oh so colourful in every way, the Maltese Carnival

Maltese carnival week is awaited for by so many.

To watch this week’s show click here.


Professor Richard England enjoying 'When the Saints go marching in' performed by Adrian Brincat and Ramona Zammit Formosa


Prinjolata and Perlini for our guests by Busy Bee, masks by Posh Party



A book to treasure


Our special guest this week, Professor Richard England


with Professor Richard England



Balloons and masks by Posh Party



Ramona Zammit Formosa’s solo, Carnival Song – Richard Jones



My tutorial on the use of ricotta, labneh, cottage cheese and tofu in baking [and some teatime treats of gluten free very easy Almond Cupcakes]



Chris Ebejer’s work of art [2007] A surreal personification of Louis XIV who was known for organising many extravagant carnivalesque celebrations


The history of Villa Frere with Edward Said [To join Friends of Villa Frere, click here
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Villa Frere, Pieta [credit Tiimes of Malta]


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Analise Micallef, MUA, works her magic



Dancing Cheek to Cheek with Adrian, Ramona and Analise



Renato's carnival and his prinjolata


Say it with flowers


With thanks to Josephine Mangion, for allowing us to use her carnival costume
Lea thanks Maria Bonavia at Ange Paola, Geraldine Agius at Screen Hair Salon Fgura, Analise the make up artist for her make up, Flormar and Leanne Verzin for guest make up


Photos: Sean Azzopardi
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With thanks to Busy Bee for gifts to guests this week



With thanks to La Branda Riveria Hotel, Geraldine Agius at Screen Hair Salon and Repechage Malta for viewers' competitions
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