|photo from daphne.ph|
I've known Ms. Daphne Osena-Paez for the longest time. Like you, I've watched her on several ABSCBN travel and lifestyle shows, F, Urban Zone, and tons more. She's a celebrity, yes, but she's very humble, family oriented (best Mom of her 3 girls!), a real stalwart of newborn health and a very hard working UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. She's one of the bloggers I look up to (even if she ain't updating the site for quite a while), you can say I like everything about her and meeting her a few years ago while covering events was a surreal moment for me (I'm a fan boy yes, a proud one at that!).
Well, two days ago (May 22) they just premiered a new show called Recreate over at One News Channel on CignalTV. It's a lifestyle-public affairs oriented show that features artists from different fields. It will also talk about creative structures, spaces, design and how these people continued to thrive during the pandemic. Ms. Daphne shares "We called the show Recreate to capture the spirit of the creativity that drives people, communities, and places to adapt to change. I'm very excited about this! I'm sure you'll love the stories of how artists, creators and thinkers have used their talents and interests to adapt to what's happening now and in the future."
The first episode featured artisans from Betis, Pampanga who has made an industry on wood carving. Furniture, religious images, and the people made the place famous for it - and their talents were just amazing! I've been in that same place, even the church was something people around the world would marvel about. The second one will highlight the new art deco icon in Manila (a theater) which has yet to be opened. The future episodes will involve internationally renowned designers and directors who have made strides even during the coronavirus epidemic.
Recreate shows at 6:30PM every Saturday only on One News Channel which can be seen on Cignal TV CH 250 HD and CH 8 SD. You can also see it on Cignal Play which you can download off Google Play. It'll be so good to hear from the artists themselves, and of course, who wouldn't love to see their work!