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  • Rediscover Suzhou Industrial Park

    Twenty years ago – a bold new development took shape in the city of Suzhou. Twenty years on, we round up a few of Singapore’s most talented young designers, chefs and entrepreneurs to embark on a journey of discovery to experience the entrepreneurial spirit and cultural vibrancy that makes Suzhou Industrial Park special. Explore the charms of SIP in this 4-part series.

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  • Get Rea!

    A Channel NewsAsia flagship programme, Get Rea! returns for a 13th season. This award-winning programme take a fresh look at old issues, and a hard look at life and living in Singapore. What are the issues that bug you? And what are those that move you? What would you change, if you could? Get Rea! has met Singaporeans from all walks of life- students who double up as escorts, old people abandoned by their children, teens who rather fight than study, and families stigmatized because of a crime committed by one of them. On this show, you will meet ordinary Singaporeans with less than ordinary stories, and re-visit Singapore with new eyes.

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  • Perspectives, a discussion programme involving a panel of leading thinkers who will discuss the impact of key global events on you and me. Reframing and refocusing your worldview.

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  • 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.

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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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    • Every Wednesday
    • 'LIVE' at 8:00 PM
    • Simulcast on 938LIVE
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    ‘Talking Point’ is a LIVE one-hour talk show discussing the hottest issues affecting Singaporeans. Tweet us @telltp. Call us @ 66910028 during the show.

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  • Insight

    Every week, our team of producers will serve up compelling arguments and insights on topical issues of the day. What's on the menu are topics or concerns that have set the region talking; of changing trends and news events with impact in Asia and beyond.

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  • On The Red Dot

    On the Red Dot is a weekly current affairs magazine programme that focuses on the little red dot we call home. The show seeks to showcase the people and the communities that make up Singapore. It also seeks to highlight efforts by different groups of Singaporeans who make a difference to people’s lives. We are shown at 9pm on Wednesday on Channel 5 and 10:30pm on Sunday on Channel NewsAsia.

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    • Every Saturday
    • 7:30pm
    • 12:30am
    • Every Sunday
    • 1:00pm
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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

Budget 2014

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

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.

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 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

A compilation of Channel NewsAsia's documentaries.

First Look Asia

First Look Asia is a 3-hour breakfast programme that combines all the latest in world, business and sports news with lifestyle topics. We scour the Internet to find out what’s trending online and review regional dailies to see how they’re covering issues pertinent to Asia. Each day, we have a special segment covering food, travel, technology, cars, property and health – all the things that matter. Wake up with us – every morning 6am - 9am Sg/HK.

Footprints

“Footprints” is a four-part documentary series that brings to life the story of Singapore’s dynamic early communities and neighbourhoods.

Future Forward

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.

Get Rea!

A Channel NewsAsia flagship programme, Get Rea! returns for a 13th season. This award-winning programme take a fresh look at old issues, and a hard look at life and living in Singapore. What are the issues that bug you? And what are those that move you? What would you change, if you could? Get Rea! has met Singaporeans from all walks of life- students who double up as escorts, old people abandoned by their children, teens who rather fight than study, and families stigmatized because of a crime committed by one of them. On this show, you will meet ordinary Singaporeans with less than ordinary stories, and re-visit Singapore with new eyes.

Inside Indonesia with Dr Farish

Against the backdrop of crucial elections, scholar Dr Farish Noor goes on a personal journey from Aceh in the west to Sulawesi in the east. He examines politics, culture, religion, history and the environment. His goal is to go beyond the headlines and present a more multidimensional picture of this massive country.