Max Lloyd joins TMVC as Supervising Producer

TMVC welcomes Max Lloyd as Supervising Producer. Max hails from Sydney and his illustrious credits include Project Runway, Masterchef, Celebrity Apprentice, and My Camp Rocks 2 for channels like Nat Geo, Crime & Investigation, ABC, Channel 9, and more. Max will be overseeing our factual programming.

Go Around the World With Voyager!

Join photographer Scott Woodward on AROUND THE WORLD WITH VOYAGER as he explores Asia’s cities through its notable personalities.

Travelling on the John Walker & Sons Voyager, Scott will meet and film the region’s leading gamechangers.

Covering Taipei, Hong Kong, Manila, Jodhpur and Hanoi, Scott will explore the lives and milestones of these remarkable Asian icons in each city.

On THE HISTORY CHANNEL ASIA.

Mon / Wed / Sat @ 11pm (10pm Jkt & Thai)

Visit voyager.historyasia.com

Junkie Monastery nominated for 4 Asian TV Awards!

After winning a Banff Rockie, JUNKIE MONASTERY gets 4 nominations at the 2012 Asian TV Awards – for Best Direction, Best Editing, Best Social Awareness and Best Info-Education show.

Co-produced by The Biography Channel / AETN All Asia Networks & The Moving Visuals Co. We await the results on 6 Dec 2012!

History meets Adventure on Memento SG!

History meets adventure on MEMENTO SINGAPORE! Join our resident history sleuth Tan Kheng Hua as she hunts down and relives nostalgic everyday objects, iconic to our island’s growing up years!

Milo! Lam Soon soap! Hero fountain pens!  Tikam-tikam, the grandfather of modern arcade games!  And more…

Watch Kheng unearth their whereabouts and the intriguing stories behind them!  Among the many mysteries: was there ever a conspiracy to prevent you from winning big on the tikam-tikam?  Which beauty product was linked to a dead girl in Pulau Ubin?

Catch MEMENTO SINGAPORE every Wednesday 10 pm on Okto.  For those who missed the season premiere, catch it here with other episodes on Xin MSN for a limited time.

Kids Discover Dream Jobs on Today I Am

Every child has a dream. From wanting to be the next Picasso to looking after elephants at the zoo, or even inspiring new generations of students as a teacher, the possibilities are endless.

But…how much do they really know about these professions?

In ”Today I Am”, kids will have the chance to discover more and experience their dream jobs firsthand!

Every Sunday at 10am, from 1 July

MediaCorp TV 8