Philippine Agenda

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Philippine Agenda
Gma philagenda.jpg
Genre News, current affairs
Created by GMA Network
Developed by GMA News and Public Affairs
Starring Jessica Soho
Mike Enriquez
Mel Tiangco
Arnold Clavio
Vicky Morales
Country of origin Philippines
Production
Running time 1 hour
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run 25 March 200713 May 2007
External links
Official website

Philippine Agenda is an eight-part news and public affairs program of GMA Network about the 2007 Philippine elections hosted by five most respected journalists of GMA Network. They are Jessica Soho, Mel Tiangco, Vicky Morales, Mike Enriquez and Arnold Clavio. Each episode will tackle on key issues that the Philippines faces. [1]

Contents

Issues tackled

Image Issue Original Airdate Host Episode #
No Screenshot.png Education March 25, 2007 Jessica Soho 1
Jessica Soho discusses the deteriorating system of education in the Philippines.
No Screenshot.png Healthcare April 1, 2007 Arnold Clavio 2
Arnold Clavio examines the healthcare system in the country. [2]
No Screenshot.png Corruption April 8, 2007 Mike Enriquez 3
Mike Enriquez investigates the widespread corruption in the government. Philippine Agenda finds several anomalous projects in different parts of the country. [3]
No Screenshot.png Housing April 15, 2007 Mel Tiangco 4
Mel Tiangco discusses the problems of housing in the Philippines and what are the long term plan of the government that will address to this issue. [4]
No Screenshot.png Jobs April 22, 2007 Vicky Morales 5
Vicky Morales analyzes why most Filipinos prefer to work to other countries than in the Philippines and why do most people are still unemployed. [5]
No Screenshot.png Hunger April 29, 2007 Mike Enriquez 6
Mike Enriquez tackles the effects of undernourishment and the issues surrounding Hunger. [6]
No Screenshot.png Crime and Justice May 6, 2007 Arnold Clavio 7
Arnold Clavio investigates how the government handles the situation of criminality and justice in the country and the issues surrounding the judicial system. [7]
No Screenshot.png Electoral reform May 13, 2007 Jessica Soho 8
Jessica Soho examines how the electoral process works in the Philippines. [8]

References

  1. ^ GMANews.tv. 'Philippine Agenda' spotlights issues in May polls, airs Sunday (English). Retrieved on March 24, 2007.
  2. ^ GMANews.tv. Philippine Agenda: Health issues May 14 bets must face (English). Retrieved on March 31, 2007.
  3. ^ GMANews.tv. Corruption (English). Retrieved on April 6, 2007.
  4. ^ GMANews.tv. Philippine Agenda: Housing (English). Retrieved on April 10, 2007.
  5. ^ GMANews.tv. Philippine Agenda: Jobs (English). Retrieved on April 22, 2007.
  6. ^ GMANews.tv. Philippine Agenda: Hunger (English). Retrieved on April 26, 2007.
  7. ^ GMANews.tv. Philippine Agenda: Crime (English). Retrieved on May 6, 2007.
  8. ^ GMANews.tv. Philippine Agenda: Electoral Reform (English). Retrieved on May 10, 2007.

See also


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