In reality-TV series ‘Throwback: Balik Kampong’, 3 Singaporean families go back in time to live like our grandparents did – without running water, gas, electricity, or telecommunications! Besides having basic survival, the Awads, Tans and Azimullahs will compete against each other in a series of tough challenges.

Through our Families’ journies, THROWBACK: BALIK KAMPONG re-visits and pays tribute to our Singapore forefathers’ pioneering spirit, and celebrates their resilience amidst those early years of uncertainty.

Who will win? That’s up to YOU – download the ToggleNow app to vote for who you think should be the King of the Kampong!

Throwback: Balik Kampong Premieres 8 Mar, and airs every Sunday from 9:30 pm on MediaCorp 5 and Toggle.



How far would you go to feel and look good? From Thailand to Korea, CANTIK DETEKTIF is a travel documentary series that looks at unusual beauty treatments across Asia. Airing every Thursday @ 8.30 pm on SURIA and Premiering tonight 19 Feb! This marks our first Malay production so tune in! Additionally, follow Host Huda Ali’s journeys across Asia on Instagram on #cantikdetektif!

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Season 3 of Vintage Hunter returns in style on the first day of the Chinese New Year! Watch Dominic Johnson-Hill traverse Sri Lanka, Singapore, Taiwan, Myanmar, Rajasthan and Shanghai in his vintage adventures. Premieres Tonight 19 Feb, and every Thursday night from 10 pm on okto, or catch up on

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Noon News (2065): Minister for Ministry of National Development, Tan Xiao Jun, has announced his decision to tear down the 156 years old Lau Pa Sat in 30 days’ time. The parcel of land in Shenton Way will be redeveloped as a space exploration base to further enhance Singapore’s position in this industry.

Upon hearing the news, 10-year-old Zhen Zhen becomes worried for the fate of Lau Pa Sat. But a crazy idea hits her – she’s going to activate Professor Time’s time machine and travel 50 years back to 2015 with her best friend Xi Xi and the Professor! With any luck, they’ll find the 10-year-old Tan Xiao Jun, change his views on tradition and vanishing trades, and save Lau Pa Sat from being destroyed in 2065! Can they change history and preserve Singapore’s heritage? Find out on We Are From 2065!

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In Denise Likes the Arts, the adventurous, multi-talented Denise Tan (Dim Sum Dollies, Gold 90 FM) is on a mission to promote a variety of art forms. These include Theatre, Bhangra Dance, Circus, Music, Chinese Opera, Installation Art, Contemporary Dance, and Puppetry. With the help of the modern phenomenon of social media, Denise will be meeting the virtuosos behind the various arts and promoting them to the people of Singapore.

Join this innovative and outrageous new series and watch Denise be put under pressure to gather as many friends as she can to pull off a public performance – all within 48 hours!