Artist Mohamed Ramadan, as a guest of Wael El-Ibrashi, will appear in the first episode of his new program, “9:00 pm”, on Channel One of the Egyptian TV.
Ramadan talks during the dialogue about the latest developments of the crisis of the arrested pilot, Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr, and the most prominent difficulties he faced in his life, and the reasons for his fabrication of excitement and controversy from time to time.
And Mohamed Ramadan reveals the reasons for his tendency to sing and revive concerts in the recent period, as well as his new artwork, and his participation in the dramatic marathon for the coming month of Ramadan through the series “Prince”.
The United Media Services announced the launching of the evening period after its development on the Egyptian Channel One and the satellite channel, which bears the name of “The Ninth”, tomorrow, Saturday.
Eng. Hussam Saleh, spokesman for United Media Services, revealed the details of that period, starting at nine in the evening, which is the date of the news bulletin, which was always a distinctive sign, to start in its new form.
The bulletin provides a distinguished group of newscast presenters, including: Omaima Tammam, Sahar Nagy, Noha Tawfiq, Dina Esmat, Raghda Abu Laila, Reham El-Deeb, Reham El-Nimr, Aya Kafouri, Mostafa Meraz, Ahmed Abdel Samad, and Youssef Abdeen.
“Saleh” said that the bulletin continues from nine to ten in the evening, to start a new period that extends until midnight, presented by Wael Al-Ibrashi and Nardine Faraj.
That dialogue paragraph discusses various life matters, whether social, political, artistic or sporting, and of course the “ninth”, a daily period, in which the second part always hosts experts and opinion-holders, as well as officials.
“Saleh” added that there are guests that are hosted weekly, in almost fixed paragraphs, such as Dr. Ahmed Okasha, thinker Youssef Zaidan, Sheikh Ahmed Karima, and others, depending on the type of paragraphs and current events in Egypt.
Eng. Hussam Saleh praised the fruitful cooperation between United Media Services and the National Media Authority, with all its cadres.
The National Media Authority, headed by Hussein Zain, and the United Group for Media Services, headed by Tamer Morsi, signed several protocols of 5 years, with the aim of providing better and advanced content on Egyptian TV screens, in cooperation with the experiences existing in both Egyptian Television and the Egyptian Media Group, and United Services Informative.