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Celebrate 50th Earth Day with National Geographic’s two World Premieres on 22 April

Although 2020 kicked off quite unusual for everyone, Earth Day will be celebrating its 50th anniversary on April 22. To commemorate the 2020 Earth Day, National Geographic is releasing two World Premieres specials, PHOTO ARK: RAREST CREATURES and JANE GOODALL: THE HOPE. The two specials will be focusing to inspire love for our amazing planet and its animal inhabitants.

PHOTO ARK: RAREST CREATURES will be premiering on Wednesday, 22 April, at SIN/HK 8pm (JKT/TH 7pm). The one hour show will focus on National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore on his quest to photograph some of the rarest animals in the world.

Right after that is the two-hour documentary special JANE GOODALL: THE HOPE which air at SIN/HK 9pm (JKT/TH 8pm). The documentary will go hrough the incredible chapters of Dr. Goodall’s famous journey, highlighting her four decades of advocacy work for animal welfare and conservation, and her message of hope for future generations. 

Both shows will premiere on National Geographic channels across Southeast Asia in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

CountryPHOTO ARK:RAREST CREATURESJANE GOODALL:
THE HOPE
Channel number
Hong Kong20:0021:00NOW: CH 215 SD + CH 218 HDI Cable: CH 702
Singapore20:0021:00SINGTEL: CH 201STARHUB: CH 411
Malaysia20:0021:00ASTRO: CH 571 SD + CH 551 HDUnifi TV: CH 508 HD
Philippines20:0021:00CIGNAL: CH 141 SD + CH 240 HDSKYCABLE: CH 41 SD + CH 195 HD 
Indonesia19:0020:00MNC Vision: CH 202 SD, 450 HDFirst Media: CH 110 SD, CH 361 HDTrans Vision: CH 250 HDIndihome: CH 201 SD, CH 920 HD
Thailand19:0020:00True Visions: CH558AIS Playbox: CH500TOTipTV: CH510 (TH), CH511 (Eng)
Vietnam20:0021:00SCTV: CH 2 Analog, CH 64 SD, CH 225 HDVTVCAB: CH 136 HDK+: CH 82 HD, CH 83 SDHTVC: CH 55 HDAVG: CH 52 DTTFPT: CH 50

Following the Earth Day programming, National Geographic magazine’s April issue is also timed to Earth Day and explores broad issues affecting the planet today. It is the magazine’s first-ever flip issue, as two mini-magazines take an optimistic and a pessimistic vision of 2070. The issue can be found online at natgeo.com/earthday and on newsstands now. 

If you need more more information on National Geographic content, kindly visit natgeotv.com or nationalgeographic.com. Stay safe and enjoy the show.

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