Television Malta programs schedule will from tomorrow see the introduction of new transmissions that will replace other programs with the aim of giving the public more television programs to enjoy.
‘Kaxxa Daqq’ will be transmitted at 11.25am instead of ‘Ħu Brejk’. This program is also intended as a children’s show, spread on 20 episodes and presented by Glen Vella. ‘Kaxxa Daqq’ will deal with a number of musical instruments, while Luke and Marilyn will join Glenn to encourage children to involve themselves in painting and crafts.
Also from tomorrow, three transmissions on mouth and tooth care, produced by Telehealth. ‘Il-Kura tas-Snien’, is also intended for children and will be transmitted on Monday, Wednesday and Fridayat 11am on TVM. ‘Is-Saħħa u l-Kura tal-Ħalq’, earmarked for elderly persons is transmitted on the same days at 6.20pm on TVM2. ‘Pass Pass Lejn Ħalq b’Saħħtu’ is transmitted on TVM2 at 6.20pm on Thursdays and is intended to adults.
As to TV plays, instead of ‘Issa Naraw’ at 3pm the drama ‘It-Tmien Nota’, a TV series from PBS archives will be transmitted with 13 episodes.