Get Social Flyer_finalIn Get Social, kids plunge headfirst into the world of social work. Armed with big hearts, the kids will take over adults’ roles in charity work. Every episode they work with different charitable organisations, get to know them better, and take on the challenge of completing a task that will serve existing needs at the organisation.

Join them in this new series as our social warriors embark on an exciting journey where they will learn valuable skills and give back to society at the same time!

Get Social
Premieres 24 Oct
Airs Every Saturday
12:30 PM
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Mission S Change was praised by Lianhe Zaobao entertainment correspondent Hong Men Yan! He complimented the show’s concept, script, production value and overall standards. He also described what touched him about the programme. Thank you Men Yan for your high praise!

The last episode of Mission S Change airs Tonight, 8:00 PM on StarHub E City Channel 825.

8 Days’ reviewers Douglas, Sarah and Cheryl seem to have enjoyed our travelogue with Ah Boys Tosh and Weiliang – but gave Tosh’s less than perfect Mandarin a Boo!

Don’t know what they’re talking about? Catch Mission S-Change every Tuesday 8 PM on StarHub’s E City Channels 111 & 825. Only 2 episodes left so don’t miss out!

 

Tosh and Weiliang from the blockbusting “Ah Boys to Men” undertake their most challenging mission yet! They journey across China with nothing in their backpacks – but Singaporean products! At every stop, they must trade these products for a hot meal or a night’s shelter. Their final aim is to celebrate SG50 – with Singaporean students in Beijing! Will our Ah Boys make it in time?

Find out on Mission S Change – Premiering 23 June, and airs every Tuesday from 8 PM on StarHub E City Ch 825!

 

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Our episode on May-December relationships on “Mars VS Venus” received a BRAVO in this week’s 8 Days magazine!

The talk show, hosted by DJs Cruz Teng and Siau Jiahui, didn’t bother being PC about the topic, making explicit references to hunks like Desmond Tan as “fresh meat” and posing blunt questions (“Do you think he is making use of you?” and “Is it because you’re desperate?”) Wow… Imagine our surprise when guests Rosalyn Lee, Ann Kok and Patricia Mok gamely answered these burning questions.

Thanks for the thumbs-up, 8 Days! The talk show about perceived differences in opinions between the genders airs Mondays 9 PM on MediaCorp Channel U.