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List of programs broadcast by Nepal Television

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List of programs broadcast by Nepal Television

Nepal Television is the state owned television corporation of Nepal. The list of programs run by it are as follows-

Currently broadcast by Nepal Television

Comedy

Kids

  • Nature Calls
  • Opening Children Programme
  • Mr. Fantus
  • Moomin
  • Khushiko Sansar (Happy World)

Drama

  • Santan
  • Yatra Jindagi Ko
  • Aphanta
  • Guthi
  • Sunaulo Sansar

Game Show

  • Cham Chami
  • Singing Icon Nepal
  • Pratibhako Aagan
  • The Singing Star
  • Magical Thumb-A Live Game Show NTV PLUS

Miscellaneous

  • Krishi Karyakram
  • Mero Ghar Mero Sansar
  • Swasthya Charcha
  • Artha ko Artha

News

  • समाचार (Samachar) (8:00 pm)

Reality

  • Sero Phero
  • Maile Je Bhoge

Talk Show

Formerly broadcast by Nepal Television

  • Aayam
  • Abhibyakti
  • Biswo Ghatna
  • Chintan Manan / Manthan
  • Hamro Gaun Ramro Gaun
  • Hijo Aaj Ka Kura
  • Hostel
  • Khel Khel
  • Sanibar Vijay Kumar Sanga
  • Nagad Panch Lakh
  • Mayos Super Challenge
  • Nepali Tara
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