Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko
Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko (international title: My Brother's Keeper / transl. My Kindred My Love) is a Philippine television public service show broadcast by GMA Network. Originally hosted by Rosa Rosal, Orly Mercado and Antonio Talusan, it premiered on December 1, 1975. Produced by Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko Foundation, Inc., it is the longest running program and the first television program to use sign language interpreters in Philippine television. Mercado and Connie Angeles currently serve as the hosts.
|Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko|
|Also known as||My Brother's Keeper|
|Theme music composer||Nonoy Zuñiga|
|Opening theme||"Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko" by Shackie Caccam|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|Camera setup||Multiple-camera setup|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Production companies||Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko Foundation, Inc.|
|Original network||GMA Network|
|Audio format||5.1 surround sound|
|Original release||December 1, 1975 –|
It was first broadcast on GMA Network on December 1, 1975, with Rosa Rosal, Orly Mercado and Antonio Talusan serving as the hosts. In June 1976, the Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko Foundation was established. In the 1980s, Boots Anson Roa, Susan Valdez, Connie Angeles, and Cielito del Mundo joined the show as hosts. Two doctors, Susy Pineda and Nonoy Zuñiga also joined the show. In the 1990s, Mildred Ortega, Rose "Manang Rose" Clores, and Toni Rose Gayda became part of the show.
- Former hosts
- Rosa Rosal (1975–1986)
- Antonio Talusan (1975–1976)
- Nonoy Zuñiga (1975–2001)
- Boots Anson-Roa (1975–1983)
- Tina Monzon-Palma (1976–1977)
- Rosemarie Gil
- Susan Valdez
- Helen Vela (1975–1985)
- Juan Flavier (1975–1992)
- Cielito del Mundo (1975–1990)
- Rose Clores (1991–2003)
- Mildred Ortega
- Toni Rose Gayda (1990–1996)
- Camille Angeles (field correspondent)
|1987||1st PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Public Service Program||Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko||Won|
|1988||2nd PMPC Star Awards for Television||Won|
|Best Public Service Program Host||Cielito del Mundo||Nominated|
|1989||3rd PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Public Service Program||Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko||Won|
|1990||4th PMPC Star Awards for Television||Won|
|1991||5th PMPC Star Awards for Television||Nominated|
|Best Public Service Program Host||Cielito del Mundo
|1992||6th PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Public Service Program||Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko||Nominated|
|Best Public Service Program Host||Susy Pineda
|2005||Catholic Mass Media Awards||Best Public Service Program||Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko||Won|
|2010||6th USTV Awards||Lifetime Achievement Award for Public Service||Won|
- Japan Prize International Contest for Educational Media 2006
- "Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko - YouTube". Retrieved April 27, 2020.
- Carmela G. Lapeña (December 22, 2010). "'Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko' celebrates 35th anniversary". GMA News.
- Lapeña, Carmela G. (December 22, 2010). "Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko' celebrates 35th anniversary". Retrieved April 27, 2020.
- "Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko:' Going strong at 42". June 3, 2018. Retrieved April 27, 2020.
- "Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko, celebrates 35th anniversary". December 21, 2010. Retrieved April 27, 2020.
- Adel, Rosette (March 17, 2020). "Top-rating ABS-CBN, GMA shows make TV comeback as quarantine halts regular programs". Retrieved May 28, 2020.
- "Winners of 2008 Catholic Mass Media Awards revealed". October 30, 2008. Retrieved April 27, 2020.