The Golden Calf (2018-2019)
The television series is a sequel to the family-oriented feature film. The story follows Pia at her new home as, together with new friends, she unearths an ancient document that leads her to search for clues in a catacomb. Throughout her adventure, she discovers various secrets whilst facing numerous dangers (some of which are supernatural). All this, whilst learning important lessons that will change everybody’s life.
The adventure-packed series was transmitted in October 2018 and October 2019 on One Tv.
Popcorn keeps viewers updated with what films are being shown at the local cinemas. Now in its eighth year, Popcorn has captured a vast and loyal pool of televiewers thanks to the exclusive features related with the fascinating world of cinematography. In addition, Popcorn delves into local films through interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and so forth. This makes our programme the most watched one during its time slot!
Aqra Bi Lsienek (2019)
During the thirteen episodes, Aqra Bi Lsienek focused on local books written in Maltese. The programm targeted the promotion of Maltese writers and poets, as well as encouraged viewers to read in the Maltese language. During the series, Ruth interviewed some of the most popular and veteran Maltese writers and poets. The project was funded by the Malta Art Council - CultureTV.
This much talked about, original paranormal program delved into the world of the supernatural and the paranormal in an unbiased fashion. First-time interviews with top Maltese personalities and entertainers about their paranormal experiences were included. Through exclusive documentaries Pandora investigated an array of subjects including UFOs, witchcraft, ghosts, voodoo, the history of the art of magic, the shroud of Jesus and much more.
Ruth has been working as a television producer and presenters since 2001. With a whole variety of programs under her belt, she has managed to capture a wide range of audiences of all ages.
Ruth has presented and produced prime-time talk shows with the likes of Mona Lisa and Otello along with the controversial Dr Toni Abela, as well as the talk show Anonimi. In addition, she has produced and presented the popular cultural program Kalejdoskopju.
Ruth has also managed to find time to produce and present the very original children's television production Lilliput. Each year, the program is given a different theme. These included traveling, the sea and the wonderful world below the surface, books and authors, and the art of cartoons - thus these series were given the names Lilliput, Lilliput Submarine, Lilliput Story and Lilliput Sketch.
Other television programs that Ruth presented include Hazzard, Bawxati Special, Artennium, Subway and Champions. In addition, Ruth was the main presenter for the award-winning documentary A Pinch of Salt and
Il-Ġbejna Maltija. Last but not least, Ruth has presented a number of shows such as the National Carnival Celebrations, the Firework Festival and the WelcomEurope Show which marked Malta's entry into the EU in 2004, to name a few.