Time FM (TV series)

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Time FM
时光电台
GenreComedy
80s
Directed byFelix Chen Bing Fen
Starring Adrian Tan
Melvin Sia
Yeo Yann Yann
Jane Ng
Opening theme"时光点播" (Shi Guang Shou Bo/Time Premiere) by Adrian Tan 陈凯旋
Country of origin Malaysia
Original languageMandarin
No. of episodes13
Production
Producers ntv7
Dreamteam Studios
Running time30 minutes (approx.)
Original release
Network ntv7
Release28 April 2011 (2011-04-28)

Time FM (时光电台) is a comedy series produced by Dreamteam Studios and ntv7 in 2011. It stars Adrian Tan, Yeo Yann Yann, Alvin Wong, Jane Ng and Melvin Sia. This 13 episode comedy series started airing on 28 April 2011 every Thursday at 11 pm.

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Synopsis

Time FM is a comedy series about Ke Jun Xiong who can time travel to Time FM in the 1980s. [1] On his first day working as the office boy, he used a toilet which brings him back to 1981. [2] Each episode starts with quote from newspaper during 1981, which is mainly the announcements of Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, as the prime minister of Malaysia that year. Viewers are exposed to Mahathir's work during the 1980s, his early years as the prime minister.

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References

  1. http://www.tianchad.com/2011/05/time-fm-live-on-ntv7.html TIME FM LIVE ON ntv7
  2. http://www.mmail.com.my/content/69513-sparks-fly-over-hand-prop%5B%5D Sparks fly over hand prop
  3. "Melvin Sia defends his acting style". Archived from the original on 30 June 2011. Retrieved 17 June 2011. Melvin Sia defends his acting style