award-winning infotainment show iBilib

Following the suspension of television production amid the on-going pandemic, Chris is beyond ecstatic to be working again with his comedic co-hosts James and Roadfill of Moymoy Palaboy. He and the program convey their solidarity with frontliners by observing strict precautionary measures upon returning on set.

'iBilib' host Chris Tiu 
“I am very excited to go back to work to see my colleagues. This is the longest time we've been apart. The production team seems to be very vigilant and proactive in coming up with the new policies to prevent getting infected,” says Chris.

The Department of Science and Technology ambassador also believes that educational shows such as iBilib are much needed in times like these as great platforms for alternative learning and spreading awareness. “iBilib can certainly help during this COVID crisis by creating awareness and using science to educate people about the virus and tips on prevention,” says Chris.

From left: JK 'Dekdek' Giducos, Shaira Diaz, Chris Tiu, James Macasero
In today’s episode, Chris, James and Roadfill are joined by Shaira Diaz in trying out experiments from Street Genius, which viewers can follow at home. Meanwhile, Marian Rivera unveils lifehacks on how to keep the kitchen clean.

Special guest Marian Rivera
In an exclusive interview, Chris discovers how dance teacher and Philippine pole dancing pioneer Ed Aniel climbs, twists, and twirls on a metal pole.

Make Sunday mornings more exciting and educational with the fresh episodes of iBilib –- under the helm of esteemed director Rico Gutierrez – today at 9:35 a.m., and replays every Monday and Tuesday, 8:25 a.m., only on GMA Network. 

Topics: Chris Tiu , iBilib
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