TV shows to promote junta's achievements

TV shows to promote junta's achievements

SEVERAL television and radio programmes will be launched to disseminate the government's achievements in laying the foundations for national reform, helping farmers and tackling economic problems, government spokesman Yongyuth Mayalarp said yesterday.

They are:"Thai Khu Fah" - a one-minute radio programme airing every Monday to Sunday during the 7am morning news on FM 92.5 and every station linked to the station.

"The Wellbeing of the People" - a three-minute television programme airing every Monday, Wednesday and Friday after the Royal news on NBT.

"TheWellbeing of the People", a five-minute radio programme, will air every Monday to Friday.

"Open Mind Thai Khufah" - a 25-minute programme airing every Thursday from 9.30pm on NBT channel.

"The Spokesman Report" - a five-minute English-language programme airing Monday to Sunday during the 7pm evening news, with a repeat show during the 7am morning news on FM 88 and other English-language radio stations.

In addition, the government's newsletter will be published every 15 days and distributed to people in the capital and provinces. The first issue will be launched on April 17.

Also, "Thailand's Future" will air on NBT from 9am to 9.30am from April 27-May 1, with deputy prime ministers set to talk about the government's achievements.

"Return Happiness to the People", hosted by Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha, will continue to be broadcast every Friday. On the programme the PM talks about the government's works and achievements.

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