Pogo to launch second season of F.A.Q. on 14 August

MUMBAI: Kids entertainment channel Pogo is gearing up to launch the second season of its original production and a curiosity-based show F.A.Q. (Frequently Asked Questions), from 14 August.

With all new new discoveries and science experiments aimed at inspiring learning amongst kids in a fun and entertaining way, F.A.Q II will be aired every Saturday at 10 am.

Turner International India director programming, South Asia Krishna Desai said, ?F.A.Q. is one of Pogo?s most challenging and dynamic original productions. Created specifically to encourage lateral thinking, spur kids‘ curiosity and learning through exploring, F.A.Q. is a perfect fit for Pogo?s vision as a channel for kids who dream bigger, think louder, play smarter and bounce higher.?
The show will be hosted by Prateek and his robot assistant Crash. Addition to the team is mechanical genius Dr. Kholkar (stand-up comedian Sorabh Pant) who is armed with his toolkit and is always on the lookout for gadgets such as pianos, bikes, robots and television sets to take apart and discover what?s inside.

Each episode will focus on explaining to kids the puzzling and complicated technicalities of science. Season II episodes of F.A.Q. are packed with different segments as against a single half hour show, featuring a new slate of experiments. Some of the highlights include showing kid‘s how to create a soft drink dispenser that serves eight at a time, how to develop future mode of transportation, a monowheel bike (semi wheeled bike), make an amphicycle (a cycle one can ride on land and water) or create a gym equipment with a wooden stick, amongst other interesting things.

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