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'''''Road Trip''''' is a Philippine travel show of [[GMA Network]] and it was the first Travel show of RBS-TV Channel 7 from September 3, 1967 to September 17, 1972

Latest revision as of 02:28, 22 October 2017

Road Trip
200px
Genre Travel show
Created by Republic Broadcasting System
Radio Philippines Network
GMA Network
Developed by LVN Pictures
Starring Edu Manzano
Country of origin Philippines
Broadcast
Original channel RBS-7 (1967-1972)
RPN-9 (2002-2005)
GMA Network (2017-present)
Picture format 480i, SDTV
Original run RBS-7
September 3, 1967-September 17, 1972
RPN-9
2002-2005
GMA Network
July 23, 2017 – present

Road Trip is a Philippine travel show of GMA Network and it was the first Travel show of RBS-TV Channel 7 from September 3, 1967 to September 17, 1972