(Sri Sankara TV, Mondays to Fridays, 2p.m – 3 p.m.)
Experts in various fields appear on the show and clarify doubts on a wide range of subjects from medicine and psychology to education and astrology. Viewers can dial in with relevant queries.
Kanchi Maha Periyavarin Kadaisi Viruppam
(Sri Sankara TV, Sunday, 11.30 a.m. – 12 noon)
The Kanchi seer's mother lived in Eechankudi, a village in Thanjavur District. The house had been sold and had changed several hands since. A few moments before the seer passed away, V. S. Hari, a devotee from Bengaluru, was given an audience. The seer requested Hari to purchase his mother's house in Eechankudi, renovate it and establish a Veda Patasala on its premises. The task has been completed.
Besides the event, the episode offers several rare details about the seer.
(Sri Sankara TV, Mondays – Fridays, 1.30 p.m.)
This is for hardcore fans of Carnatic music. Viewers get a chance to listen to veteran classical musicians.
Classical devotionals are also on the agenda.
(Makkal TV, Mondays – Fridays, 8.30 a.m.)
Guidance on share market investments, details about the previous day's market status, daily findings relating to the subject and more are made available on ‘Valaagam.' Arulchelvi is the anchor.
Yaen? Edharkku? Yeppadi?
(Makkal TV, Saturdays and Sundays, 7 p.m.)
The live show on Science, Current Affairs opens this week.
Questions on simple scientific truths and explanations of day-to-day activities at home, particularly the kitchen, and experiments with demonstrations are part of the event.
Though the programme targets students, it also aims at taking science to the common man.
Hasini Pesum Padam
(Jaya TV, Sunday, 1.30 p.m.)
The programme, which is anchored by Suhashini Mani Ratnam, is completing 175 episodes. This week, the film being discussed is ‘Uthamaputhiran'.
Actor Dhanush and director Mithran R. Jawahar share their thoughts on the making of the movie.