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FEATURED TV SHOWS

  • Don't Call Us Poor

    Don't Call Us Poor is a ground-breaking series on low-income families in Singapore. Over 4-months, 5-families in Bukit Merah invited cameras into their lives, allowing fly-on-the-wall access as they navigate the ups and downs of life on social assistance.

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  • Days of Disaster

    Days of Disaster is a five-part landmark series that charts momentous events that shaped modern Singapore. A plane hijacking, industrial catastrophe, hotel collapse, massive fire and crippling water crisis are all brought vividly to life with high quality drama reconstruction, CGI and exclusive eyewitness accounts – many told for the very first time.

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  • Campaign Nation

    Over the past 50 years, Singaporeans have seen over 200 national campaigns, and as we approach Singapore's 50th anniversary, Channel NewsAsia celebrates this unique facet of our national identity with a 2-part documentary series, Campaign Nation hosted by MediaCorp artiste, Tay Ping Hui.

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  • Raffles Revealed

    Raffles Revealed is a landmark series packed with adventure, intrigue, conflict and tragedy. Exploring the untold story of Sir Stamford Raffles, Dr Julian Davison follows his footsteps around the world. Examining Raffles' greatest achievements and darkest deeds, we uncover this extraordinary life.

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  • Undercover Asia S2

    Channel NewsAsia’s investigative series returns for a second season as we go undercover to expose the secret underbelly of Asia. Through one hour, in-depth documentaries, we explore stories of crime, violence and injustice. This season we hunt down pedophiles working in Cambodian orphanages, reveal the secret organ trade in the Philippines and expose monks behaving badly in Thailand. Find out the untold stories lurking within our own societies.

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  • We seek out big ideas on the future and fresh perspectives on moving forward. We look at global topics with a long term perspective and consider how Singapore is affected by changing trends. We discover what matters in this world of ours.

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  • Investor Insights

    Investor Insights delves into key economic/ market trends of the week from the eyes of regional investors, market gurus, fund managers, and business analysts. Interview-driven and mostly unscripted, the programme helps put the vast news flow gripping global financial markets into perspective.

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  • Spirits of Asia

    Could the world's largest ice wine production actually be in Asia? Join host, Paul Foster, TV presenter, actor and traveller, as he discovers the exciting scene of alcohol production and appreciation in the travelogue series, Spirits of Asia.

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  • We'll tell you how to make the most of your money but also why money is not an end in itself and connecting financial goals to your life goals is really what you should be doing. Of course we will also still continue to provide tips for investors, business ideas for businessmen and comments on the economy, markets, companies, financial products, and trends.

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    Get a taste of Japanese travel, food and culture on Japan Hour!

  • Join "Welcome 2 Taiwan" as we bring you on an exciting adventure ride to get a taste of travel, food and culture in one of the most diverse destinations in Asia – Taiwan.

BROWSE TV SHOWS

A Singaporean Abroad S2

A Singaporean Abroad Sr 2 is an 8-part series that explores Singapore heroes staying across the world. The challenge of working in an environment completely different from where they have grown up is no deterrent to their desire to effect change. 

Beyond Limits: 8 Singapore Women

Each week, we feature a woman who has trail-blaze to the top of her field. In docu-reality style, we follow our featured profile in a typical week of her life. Through this exhilarating journey with these power women, we derive insights of what drives them, and what has propelled them to become the remarkable people they are.

Budget 2014

A series of programmes relating to Singapore Budget 2014 after it is shared with the public on 21 February 2014.

Campaign Nation

Over the past 50 years, Singaporeans have seen over 200 national campaigns, and as we approach Singapore's 50th anniversary, Channel NewsAsia celebrates this unique facet of our national identity with a 2-part documentary series, Campaign Nation hosted by MediaCorp artiste, Tay Ping Hui.

Chasing Longevity

After chasing sleep and happiness, host Adrian Pang returns to Channel NewsAsia to chase longevity! He'll submit himself to experiments, he'll speak to ordinary folks who’ve been there, done that and are still going strong. All to shed some light on what happens we age and how we can do it better.

China Close-Up S2

Following in the wake of season one of China Close-Up, the second season gets up-close-and-personal to reveal more fascinating facets of life in China - her people, cultural peculiarities, the myriad communities within communities and social issues facing modern Chinese society.

Conversation With

Conversation With features an eccentric mix of personalities – from maverick lawmakers to innovators, who will not only allow us to get an insight about themselves but also the issues that will impact this region in the coming decades.

Days of Disaster

Days of Disaster is a five-part landmark series that charts momentous events that shaped modern Singapore. A plane hijacking, industrial catastrophe, hotel collapse, massive fire and crippling water crisis are all brought vividly to life with high quality drama reconstruction, CGI and exclusive eyewitness accounts – many told for the very first time.

Days of Rage

The darkest periods of Singapore’s history were when politics and race tore apart communities; when trade unions brought the economy to a standstill; where saboteurs were bent on making this country fail; and terrorism reared its ugly head. The days of rage were dark days then, but they also helped to strengthen the country’s core beliefs, and make it the nation it is today. This series brings to the fore events and challenges in Singapore’s history and the lessons learnt.

Documentaries / Specials

A compilation of Channel NewsAsia's documentaries.