Yoon will be among the 8TV hosts who will be performing at the 8TV Chinese Carnival 2008 Mini Concert, airing live on 8TV tomorrow at 5pm.
THE 8TV Chinese Carnival 2008 Mini Concert will be aired live from Berjaya Times Square Boulevard, Kuala Lumpur, tomorrow at 5pm. Join your favourite Chinese celebrities and 8TV hosts in the hour-long concert as they celebrate the Mooncake Festival.
Among them are John, Henley, Danny Wan, Orange, Wu Jia Hui, Jet Yi, popular 8TV hosts Gary Yap (8 E-News), Natalie (8 E-News & Go Travel), Ping Ping & Jeffrey (8 Style), Dylan (Double, Triple or Nothing), Rickman, MeiSim, Ken, Orange (Go-Go-Go!), Yoon & Phirence (Ho Chak!) and Desmond (Unveil The Truth). Madonna Hard Candy TV Special (8TV, tomorrow, 10.30am) will feature snippets of interviews with and video clips of the popular diva. Sports fans can catch the delayed telecast of the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix race over RTM2 on Sunday at 12.30am. A new programme on parenting – Headstart – debuts tomorrow over ntv7 at 2pm. Those who didn’t have the chance to watch Ramadan special cookshow The 30-Minute Chef and also Hell’s Kitchen Served Raw can watch the programmes over ntv7 on Sunday at 4.30pm and 10.45pm respectively. Local teen movie Kami, will hit the cinemas nationwide on the first day of Hari Raya. Catch The Making of … Kami on Sunday over ntv7 (1.35pm) for a look behind-the-scenes. Full of retro songs by some of the nation’s talented indie bands, the film features Syarul Ezany and Liyana Jasmay as the main cast.
Bollygood Time On 2 (RTM2, 12.30pm) – Speed
Sanjay, an undercover MI5 agent, receives a CD which contains the recording of his kidnapped wife, Urmila, and is asked to follow instructions to ensure his wife’s safety. He realises that he is being used as a weapon to assassinate the Prime Minister of India who is visiting London. Starring Zayed Khan, Urmila Matondkar and Aashish Chaudhary.
Saturday Nite Special (RTM2, 9pm) – Die Hard 2
In their bid to rescue a drug lord, a team of terrorists have seized control of an airport. They have jammed all electrical equipment even the runway lights. The only one who can solve this is in the airport. John McClane, has to act fast as the planes are running low on fuel. Starring Bruce Willis, Bonnie Bedelia and William Atherton.
Panggung Sabtu (TV3, 2pm) – Eklavaya
For nine generations, Eklavaya’s family has protected Devigarh, a centuries-old citadel in Rajasthan. But there’s unrest as peasants are coming under attack because of the king’s brother. Starring Amitabh Bachchan, Saif Ali Khan, Sanjay Dutt and Jackie Shroff.
TV3 Cinema (TV3, 12.30am) – The Rocketeer
Young pilot Cliff Secord stumbles on a top secret rocket-pack and with the help of his mechanic and mentor, Peevee, he attempts to save his girlfriend and stop the Nazis as The Rocketeer. Straight from the pages of a pulp comic, this film recreates Hollywood in the 1930s, complete with gangsters, Nazi spies at the height of the Age of Aviation. Starring Bill Campbell, Jennifer Connelly, Alan Arkin, Timothy Dalton and Paul Sorvino.
Hong Movie Saturday (ntv7, 11.50pm) – Sad Movie
Ha-Seok has been unemployed for three years and his girlfriend wants to break off with him. To win her back, Ha-Seok sets up a “separation agency”. Can he save his own relationship by advising other people on how to prevent break-ups? Starring Tae Hyun Cha and Woo Sung Jung.
Chinese Movie (8TV, 8.30pm) – The Lion Roars
The story, set in the Sung Dynasty, is about Liu, a skilled, strong-willed woman and her chance encounter with Chen, a smart and handsome poet. Liu and Chen fall in love but they encounter many obstacles. Starring Cecilia Cheung and Louis Koo.
Sunday Day Time Special (RTM2, 3pm) – Baltic Storm
A journalist with a leading German television magazine in Berlin is trying to get a scoop on a military black market arms deal. Starring Greta Scacchi, Jurgen Prochnow and Donald Sutherland.
New Straits Times